Published: Fri, September 01, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Nissan 370Z updated for 2018

Nissan 370Z updated for 2018

Nissan claims the refreshed 370Z also comes with a re-tuned suspension which promises to deliver "outstanding ride quality" without compromising handling.

The sleek coupe comes with a contemporary new look to its classic design including black door handles, a black rear bumper facia and dark-tinted headlamps and rear combination lights - previously available only on the NISMO model.

You might have held off on purchasing a new Nissan 370Z coupe for the last nine years, but the latest changes revealed by Nissan will surely have you scampering on a bus to your local dealership.

"Even more exciting is the arrival of some new 19" alloys, and even a new Red Metallic paint option.

Inside, the 370Z sports Nissan's latest 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system which also features sat-nav, a reversing camera along with a DVD player.

Nissan's standard Synchro Rev Control rev-match system carries over, as does the current seven-speed automatic transmission.

Ryan Gains, chief marketing manager for mid-range models and sports cars for Nissan Europe, said: "For almost half a century, Nissan's Z-car series has built a cult following with sports vehicle fans with a passion for performance and quality".

Nissan has partnered with respected performance brand EXEDY to integrate a new high-performance clutch into manual versions of the 370Z MY18.

Reduced pedal effort and improved gear change precision are two of the benefits of the new clutch pack, says Nissan.

The changes to the facelifted Nissan 370Z are mostly cosmetic to help it keep in touching distance of the newer Jaguar F-Type and the Porsche 718 Cayman.

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