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Nissan 370Z
STATUS: Z Roadster is gone for 2020; 50th Anniversary coupe joins the lineup -Nissan appears in no hurry to introduce a new Z Coupe anytime soon, but it did decide to cashier the convertible. Unchanged is the 332-horsepower 3.7-liter V-6 fitted with a six-speed manual transmission, or the optional seven-speed automatic. The latter comes with "SynchroRev Match" that blips the throttle for smoother up and down shifts. Standard equipment includes climate control, while power-adjustable heated leather seats with faux suede inserts are optional. Along with a rev-matching transmission, the Sport Touring comes with 19-inch wheels, front and rear spoilers and bigger brakes. For more driving thrills, the limited-edition NISMO (Nissan Motorsports) Coupe bumps horsepower to 350 and adds a stiffer suspension, better brakes and a limited-slip differential. The NISMO also gets a more aggressive exterior design inspired by the almighty Nissan GT-R. For 2020, a 50th Anniversary Edition Z-Car receives a special red and white paint job inspired by the original 240Z racing cars from the early 1970s.
Base price (incl. destination): $31,000; $46,700 (NISMO)
Type: Hatchback coupe
Base engine (h.p.): 3.7-liter V-6 (332/350, NISMO)
Transmissions: Six-speed manual; seven-speed automatic (opt.)
Layout: Rear-wheel-drive
Base mpg (city/highway/combined): 18/26/21 (MT)
Base weight (lb.): 3,330

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