Take a seat inside the 2016 Nissan 370Z and you’ll find a level of refinement that you might not expect from a vehicle this aggressively sporty.
Thinking “Nissan” often conjures up thoughts of fuel efficient, practical rides like the LEAF, Micra or Sentra. All are fabulous, well-built, functional vehicles, but Nissan’s got a bit of a wild side, too. How do they let it shine through? With the 2016 Nissan 370Z, of course.
Why Mess With Perfection?
As any good manufacturer knows, it’s best to leave perfection alone. That’s why there were so few changes or updates made to the 2016 Nissan 370Z over the previous model year. The exterior design was already so distinctive and recognizable, Nissan decided to leave it as is, replete with the signature lobster-claw headlights and taillights. The aggressively sporty front end and beefy crouched rear remain as well, giving the 370Z some serious presence on the road.
The 2016 Nissan 370Z lineup consists of four available models: Coupe, Touring Coupe, Touring Coupe Sport, and NISMO. The three first models sport Nissan’s 3.7L V6 engine that’s good for 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. However, the NISMO edition beefs it up a bit. While it features the same engine, Nissan managed to squeeze a bit more torque out of it, bringing that number up to 276.
While the same engine resides across the board, there are actually three different transmissions to choose from. There is a CVT and a 7-speed automatic that features manual shift mode and auto rev-matching for downshifts, and there is also an available 6-speed manual transmission with close-ratio gears and SynchroRev match like that offered on the automatic.
Take a seat inside the 2016 Nissan 370Z and you’ll find a level of refinement that you might not expect from a vehicle this aggressively sporty. Featuring Active Noise Cancellation coupled with Active Sound Enhancement, sitting behind the wheel of the 370Z is equal parts thrilling and coddling. The 2016 370Z is also equipped with Nissan’s Hard Drive Navigation System and a 7” VGA touchscreen. There’s even a nifty upshift indicator light for optimal driving. Everything is designed and engineered to enhance your experience behind the wheel of this sporty coupe from the Japanese automaker.
NISMO Steps It Up a Notch
The NISMO edition of the 2016 Nissan 370Z NISMO has a few extra added goodies: NISMO tachometer, aerodynamic body design (unique front and rear lip, spoiler side sills, and a NISMO rear spoiler), front and rear performance body dampers, as well as 3-point front strut tower bar. There’s no denying that the 2016 Nissan 370Z NISMO is Nissan’s ultimate sports car.
To find out more about the 2016 Nissan 370Z and all it has to offer, head down to Stadium Nissan today to speak to one of our experts. And don’t forget to book a test drive, too.