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BASE INVOICE
$31,026
BASE MSRP
$33,120
On Features
From the power-folding soft top on the Roadster to the quality audio system and new LED daytime running lights, the 2013 Nissan 370Z packs in the features.
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If you order the Sport package, the manual trans is fitted with the aforementioned SynchroRev Match, which blips the throttle during downshifts.
Car and Driver

One feature that really helps this cockpit fit you like custom-tailored gloves is a gauge cluster that adjusts vertically with the steering column for optimum visibility, a feature Ferrari neglected to install in its new $200,000+ GT.
Automobile Magazine

Add-ons such as the Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System with touch-screen convenience, XM NavTraffic, and XM NavWeather add tech points to the 370Z control panel.
Automobile.com

Optional on the Touring is a Navigation package that includes a hard-drive-based touchscreen navigation system with real-time traffic and weather updates, voice recognition, digital music storage, Bluetooth audio streaming, an iPod interface and a rearview camera.
Edmunds

The Z roadster comes in only two trims, keeping options relatively simple.
Cars.com

The 2013 Nissan 370Z range is spanned by a coupe and a roadster, available with a pair of feature packages, with an optional Sport Package. The NISMO 370Z is available in a single base configuration, with a range of optional equipment.

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.

Conclusion

From the power-folding soft top on the Roadster to the quality audio system and new LED daytime running lights, the 2013 Nissan 370Z packs in the features.

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