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Used Nissan 370Z – Cincinnati, OH

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  • Overview

    A blue 2017 Nissan 370Z is facing left.

    Looking for a high-performance vehicle at an affordable price? You may want to consider a used Nissan 370Z from your local used car dealer. This vehicle features a powerful 3.7L V6 engine with the choice of a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed automatic transmission. On the inside, the 370Z is more luxurious than any of its previous Z-Line models, with features like leather and suede upholstery, heated seats, Bluetooth, metallic trim, and soft-touch surfaces.

    The exterior of this vehicle is bold, sleek, and aerodynamic. Drivers looking for a used Nissan 370Z for sale will have numerous model years, trim levels, and features to choose from. Still in production today, the 370Z model has become one of the most popular Z-Line options available. Drivers looking for a used performance vehicle will certainly want to check out the numerous model years and options of the Nissan 370Z for their next vehicle.

  • 2009-2010

    A blue 2009 used Nissan 370Z on a dirt track

    In 2009, the Nissan 370Z replaced the 350Z in Nissan’s Z-Line, which began with the 240Z model. The 2009 Nissan 370Z was well-received upon its release as it made significant improvements from the 350Z model. This included significant changes to the interior of the vehicle, which now featured a more upscale design. Models of the Z-Line previously featured inexpensive interior materials, but the 370Z added high-quality, soft-touch materials that gave the vehicle a more luxurious feel. Although the interior volume of the 370Z decreased slightly, critics noted that the space was used much more efficiently in this model. Compared to the 350Z, the 2019 Nissan 370Z featured identical headroom specs, yet improved legroom and shoulder room space. Previously, the trunk of the 350Z was broken up with physical barriers and storage hooks. However, these were all removed from the 370Z model to expand the space of the trunk.

    In terms of performance, the 2019 Nissan 370Z featured a 3.7L V6 capable of producing up to 332 hp and 270 lb-ft torque. Compared to its previous model, the 370Z offers more power thanks to a lighter chassis. Drivers looking for a used Nissan 370Z in this model can find the vehicle equipped with a 6-speed manual engine or a 7-speed automatic engine, which were incredibly advanced at the time of release.

    For 2010, the 370Z featured a few notable changes including the addition of the NISMO model, which featured enhanced performance specs of its standard 3.7L V6 engine. Drivers opting for the NISMO edition can expect up to 350 hp and 276 lb-ft torque. Meanwhile, the standard edition of the 2010 Nissan 370Z offers the same performance specs as the 2009 model. Drivers will still have the option of a 6-speed manual transmission and a 7-speed automatic transmission, and fuel economy ratings stay around 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway with either configuration.

    The standard features of the 370Z feature little changes, offering a well-equipped interior with automatic climate control, keyless entry, and a 4-speaker sound system. Available features include leather upholstery with suede accents, Bluetooth, heated seating, power-adjustable seating, a Bose sound system with eight speakers and two subwoofers, and aluminum pedals. Drivers can also find the 2010 Nissan 370Z equipped with features like a Navigation Package, which includes navigation, traffic and weather information in real-time, and iPod connectivity. The Sport Package is also another option, which adds a rear spoiler and front chin spoiler for improved aerodynamics. Additional performance features include 19-inch forged wheels and sport brakes.

  • 2011-2012

    A silver 2011 Nissan 370Z is on a dark, wet road outside Cincinnati, OH.

    The 2011 Nissan 370Z offered very little changes to its previous models with the exception of the addition of a rearview camera and a new exterior color option, Gun Metallic. The same 3.7L V6 engine is offered as standard and produces the same performance specs, and drivers can still find this model available in the NISMO edition. Standard and available features also remain the same, as well as the interior design. On the outside, the 2011 Nissan 370Z remains compact and with a light chassis. Like its previous models, the 370Z sits low to the ground and offers the Sport Package to lower the lift of the vehicle while driving at high speeds.

