It Is Like Make Up Artists Worked On The 2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition
Celebrating 50th anniversary of the famed Z line of cars, Japanese crafted this catchy 2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition
Published April 14, 2017
I do not know why, but does not feel too shabby. It has all the right ingredients – nice engine, plenty of power, RWD, two seats and everything. It translates the Z pedigree quite nicely, however, many seem not to like it a lot. Sales show that the best. The problem for the nicer versions can be attributed to a high price, however, some deals had the entry 370Z go to the road at just over 26k. And that is more than a bargain.
Nevertheless, New York Auto Show gives us a whole new 2018 Nissan 370Z version. Ok, not exactly new as it only has a couple of cosmetic enhancements to justify the Heritage Edition nameplate.
Here they are.
Two finish choices – Chicane Yellow or Magnetic Black with custom graphics. Yellow cars come with black exterior features, while both integrate some cool yellow accents on the inside. Like yellow trim pieces and yellow stitching. Fine.
Interestingly, apart from these changes, buyers of the Heritage Edition will get new headlights for 2018, slightly changed rear lights, smoked chrome door handles and some other new touches.
Much more importantly than that is the new high-performance Exedy clutch for six-speed manual transmission models. So, track days!
“Over the past five decades there have been a number of special Z® trim packages that have added a sense of customization straight off the showroom floor,” said Michael Bunce, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc., in a press release on the new model. “The new 2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition honors that tradition, blending it with the modern design and performance of the 2018 370Z. We’re pleased to be debuting the new Heritage Edition in New York, one of the top Z® markets from the very beginning.”
2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition Isn’t Exactly New
Well, the problem persists despite new paint schemes, changed headlights and nicer clutch. The car is old, it needs a major refresh with a new engine, new looks and other. We have seen it in October 2008. Almost ten years old. That is too much for any car sold as new right now. So, while we wait for the new version, this one with that trusty 3.7 V6 can still put a smile on any face. 332hp still goes at the back. 2018 Nissan 370Z specs prove its still fun and that Nissan 370Z Nismo proves it still can kick some *ss. So, choose while you can between the Nissan 370Z Coupe or . You may like it.