2016 Nissan 370Z NISMO

2016 Nissan 370Z Pricing Announced, Holds Over from 2015

Nissan has announced pricing for the 2016 370Z, including the Coupe, NISMO, and Roadster models. Prices will hold at 2015 levels despite the addition of new exterior colors and updated equipment.

Nissan has announced pricing for the 2016 370Z in all its model formats. The entry price for the 370Z Coupe is $29,990 and the top-most price point for the Roadster is $49,400 with various model options running in between those two figures. This year, the 370Z Coupe is offered in eight packages, the 370Z NISMO in four, and the 370Z Roadster in five.

The 2016 Nissan 370Z Coupe remains largely unchanged from the 2015 model year, with the same 332 horsepower engine and choice of six-speed manual or 7-speed automatic. The base model 2016 370Z Coupe with the 6-spd manual starts at $29,900 while the automatic bumps that to $31,290. The Sport package with manual transmission ups that to $33,570 and with the automatic to $34,870. Adding in the Tech to the Sport package makes the manual $37,070 and the automatic $38,370. Finally, the top-level Touring package for the 370Z Coupe starts at $37,970 and bumps to $39,270 with the automatic transmission.

In the 2016 model year, the 370Z NISMO is largely the same as the 2015 it replaces, holding the same aggressive body styling and sport-tuned goodies. The V6 is boosted to 350 horses with several updates, including exhaust tuning. The base model 2016 370Z Coupe NISMO with the six-speed manual begins at $41,990 and the seven-speed automatic is $43,290. Adding the Tech package to those bumps their prices to $45,490 and $46,790 respectively.

Finally, the beautiful little 370Z Roadster. This fun package is the topless version of the 370Z and it comes in three trims with either the manual or automatic transmission. The 2016 370Z Roadster begins at $41,820 with the automatic as standard. The manual is available in the 370Z Roadster's Touring package, beginning at $45,270 or at $46,570 with the automatic transmission. The Touring Sport version of the 370Z Roadster with a manual transmission is $48,100 and the top-level 2016 Nissan 370Z Roadster Touring Sport with the 7-speed automatic finishes the list at $49,400.

These manufacturer's suggested retail prices do not include destination, of course. The 2016 Nissan 370Z entered showrooms this week.

Share this content.


Sign-up to our email newsletter for daily perspectives on car design, trends, events and news, not found elsewhere.