Coupe and Roadster models can be had in either base or Touring specification, with the base model getting standard features like HID headlights, LED daytime running lights, keyless entry with pushbutton start, and an AM/FM/CD stereo system with auxiliary input. Adding the Touring package brings leather-appointed heated and cooled power-adjustable seats, Bose audio, Bluetooth phone connectivity, and more.
The Sport package includes 19-inch Rays forged alloy wheels, grippier Bridgestone Potenza tires, larger brakes, a limited-slip rear differential, and the SynchroRev manual transmission system (on manual-equipped models). The Sport package is available on all Coupes, but only Roadsters with the Touring package are eligible to add the Sport package.
NISMO models come in a single base specification with a range of available individual options. Upgrades bundled in the NISMO treatment include the NISMO-tuned suspension; NISMO-specific front, side, and rear aerodynamic elements; 19-inch Rays wheels, and NISMO-specific interior trim and badging.
Priced from $30,780 (including destination fee) the 2014 Nissan 370Z isn't the bang-for-buck bargain its predecessor was back in the early days of the 350Z, but it's just about the most capable, full-featured sports car you can buy before stepping up to the $50,000 mark.