The Nissan 370Z is a sports car manufactured by Nissan Motors, a Japanese automobile company. It is the most current generation of the Nissan Z-line, one of the company’s most popular sports car lines – it has been around since 1969, when the Z-line was first introduced with the Nissan Fairlady Z. Currently in its sixth generation, the Z-line has seen many iterations over the years, with commonly-known cars such as the 240Z, the 260Z, 280Z, 280ZX, 300Z, 350Z and now the 370Z. The Z-line is perhaps most famous for the 280, though the 350Z was one of the best-selling vehicles in the line. Currently the Z-line holds the world record for most overall sales worldwide by a sports car. Read more about the 370Z.
The 370z is quite different from the 350z, its predecessor. Featuring almost all-new designs in almost all areas, the 370z is distinct in all but the basic Z-line frame, which has always been a sports car. The current 370z comes in either a three-door coupe or a two-door roadster and features a 3.7L DOHC V6 engine capable of 332 horsepower. Models can either be purchased with a seven-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, or a six-speed manual transmission. The 370z is slightly shorter than its predecessor: its wheelbase is almost four full inches shorter than the previous version. As Nissan’s premier production sports car designed for the everyday sports car enthusiast, the 370z comes in a multitude of models and editions – far too many to list here. However, 2014 models start at just under $30,000, making it accessible to most people interested in a sports car.
As a sports car, you’d think that the 370z would be more expensive – after all, it is based on one of the most famous international sports car lines in recent memory. But it’s not that far up there – there are many sports cars, particularly those from Italy and Britain, that end up costing a lot more than the 370z. As a sports car, the 370z is also easy to ship – you won’t pay any extra fees for its size or weight, which is incredibly helpful for you. You could conceivably ship it via an enclosed auto transport carrier, but is it really worth it? Coming in at just under $30k, the base model is nice but not incredibly valuable, at least not currently. Perhaps in forty years it might be, but right now open auto transportation is really all you need.
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