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2018 Pricing announced

Nissan published their pricing and details on the 2018 models yesterday. Here's the link to the press release. Nissan announces U.S. pricing for 2018 370Z Coupe, 370Z NISMO and 370Z

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Old 07-11-2017, 09:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2018 Pricing announced

Nissan published their pricing and details on the 2018 models yesterday. Here's the link to the press release.

Nissan announces U.S. pricing for 2018 370Z Coupe, 370Z NISMO and 370Z Roadster - Nissan Online Newsroom
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It's a disappointment they had to put some ugly 19inch rims on the 2018 Z :/
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When do they come in, are available?
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I have a 2018 Sport Tech manual and think the wheels look great. They’re still 19x9 and 19x10.

Quote from Nissan Press Kit on 2018 Z’s...

“Also offered for 2018 is a new available 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheel that is designed to reduce vibration by improving wheel balance. A new cutting process improves the accuracy, allowing for a five-gram reduction in the wheel balance weight. The new split 5-spoke wheel design combines forged aluminum-alloy with black painted surfaces and bright finish accents.”
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Has anyone else noticed some serious depreciation in the value of the newer Nismos?

I purchased a "certified used" 2016 Nismo Tech 7AT less than a year ago with just slightly more than average mileage on it for its age. And despite paying a few thousand down at the time of purchase and another $2,500 or so, several months later, when I got a full refund on an extended warranty I decided to opt out on? I'm STILL a few thousand dollars upside-down on every estimated trade-in offer I've seen.

I paid quite a bit less than the claimed MSRP at the time I bought it, even if it's arguable I "could have gotten a better price". (Again, I was attracted to the fact it was a certified used from an actual Nissan dealership, and was located reasonably close to me. Not like there were many options meeting those criteria.)

I know sports cars always have high depreciation -- but isn't this a little excessive? From the discussions on Facebook in the Z forums there, I'm starting to get the idea a lot of people have been buying these cars recently and been disillusioned. The aftermarket upgrades seem to cost more than average (custom tunes, for example, seem to cost hundreds more than I ever paid for any other car I owned), and new sports cars from the competition (new Mustang, for example) are making it even more outdated in 2018.
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