2019 Nissan 370Z Soldiers On From $29,990 With Two New Colors For The Heritage Edition

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.

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  • Craiggger

    NO manual tranny on the roadster? These guys are out to lunch

    • Mr. Crankypants

      And on top of that, NO carburetor, generator, distributor, bias-ply tires, incandescent headlamps, key-start, 8-track tape player or drum brakes…WHAT is wrong with Nissan!?

      • Wandering_Spirit

        Some markets don’t buy auto transmissions. Plain rejection, for a variety of reasons.

  • Alfa Giulia QV

    In desperate need of replacement.

  • lagunas3ca

    $50K for a 10yo design foh.

    • Honda NSX-R

      The Nissan is nearly a 10 year old design and it’s selling for twice the amount lol 😛

  • FlameWater

    If they dropped a 4 banger and gave it a price drop it would outsell the br-z.

    • Mill0048

      I was seriously contemplating this idea because I wish Nissan made a lighter turbo four Z (or smaller NA 6 like the old days). I’m struggling to think of a descent four Nissan can put in it. Their 2.5 is too anemic for the weight and lacks character. Their new 2.0 VC Turbo is probably too expensive to use with intentions of a price drop. Nissan licenses Mercedes 2.0 turbo, but I don’t like that idea either.

  • anthonyjt12

    The Z has definitely obtained icon status. The shape is always identifiable. The evolution from the 240z hasn’t been without some unpopular models but from the 300ZX on its been solid. 20yrs from now they will obtain collectable status so buy them while theyret cheap( and reliable) Thanks Nissan for keeping thr Z alive. I have a 350 imI not letting go of and trying to get a Nismo.

    • Andrewthecarguy

      I want to agree with you but…
      A 2003 manual touring with bbk and only 76k miles recently sol din my area for $8k.
      I thought it low but it checks with what you will find them going for these days.
      People just are not seeing the ‘collector’ in these Jap sports cars.
      Bimmers on the other hand…

  • Six Thousand Times

    Hope is fading fast for a replacement worthy of the name.

  • Honda NSX-R

    Nissan is killing off this car very slowly 🙁

    • Alfa Giulia QV

      Just like Mitsu did with the Evo. They let it stagnate then kill it off, years later the rumor mill circulate about the Z name being on a crossover.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    This car is not only still fresh stylistically; it is also a future proof investment. To be honest, i’d get a Nismo anyday over many modern models, without thinking too much about how old it is. If it does the job, then it’s good.

  • SteersUright

    Nissan could so easily address this cars shortcomings and make it world-class. Instead, they just change the color of the lipstick.

  • Bullitt2605

    Good God! As Car and Driver put it years ago “it’s just not a very good car”. Let it die already.

  • Bullitt2605

    NISMO = no improvement spend more

  • I like this car the way it is, an interior tech update would be great though.

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