2012 Nissan 370Z gains Standard Oil Cooler, Base Manual Model Dropped from Roadster Range ~ Greatest Vehicles

Friday, 7 October 2011

2012 Nissan 370Z gains Standard Oil Cooler, Base Manual Model Dropped from Roadster Range



Having entered the final quarter of 2011, automakers are ushering in their new model year lineups, though most of the times, there's nothing really "new" about the cars other than the different designations.
That's more or less the case with the 2012 Nissan 370Z series. The only changes for the new model year concern the addition of an oil-cooler as standard on both body styles, while Nissan eliminated the base 370Z Roadster with the 6-speed manual, leaving the more expensive Touring model for those that want to manually change gears while enjoying the sun.





The 350-horsepower NISMO 370Z continues without any changes for 2012.
Pricing for the entire range including the 370Z Coupe and Roadster remain unaffected from 2011, but feel free to refresh your memory by checking out the list below, keeping in mind that MSRPs exclude tax, license fees and destination charges.










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