2017 Nissan 370Z Coupe and Roadster Kenosha WI
Nissan has a secret. Though much of the focus when it comes to Nissan’s lineup is on models like the Altima sedan, Juke crossover or Pathfinder SUV, Nissan does have an exciting line of sports cars that don’t always get talked about as much but are definitely well known by enthusiasts.
In addition to the GT-R, Nissan also offers the 370Z Coupe and Roadster models, and if you’d like to checkout the 2017 models and take them for a spin in the Kenosha WI area, be sure to contact us here at Kenosha Nissan.
The Coupe variant of the 370Z delivers all the same excitement, but with the closed in feeling of a sporty sedan. It starts at a lower price than the Roadster model, while also offering some lower priced trim levels like the Sport and Sport Tech models that you won’t find on the Roadster. These trims add things like a Viscous Limited-Slip Differential and a Bose Premium Audio System, respectively. You will also only find the NISMO models, with their 350-horsepower V6 engine, available in the Coupe style.
The obvious difference maker for the 370Z Roadster is that it has a convertible top that can be opened easily and quickly with a single action operation. There is also a Touring Sport trim level that you won’t find on the Coupe variant. If you opt for this trim, you’ll find it’s well worth it, as it comes with 19-inch RAYS forged wheels, Nissan sport brakes, a 7-speed manual transmission with SynchroRev Match, heated outside mirrors and a limited-slip differential to name just a few things.
What’s New on the Nissan 370Z for 2017?
Though not much is new for the 370Z in 2017, there are a few things we would like to mention to keep you up-to-date. For the 370Z Roadster model, a new Chicane Yellow exterior color is now available, as it has replaced the Magma Red color. Believe us when we say it looks great! As we’ve already touched on, the Roadster is now offered in three trims: 370Z Roadster, 370Z Roadster Touring and 370Z Roadster Touring Sport.
But regardless of whether you pick the Coupe or Roadster variants, you’ll be treated to a standard 3.7-liter V6 engine that pumps out 332 horsepower. That’s a whole lot of power for such a lightweight car, and you can experience it for yourself by simply contacting us at Kenosha Nissan. The 2017 Nissan 370Z Coupe and Roadster await.