With the news of the 2019 Nissan 370Z and its imminent launch doing the rounds, we decided that it was time to prep the review ahead of the actual launch. Nissan, like most automakers, loves to keep the details under wraps but we managed to get our hands on the information that we wanted, from the usual line up of leaked images, rumors and even interviews, to prep this review. The news has already managed to generate quite a bit of interest which is not surprising seeing that this brand has more than a loyal following from many. So let’s take a closer look at the Nissan 3702, shall we?
2019 Nissan 370Z an overview:
The 2019 Nissan 370Z has not changed much in the eleven years since its earliest iteration and it has not changed much, this time around either. The design is a classic and the automaker has retained the last generation’s design with a few moderate changes. The sports coupe still looks great and performs perfectly but one wishes that the automaker decided to come up with more than a few cosmetic changes, if not for anything else other than to keep the brand fresh and to generate more interest.
2019 Nissan 370Z, under the hood:
The 2019 Nissan 370Z comes in three trims, base, Sport, and Sports Touring. Apart from the new color palette that comes with the new model, it still retains the same design with a few changes but nothing much else. The Z also comes up with a standalone performance model, the amped up Nismo model which is enough to get your heart racing, just by getting behind the wheel.
Moving on, the Heritage edition is now available in black and white instead of yellow. But other than this, the only other changes that we could spot are the lowered rear fascia, with the same treatment on the front, with body colored bumpers, LED headlights with cornering, as well as daytime running LED lights and of course, with Fog lamp for the higher trims. The car itself still carries the same unique tear drop shape that makes the Z brand stand out for all the right reasons. It also comes with a slightly larger wheelbase as well as slightly larger wheels as well. Overall, the design still works and even though it may not be as fresh as expected, it still works wonders.
2019 Nissan 370Z Interior:
The 2019 Nissan 370Z comes with bare essentials for the basic trims, but the more advanced trims come with all the perks including faux leather seats, better trim on the inside as well as heated seats, power steering and a nice curved dashboard with instrument cluster within easy access. You also get a large touch screen infotainment panel on the advanced trims which can stream both android auto and apple car play. Moving on, the interior is spacious as before with slightly larger cargo area, which should come in handy.
2019 Nissan 370Z, drive train, release date, specs, price:
The 2019 Nissan 370Z comes with 3.7-liter V-6 that produces 332 horsepower (bumped to 350 hp in Nismo cars) that’s paired with the 6-speed manual or 7 speed automatic. The car can more than pack a punch and is quite good for its category. The only con is that the Nizmo does not come with any advanced safety features. Anyway, the new model is all slated to be released in the next few weeks. You can expect the pricing for the new model to range between $29000 and $47000, for the more advanced trims as well as for the Nizmo.