Nissan is updating its US range with the introduction of the 2017 Nissan 370Z Roadster. The new convertible is offered in three grades: 370Z Touring Sport Roadster, 370 Touring Roadster and 370Z Roadster.
The convertible top features an easy, single-action open-close operation. The 370Z Roadster’s interior is driver-centric, with three-layer design grouping items by how a driver sees information, operates the controls and is held in place.
The 370Z Roadster’s performance starts with a 332-horsepower 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine with Variable Valve Event and Lift Control (VVEL), matched with a choice of electronically controlled 7-speed automatic transmission with Downshift Rev Matching (DRM) and standard paddle shifters or a 6-speed close-ratio manual transmission with available SynchroRev Match. Handling is provided by a refined 4-wheel independent suspension.
Along with the long list of standard equipment on the base 370Z Roadster, including Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System, USB input and black-finished 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, the 370Z Touring Roadster adds Nissan Navigation System with 7.0-inch touch-sensitive display, Bose Audio System, cooling and heated ventilated leather-appointed seats and RearView Monitor. The top-of-the-line 370Z Touring Sport Roadster includes Viscous Limited-Slip Differential, SynchroRev Match® (manual transmission only), 19-inch RAYS super lightweight forged aluminum-alloy wheels and Nissan Sport Brakes.
Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices for the 2017 Nissan 370Z Roadster seven speed automatic transmission starts at $41,820 USD.