UK consumers will soon be able to get their hands on the new Nissan 370Z, with the ordering process commencing on Monday ahead of its June release.
The new model will likely attract a lot of attention with its three trims – standard, GT Pack and GT Ultimate.
It will be available from £26,895, although used Nissan dealers may stock some of the older versions as owners upgrade to the latest model.
The entry level 370Z comes with intelligent key, engine stop/start button and Bluetooth hands free phone connection among other features.
The more expensive GT pack boasts heated black suede and leather seats, speed limiter and new innovation that automatically syncs the revs with the gearbox during gear changes.
However, the top of the range GT Ultimate package is a joy to behold with a DVD satellite navigation system covering the whole of Europe.
This handy gadget comes with voice recognition integrated into the MP3 compatible audio system allowing hands-free interaction with the device.
The model replaces the outgoing 350Z, which will soon only be available from used Nissan dealers.
Nissan was founded in 1932. The company has aligned its Qashquai model with extreme sports, sponsoring a number of events across the world including a BMX competition in front of London’s Tate Modern.
Written by Chris Malone