2020 Nissan 370Z Trim Levels
The Nissan 370Z is well-known in the world of Coupe Sports Cars. Next to competition like the Corvette C8, Toyota Supra, and Jaguar F-Type, the 370Z may not stick out as much, but there is more to a performance car than notoriety. Nissan doesn’t cut corners with the 370Z, and everyone would notice if they did, so the automaker puts performance first and everything else second. But that doesn’t mean the coupe is missing out on features.
As with most cars, the available features on the 370Z depend on the trim level with which the vehicle is equipped. Six trim levels make for six very different ways to own the 2020 Nissan 370Z. The base model is simply called 350Z but progressing up the levels you will find the Sport, Sport Touring, two 50th Anniversary editions, and the Nismo. Some of the features available on the six trim levels are described below.
370Z: Starting MSRP of $30,090. The engine in the base level of the coupe is a 3.7L V6 with double overhead cams and 34 valves. Buying this trim level means committing to a 6-speed close-ratio manual transmission. High-Intensity Discharge (HID) Xenon headlights come to the driver’s aid for greater night and poor-weather visibility.
Sport: Starting MSRP of $ 33,820. There is no change to the engine at this trim level, but a lot of extra equipment is loaded into the drivetrain for improved performance. Nissan Sport Brakes on this version of the 370Z means drivers get 4-piston front, 2-piston rear aluminum calipers with vented front and rear discs. A viscous limited-slip differential, front chin aero deflector, and rear spoiler also help with traction and aerodynamics. Not to be forgotten, larger 19” x 9” front and 19” x 10” rear forged alloy wheels also help increase traction for cornering.
50th Anniversary Silver/Black and White/Red: Starting MSRP $36,420. The two 50th Anniversary trims are the same car but with different special paint colors. The tires from the Sport trim are also found on these trim levels. 50th Anniversary Edition exterior badging, graphics, and tachometer all serve to deliver a memorable anniversary edition sports coupe.
Sport Touring: Staring MSRP $39,490. Technology is the most important new addition to this trim level. A 7” touchscreen display pairs with Bluetooth® technology for greater entertainment possibilities. The HomeLink® Universal Transceiver and Nissan Hard-Drive Navigation System create even more high-tech equipment for an improved daily driving experience.
Nismo: Starting MSRP $45,790. The highest trim level includes Nismo® tuning on the exhaust, suspension, aerodynamics and engine for further increased performance. The front and rear wheel are .5” wider and made of forged alloy.