You don’t see many Nissan 370Z cars on the roads today; they just aren’t that popular. Many expect Nissan to kill the model off each year, but somehow it soldiers on. Nissan has announced pricing on the entire 2020 370Z line including the oddly attractive 50th Anniversary Edition Package cars.
The entry level is a 370Z coupe with a 6-speed manual at $30,090, add the 7-speed auto, and you will spend $31,490. Step up to the Sport with a manual and shell out $33,820 or with the auto it goes for $35,070. The Sport touring is an auto only car starting at $39,490.
The high-end Nismo with a manual is $45,790, and the auto version is $47,190. If you want that 50th Anniversary Edition package, which is only offered on the Sport trim, add $2,600 to the Sport price meaning a 6-speed manual 50th Anniversary model will cost you $36,420. None of the prices include the $895 destination and handling fee.