The 2014 Nissan 370Z will start at just $29,990 before destination fees, a $3,170 price cut from the 2013 model. A 2014 370Z Touring will start at $35,270, down $2,550 from last year. Nissan says that the 370Z’s price drop will make it more competitiveand it is $500 less than the Dodge Challenger R/T, $1,000 less than the Ford Mustang GT and Hyundai Genesis V6, and $2,000 less than the Chevy Camaro SS.
Nissan says that there were no significant product enhancements on the 2014 270Z. Nissan also didn’t say whether any content had been taken out of the 370Z for 2014, which is the usual method for reducing cost. The only change I could find between the 2013 and 2013 370Z models is that the 2014’s curb weight is up 27 lbs. to 3,272. That small of a weight gain could be due to something as simple as changing the standard wheels.
The 2014 Nissan 370z Roadster and NISMO both have the same base price as last year. The NISMO 370Z comes with a new dark gray body kit, side mirrors and spoiler. Inside the 370Z gets a new Alcantara steering wheel and red NISMO tachometer.
Here are all of the 2014 Nissan 370Z starting prices:
370Z Coupe Manual: $29,990
370Z Coupe Automatic: $31,290
370Z Coupe Touring Manual: $35,270
370Z Coupe Touring Automatic: $36,570
370Z Coupe NISMO: $43,020
370Z Roadster Automatic: $41,470
370Z Roadster Touring Manual: $44,170
370Z Roadster Touring Automatic: $45,470
All models also have a $790 destination fee.