The updated 2011 Nissan 370Z comes equipped with the brand’s next generation audio and navigation system, a reversing camera, wide-angle door mirrors and Gun Metallic paint, which is shared with the GT-R supercar.
The 370Z Coupe variant also scores a cargo blind, while the Roadster comes standard with climate-controlled seats.
The new audio system incorporates a touch screen, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, USB input, full iPod integration and a 9.3GB hard disk drive for music storage.
Despite the extra features, prices have risen just $650 for the Coupe models and $800 for the Roadsters.
The 370Z is the second-best-selling vehicle in the sub-$80K segment, trailing the BMW 1 Series Coupe/Convertible and tied with the Mercedes-Benz CLC-Class.
Sales in the first quarter of 2011 have increased 5.6 percent compared with 2010, up to 264 units over three months.
2011 Nissan 370Z manufacturer’s list prices:
- Six-speed manual – $68,640
- Seven-speed automatic – $71,640
- Six-speed manual – $75,790
- Seven-speed automatic – $78,790