    For 2012, the 370Z remained nearly identical to its 2011 model. Interior and exterior features are unchanged, while the 3.7L V6 engine continues to serve as the standard engine. However, the fuel economy ratings of this engine improve slightly at up to 18 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway with both the 6-speed manual transmission and 7-speed automatic transmission. Available models and packages also stay the same, so drivers looking for a 2012 Nissan 370Z can find it in the base coupe model or the Touring, NISMO, and Roadster models. The Sport Package and Navigation Package can also be added for this model year.

  • 2013-2016

    A white 2016 used Nissan 370Z is on a track.

    For 2013, the 370Z received a significant update to its exterior design, as well as the performance features of its Sport Package and Touring trim level. On the outside, the 2013 Nissan 370Z debuted with a softer appearance and sharp vertical LED running lights. Enhanced exterior features were available on both the NISMO and Roadster models, with the NISMO model featuring a more aerodynamic design with a large rear wing and an integrated front spoiler. Meanwhile, drivers looking for a used Nissan 370Z for sale will also find that the 2013 model offers a soft-top with power functions on the Roadster model.

    To match its more sleek exterior, the interior of this 2013 model also featured a few slight changes. Building on its already upscale interior, the 370Z added premium features like premium color options for the seats and door panels, as well as metallic-trim and the addition of even more soft-touch surfaces. Outside of the design, the interior remains similar in standard and available features of previous models. Safety features on the 2014 Nissan 370Z included a full airbag suite, traction and stability control, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

    For 2014, changes to the 370Z were limited to the NISMO model, which now featured an even sportier design with red pinstripes on the exterior, an updated steering wheel, and a red tachometer.

    For 2015, the 370Z gained two new trim levels, the Sport and Sport Tech, which shifted the vehicle’s standard and available features. Essentially, the Sport trim level adds the features of the previous models’ Sport Package options, while the Sport Tech trim level adds all of the features of the Navigation Package. Meanwhile, the Bluetooth becomes a standard feature on the base model, and the Touring trim receives a standard navigation system. Drivers can also opt for the NISMO and NISMO Tech models, which feature enhanced performance features and a sport-tuned interior.

    The 3.7L V6 engine with the choice of a 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic still remain the 370Z’s available configurations, and horsepower and torque specs remain identical to its previous models with between 332-350 hp and 270-276 lb-ft torque depending on whether you choose the base configuration or NISMO model. Fuel economy ratings are also largely unchanged, but the coupe offers slightly higher ratings on the highway.

    The changes for the 2016 Nissan 370Z include a new Bose sound system with active noise cancellation. Apart from this feature, the 370Z remains the same as its previous model. However, drivers looking to enjoy a quiet cabin with improved entertainment features will appreciate this used model of the 370Z.

  • 2017-2019

    A yellow 2018 used Nissan 370Z is parked in front of a rock cliff.

    For 2017, the Nissan 370Z added a new exterior color, Chicane Yellow. Otherwise, the 370Z remained just as powerful, luxurious, and advanced as its previous models with a few more modern enhancements made to its interior and exterior design.

    If you’re looking for a used Nissan 370Z for sale with dark accents and a modern design, you’ll want to check out the 2018 model. For the 2018 model year, Nissan added dark accents throughout the exterior of the 370Z, which made for a more dramatic and upscale design. Meanwhile, additional upgrades include a high-performance clutch for every model with a manual transmission, 19-inch aluminum wheels, and improved throttle response. The performance specs of the 370Z remain the same for all models, and standard and available features and trim levels are unchanged from its previous model year. Overall, the 2018 Nissan 370Z features a refreshing exterior and bold styling with all of the same features that Z-Line enthusiasts appreciate.

    Used models of the 370Z can be found as early as the 2019 model year, with the 2020 Nissan 370Z having already made its debut. The 2019 model dropped the available 6-speed manual transmission and added a standard rearview monitor mirror. The Touring and Sport Tech models were also combined into a Sport Touring model.

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