We’re more than sure that you’ve asked yourself a question like this at some point; how much does the “X” car cost in other countries? Well, we decided to try to answer that question for the “Z” car, aka the Nissan 350Z which is available in most countries. For time’s sake, we searched for the price of the entry-level (standard equipment differs in each country) Nissan 350Z in 23 markets all over the world converting prices into Euro and US Dollars (exchange rates: Nov. 11, 2007).
You can check our detailed list after the jump, but here are the top three worst and best places to live in if you’re interested in buying a basic Nissan 350Z: Lowest Prices – USA €19,070 or $27,980, Japan €22,575 or $33,123 & Mexico €33,428 or $49,047. Highest Prices – Norway €112,660 or $165,258, Denmark €104,646 or $153,540 & Brazil €91,793 or $134,682 -Continued after the jump
Carscoop Notes: We tried doing the same with other cars available in worldwide markets like the new Subaru Impreza WRX or the VW Golf GTi, but in most cases, we couldn’t find pricing on several official sites in a logical timeframe –as you can understand, we couldn’t spend more than 5 to 10 minutes on each site. Just for the record, we couldn’t find prices for the 350Z on the Turkish, Saudi Arabian, Trinidad & Tobago, Kuwaiti, Jamaican and Chinese Nissan sites, while on the other hand, in countries like Israel, Nigeria, India and Vietnam, the 350Z wasn’t available (or at least, not on the official site).