Here are the prices of the Nissan 370Z, 370Z Nismo

Updated Jul 21, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates
Pricing starts at Php 2.78 million.

A week ago, we brought you the news that the Nissan 370Z has already reached Philippine shores. Last Friday, on June 17, 2020, Nissan officially introduced it to the Philippine market.

It’s been a long time for one of the best roadsters Nissan has ever made to get here, but finally, it’s now available to view in several Nissan dealerships nationwide.

A picture of the 370Z Premium

Finally, the Nissan 370Z is here in the Philippines.

With the official online launch, Nissan has also revealed the prices for the three variants of the Nissan 370Z.

Variant
Price
Nissan 370Z Premium MT
₱2,779,000
Nissan 370Z Premium AT
₱2,879,000
Nissan 370Z NISMO
₱3,888,000

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As expected, the 370Z Premium seven-speed automatic version is a bit more expensive than the six-speed manual version. The NISMO version is the most expensive and stands as the top-of-the-line version for the Philippine-spec 370Z.

A picture of the 370Z NISMO

The 370Z NISMO is an attractive looking car.

Why is the NISMO priced like that? Well for starters, its engine can make a bit more power at 341 horsepower and 371 Nm of torque. Compare that to the Premium MT and AT’s 329 horsepower and 363 Nm of torque.

Apart from the additional power, the NISMO version also uses a special suspension system, better tires, and a high-performance exhaust system. It even uses a special type of brake fluid to prepare it for the race track.

As a top-of-the-line variant, the 370Z NISMO is also the most luxurious with its leather-clad Recaro racing seats with Alcantara inserts and ample amount of bolstering, as well as integrated headrests.

The interior of the NISMO also has aluminum pedals, a Bose premium sound system with active noise cancellation, as well as a better looking, race-inspired overall interior design.

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A picture of the interior of the 370Z NISMO.

The interior of the 370Z NISMO.

Lastly, the Nissan 370Z NISMO also has better aerodynamics from its body kits, which provides it an edgier, more striking look compared to the 370Z Premium variants. When it comes to performance, the 370Z NISMO also has significant downforce, and zero lift due to its unique front fascia.

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Cesar G.B. Miguel

Cesar learned how to drive a car years before he got his license. Today, he's still looking for that perfect '90s Japanese coupe to drive into the sunset while listening to Crazy Little Love by Nuage. Also has a thing for badass off-road vehicles and weird engine swaps.