The 2016 Nissan 370Z continues to be a sports car without peers on the market, offering premium handling at an everyday price. Drive on over to Team Nissan in Oxnard, CA and see the latest version of the classic Z car. You’ll find we are easy to get to from Ventura, Simi Valley, and Thousand Oaks and surround by roads perfect for a sports car.
The Nissan 3.7-liter VQ V6 in the 370Z puts out 332hp, or choose the NISMO version, tuned for 350hp. You also get 4-wheel independent suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes, and a limited-slip differential (in most models). Transmission choices include a manual 6-speed (with SynchroRev Match on some models), or an automatic 7-speed with paddle shifting; both get you from 0-60 in about 5.5 seconds, and the NISMO is even faster.
There are both hard top and convertible top 370Z sports cars available, though not in all trims. Coupes come in base, Sport, Touring, and Sport Tech variations, plus 2 NISMO editions, and convertibles comes in base, Touring, and Touring Sport. The base 370Z is an entertaining sports car with plenty of features, including aggressive 18” alloy rims, sticky tires, proximity key, HID headlights, CD player stereo with auxiliary input jack, and all modern conveniences. Opting for the Sport trim means you get a limited-slip rear end, RAYS forged lightweight 19” rims, Nissan sport brakes, SyncroRev match (manual transmission only), aero body kit, and Bose audio system with Active Sound Enhancer and Active Noise Control, just like the GT-R. 370Z Touring aims to make a more luxurious sports car, with heated power 4-way seats, leather/simulated suede upholstery, GPS navigation with voice recognition, 7” touchscreen interface, full Bluetooth connectivity, and rearview camera. The Sport Tech (coupe), and Touring Sport (convertible) add rearview camera, GPS navigation, voice commands and more tech features from the Touring to Sport trim performance parts.
370Z NISMO and NISMO Tech are similar to the Sport and Sport Tech, but with power and handling turned up a notch. The base NISMO 370Z includes stiffer sport-tuned suspension, upgraded brakes, more aggressive tires, a body kit, and more. Interior features mirror the 370Z Sport, but add leather covered, Recaro sport seats, and suede-covered steering wheel. The NISMO Tech adds the touchscreen, GPS navigation, and rearview camera.
The roads are full of boring grey sedans, why not live a little and drive the 2016 Nissan 370Z, one of the last sports car bargains out there? Team Nissan has 2016 Nissan 370Z and 370Z NISMO models in stock for immediate delivery at our Oxnard, CA showroom, just a few miles from some of the best roads on the West Coast. Team Nissan proudly serves drivers from Simi Valley, Ventura, and Thousand Oaks, CA.View Inventory