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Nissan Announces Pricing on 2009 NISMO 370Z™ Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) announced pricing for the all-new 2009 Nissan NISMO 370Z™, which goes on sale today at Nissan retailers nationwide.

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Old 06-17-2009, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Nissan Announces Pricing on 2009 NISMO 370Z™

Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) announced pricing for the all-new 2009 Nissan NISMO 370Z™, which goes on sale today at Nissan retailers nationwide. The new, second-generation NISMO Z continues the tradition of the original, offering unique performance and design attributes that true sports car enthusiasts are looking for – including a functional aerodynamic body design, 18 additional horsepower and a special sport-tuned suspension.

The 2009 Nissan NISMO 370Z™, which is equipped with a 350-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 and close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission with SynchroRev Match, has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price* (MSRP) of US $39,130. Only three accessories are available on this well equipped vehicle – NISMO carpeted floor mats, illuminated kick plates and a carpeted trunk mat.

“The new NISMO Z is a tuner and Z enthusiast’s dream – straight from the factory,” said Pat Steiner, Director, Specialty Vehicles, Nissan Division, NNA. “With its dramatic exterior, custom interior, sport-tuned performance and under $40,000 price, this new NISMO Z is possibly the best ‘bang-for-the-buck’ sports car available today.”

About the 2009 NISMO 370Z™

The NISMO 370Z™ was developed by Nissan’s Specialty Vehicles Group in conjunction with Autech Japan, Nissan’s longstanding conversion partner. The NISMO Z’s standard 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine with Variable Valve Event and Lift Control (VVEL) develops 350 horsepower and 276 lb-ft of torque (versus the standard 370Z Coupe’s 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque), thanks in part to an exclusive free flow dual exhaust system, muffler tuning and an optimized Engine Control Module.

As expected of a true performance machine, the NISMO 370Z™ is offered with only one transmission – a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission with standard SynchroRev Match-the world’s first synchronized downshift rev matching manual transmission introduced earlier this year on 370Z Coupe (which simulates perfectly matched heel-toe-like downshifting).

The NISMO 370Z™ also features a refined 4-wheel independent suspension, a reinforced strut tower brace for enhanced body rigidity and a pair of performance body dampers to manage road-input vibrations and help contribute to the NISMO 370Z™’s stability and performance feel. The NISMO-tuned suspension includes specially tuned springs, shock absorbers and stabilizer bars. Wider, unique 5-spoke 19-inch RAYS forged aluminum-alloy wheels are mounted with Yokohama ADVAN Sport Y-rated high-performance tires. Nissan Sport Brakes and a Viscous Limited-Slip Differential are also standard on the NISMO 370Z™.

Along with its standout performance, the new NISMO Z stands out from the crowd with its dramatic performance-oriented exterior and interior styling. The functional and fully integrated aerodynamic body modifications include an extended nose with a canard design at each corner for improved downforce and a fully integrated chin spoiler. Special side sills and a unique rear fascia help manage airflow under the vehicle, while the functional rear spoiler also increases downforce.

The interior includes NISMO logo seats with black and red fabric and red stitching, a NISMO tachometer, a smooth leather-wrapped steering wheel with red parallel stitching, a smooth leather-wrapped shift knob and aluminum trimmed pedals. A serialized plaque of authenticity is also matched to each NISMO Z, identifying its unique serial and model year designation.


Source: http://nissannews.com/newsrelease.do?id=762&mid=3
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Definitely worth the price. Anyone know what size the new Rays wheels are?

A shame the mods only pick up 6 lb-ft of torque. It will be interesting to compare the dyno charts for the Nismo tune vs. the stock 370Z to examine the area under the torque curve.

Also looking forward to hearing the exhaust tone vs. stock, Stillen, etc.

Altogether a worthwhile endeavor. Cheers!
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would you be able to get OEM Nav w/ Nismo?

my perfect combination would be Sport package w/ OEM Nav, upgraded speakers, illum kick plates, aluminum pedals, Nismo front/rear bumper, rims & spoiler.

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Definitely worth the price. Anyone know what size the new Rays wheels are?
I believe they are 19x9.5 and 19x10.5
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I'm not too sure it's worth it personally, but it may be to some.
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would you be able to get OEM Nav w/ Nismo?

my perfect combination would be Sport package w/ OEM Nav, upgraded speakers, illum kick plates, aluminum pedals, Nismo front/rear bumper, rims & spoiler.
honestly, i doubt it; read the part about the only options being the carpet floor / trunk mats and the IKPs. and honestly, i'm not TOO thrilled with the nismo front bumper...i prefer the fangs to it.
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Well that makes me feel better for not holding out for the NISMO. The 350Z NISMO was a huge step up in looks and the welded body was an excellent touch - to me that was worth the extra $$ but the 370Z... I'd definately rather spend the money myself. I do like the rear spoiler and coil overs/sways so for the extra $$ I can keep my car in Blue (IIRC the 370Z NISMO does not come in blue) and get the NISMO parts I want. Curious about the strut tower brace if that is the standard or an improved version....
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I'm not too sure it's worth it personally, but it may be to some.
I agree. And it's still missing the oil cooler.
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meh, i already have a stillen exhaust. meh
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Personally, I like the sport package wheels a lot more than the NISMO ones, so I probably would not have bought it anyway. As for mods, I rather go with those that increase performance the most to get the most bang for my $. I do love the back bumper though.
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Personally, I like the sport package wheels a lot more than the NISMO ones, so I probably would not have bought it anyway. As for mods, I rather go with those that increase performance the most to get the most bang for my $. I do love the back bumper though.
Speaking of the rear bumper, does anyone know if this will be available to non-Nismo owners? (For the Mini Cooper GP 40, only owners could purchase special edition parts...even the special stickers required a VIN number to be ordered!) Or is Nissan anal about this?

The rear Nismo bumper looks like it will fit on the regular Z with no problems...any idea on price for this part? Also, do you think it will be pre-painted like some of the other Nissan body accessories?
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Are the transmission and final drive ratios the same as the non-nismo car? Everything that I have read indicates that they are the same. They keep referring to a "close ratio" six speed, but the ratios really aren't all that close. The spacing is similar to most any other six speed.

I bet a change in final drive ratio was the only chance to make a meaningfull improvement over the the non-nismo car's acceleration.
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i'd expect transmissions to be exactly the same, just as the 350z were.
this def. dounds like a great car and will be, at the same time i think I can just install my own parts for a better performance boos rather then getting it form the factory. although it is a NISMO and you also would buy it for that reason, it being a rare car and the top of the line from the factory.
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Definitely worth the price.

Altogether a worthwhile endeavor. Cheers!
I think you're the first person to claim that this is even remotely worth its price, when you can get just about the same performance for $6000 less MSRP...
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Any info on slated production numbers for the nismo 370z?
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