The Nissan 370Z is now entering its ninth year of production, with the automaker announcing the official starting prices of the Coupe, Roadster and Nismo.
All three remain unchanged from 2018, meaning that they can be had from an MSRP of $29,990, $41,820 and $45,690, respectively.
The only change performed throughout the range is the addition of two new colors for the Heritage Edition package. They are called Deep Blue Pearl and Pearl White, and can be found on the outside and on different parts of the cabin.
There’s also a new Sport Touring grade, which combines the previous Touring and Sport Tech trim levels, and the Roadster adds auto-dimming rearview mirror with RearView Monitor as standard on all versions, but nothing new beyond this point.
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As a result, the 2019 Nissan 370Z Coupe, Roadster and Nismo continue to be offered with the modest revisions introduced by the manufacturer last year. Described as “significant changes” by Nissan, they include tinted lights, black rear bumper fascia and door handles, new 19-inch wheels and Red Metallic paint.
Elsewhere, the range also benefited from the addition of the NissanConnect Premium infotainment system in 2017. It comes with a 7-inch touchscreen display and provides access to the sat-nav, DVD player and reversing camera.
Powering the 370Z is the same 332hp 3.7-liter V6 engine, mated to a six-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic transmission. Opting for the Nismo means benefiting from a few more horses – 350hp, 4-wheel independent suspension, larger brakes, limited-slip differential and some other features.