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Nissan 370Z Nismo cost £36,995 & rest of 370Z range gets a price cut

Fri, 24 May 2013

The extra bang you get from the Nismo isn’t that great – it gets just 13bhp more than the regular 370Z – but it does get tweaked suspension, brakes and a sports exhaust as well as a rather OTT body kit.

The body kit may be a bit too brash for many tastes, but Nissan do say it gives the 370Z levels of downforce that rival the GT-R, so when your neighbours laugh at your Halfords-esque 370Z you can tell them it’s all about the go and not the show. We’re sure they’ll believe you.

As well as bring the 370Z Nismo to Europe, Nissan is also trying to inject a bit more showroom fire in to the rest of the 370Z range, so they’ve cut the model range to just two other offerings – 370Z and 370Z GT – and cut the price of the entry-level by £3k to £26,995.

The 2013 370Z GT replaces the old GT Pack option and costs £31,995, which is more than £3k cheaper than it was as the old model with GT Pack and you also get Nissan’s Connected Premium SatNav thrown in for good measure.

Other tweaks for 2013 include daytime running lights, new front bumper, new colour options - Magma Red and Midnight Blue – 19″ alloys (18″ on the entry-level) and red brake callipers.

The Nissan 370Z Nismo and the 2013 updates for the rest of the 370Z range go on sale next month (June 2013) with Nissan saying first customer cars will arrive in July.

And actually, if you ignore the OTT body kit, the Nismo – and the rest of the range – offers pretty good value for money.

By Cars UK