'Old' and 'good value' are two labels that spring to mind when describing Nissan's 370Z. Although it first arrived at dealers in 2009, an on-the-road starting price of £29,185 for a V6-powered coupé with rear-wheel drive is quite a bargain.
A few cosmetic changes will help the 370Z soldier on into 2018. The headlights and rear light clusters have gained a dark tint, the 19” alloy wheels are redesigned and a black finish has been applied to the door handles and the panel between the exhausts.
Unaltered is the 3.7 litre engine which produces 323 bhp (241 kW / 328 PS) with 363 Nm (267 lb/ft) of peak torque. Similarly, the transmission choice still comprises six-speed manual and seven-speed automatic gearboxes, but the former now comes with an Exedy clutch that should result in a better shift action.
Sales of the 2018 Nissan 370Z have already begun.