In both Coupe and Roadster models, Nissan offers a choice of base or Touring specification. Base models include the core set of 370Z features, such as HID headlights, LED daytime running lights, keyless entry with pushbutton ignition, and AM/FM/CD audio with auxiliary input. The Touring spec includes leather-appointed heated and cooled power-adjustable seats, Bose audio, Bluetooth, and more.
On Coupes, the Sport Package can be added to both base and Touring models; on the Roadster, it's only available on Touring models. The Sport package adds 19-inch Rays forged aluminum alloy wheels, upgraded Bridgestone Potenza high-performance tires, upgraded brakes, the SynchroRev manual transmission, and a viscous limited-slip rear differential.
NISMO models feature NISMO-tuned suspension, reinforced suspension tower bracing and body dampers, unique NISMO appearance and aerodynamic elements, 19-inch Rays wheels, and unique NISMO interior trim.
At a base price of $33,120, the 2013 Nissan 370Z isn't the bargain it once was, and prices quickly rise as you head up the equipment ladder, reaching beyond $45,000 in a loaded NISMO 370Z. That begins to edge into more luxurious and/or more sporting territory, with cars like the Chevrolet Corvette and Infiniti G37 Coupe on the alternatives list.