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Nissan 370Z now available for purchase in the Philippines




Nissan Philippines has announced that the Nissan 370Z sports car is available for purchase this month.

The Nissan 370Z comes in Premium and NISMO variants. It features a VQ37 3.7-liter DOHC V6 engine that makes 332
Ps and 363 N-m of torque, SynchroRev matching system for the 6-Speed manual transmission, or a 7-Speed automatic transmission, Magnesium Paddle Shifters, and Downshift Rev Matching feature, sport-tuned shock absorbers, Nissan Sport Brakes, Limited Slip Differential, and a Carbon Fiber Composite Driveshaft.

For the exterior, the Nissan 370Z has a low roofline, short wheelbase, a distinct bumper design with Bi-Xenon HID projector headlamps, and LED Daytime Running Lamps, 19 inch Forged alloy wheels by RAYS, dual exhaust outlets, and a sleek rear spoiler.

Inside, it has a driver-focused cockpit with 4-way Power Adjustable Sport Seats, triple meter, 8-speaker Bose sound system, push start and stop button, and sports pedals.


For the 370Z NISMO, it features a motorsport-inspired exterior and interior elements with a NISMO design front and rear bumpers, side sills, rear spoiler and door mirrors for an aggressive and aerodynamic look. It has a NISMO exclusive 19-inch Forged Alloy Wheels by RAYS with twin-five spoke design and a charcoal gray machine-finish.

The interior also features NISMO-styled elements including Recaro Sport Seats, steering wheel wrapped in leather and Alcantara, NISMO-branded strut tower brace, NISMO red tachometer and NISMO badging.

Powering the 370Z NISMO is a 3.7-liter V6 engine with higher output at 344 Ps and 371N-m of torque, 7-Speed automatic transmission with Black Magnesium Paddle Shifters, and an exclusive NISMO dual exhaust system.

The Nissan 370Z Premium will be available in both a 6-speed manual transmission and 7-speed automatic transmission, priced at PHP 2,779,000 and PHP 2,879,000, respectively, and the Nissan 370Z NISMO priced at PHP 3,888,000 in select dealerships nationwide.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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