2020 Nissan 370Z for Sale in Warwick, RI
It’s no secret that sports cars can lean toward the high side of the pricing spectrum, but if you’re looking for a fun car that’s manageably priced, the 2020 Nissan 370Z is a qualified candidate. This rear-wheel drive coupe has long been a favorite of drivers who prefer a vehicle that’s nimble, nice-looking, and downright fun to drive. This year marks the 50th anniversary for the Z family of cars, which began in 1970 when Nissan was still Datsun and the 240Z made its debut. As a way of commemorating this sports-car legacy, Nissan has introduced two 50th anniversary special edition packages that add unique decals, special paint-color palettes, and novel interior features.
Trims, Powertrain, and Efficiency
The 2020 Nissan 370Z is available in four trim levels: base, Sport, Sport Touring, and Nismo. All are driven by a punchy 332 horsepower (270 lb.-ft. of torque) 3.7-liter V6 engine paired to either a seven-speed automatic transmission or the exceptionally smooth SynchroRevMatch six-speed manual transmission – the first rev-matching manual in the automotive world – which automatically adjusts rpm to the selected gear. The stickshift 370Z also features an EXEDY clutch for the height of performance. Note that the Sport trim is only made with the manual, and the Sport Touring only comes with the automatic.
Under the Nismo’s hood, this engine is specially tuned to pump 350 hp and 276 lb.-ft. of torque. Since 2020 marks half a century for the Nissan 370Z, two 50th Anniversary Packages are offered for the Sport trim. According to EPA estimates, the manual-transmission models return 17 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway, while the automatic models return 19 city/26 highway.
Standard and Optional Features
The base version of the 2020 Nissan 370Z is provided with 18-inch wheels, performance tires, automatic headlights, a unique Z emblem on the fender, keyless entry and push-button ignition, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a rearview camera. The Sport adds a medley of performance-oriented features, such as a limited-slip differential, a rev-matching downshifter, improved brakes, and 19-inch wheels complete with high-performance Bridgestone tires. It also comes with illuminated ‘Z’ side marker emblems and heated side mirrors to melt away the frost.
While the Sport Touring drops the Sport’s athletic elements, it makes up for it with leather and simulated-suede upholstery and heated power-adjustable seats. The range-topping Nismo benefits from a sport-tuned suspension, upgraded tires, a race-inspired clutch, Recaro sport seats, aerodynamic body pieces, and a simulated-suede-wrapped steering wheel. The two 50th Anniversary Packages introduce special graphics and a two-tone paint scheme, depending on which one the buyer opts for.
The base trim issues Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity along with a six-speaker audio system. The Sport adds an eight-speaker Bose audio system, and the Sport Touring moves up to a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen with integrated navigation, satellite radio, Bluetooth audio streaming, and a USB port.