The 2023 Nissan Z is out of price, so here’s the breakdown

Today is finally the day we can tell you how the new 2023 Nissan Z drives – you can read that story here. However, this is the day we can pay for the full Z lineup. If that’s what you’re looking for, read on.

A total of three trims are available for 2023: Sports, Performance and Proto Spec. Last but not least, the Proto Spec, a limited-edition model that very few people will be able to afford, is nevertheless notable and attractive. The “Sport” is the base model of the Z, and Nissan says it will start at $ 41,015 with a চার 1,025 destination charge. Both the manual and automatic versions are priced the same, and there is no substitute for talking. Nissan will eventually allow you to purchase accessories for the Z, but the Sport (and all other Z trims) come without any additional factory options to choose from except for the paint and interior color.

The main upgrade trim for the Z is the performance model (this is what you really want), and it starts at $ 51,015. That’s exactly $ 10,000 more than the Sport, but you’ll find plenty of desirable items for your currency. Notable added performance tools include a mechanical limited-slip differential, larger front and rear brakes with painted caliper, Ray 19-inch duplex wheels, Bridgestone Potenza S007 tires (upgrade on Yokohama Advan Sport tires, launch control) System (manual), aluminum sport pedal and a front spoiler and rear spoiler which maximizes speed.

Performance trim also comes with additional features and technical features These include heated side mirrors, leather / heated / power seats, a leather steering wheel, 9-inch infotainment system screen (upgraded from 8-inch screen), in-car WiFi hotspot, homelink transceiver, Bose eight-speaker audio system and Boogie damp.

2023 Nissan Z Performance

Yes, the list of extras including performance trim is terribly long, but it’s a $ 10,000 upgrade, so Nissan has tried to make it work. That said, we can definitely go for a cheap midfielder that jetties off all the extra luxury / technical stuff and only upgrades your performance. Since it stands at launch, it is not an option.

The final trim to watch for the 2023 Z is the Proto Spec (just below), designed to celebrate the original Z Proto released in 2020. Nissan is going to make only 240 Proto this year, but those who buy these will be treated with a special Z. It creates performance but adds bronze-painted 19-inch ray imitation wheels, yellow brake caliper, leather seats with yellow accents, yellow stitching and yellow accents throughout the interior and exclusive extras like a model-exclusive shift. The Knot Proto Spec will run you 54,015. This is basically a very great (and rare) look package which is a $ 3,000 increase compared to the performance to be enjoyed.

2023 Nissan with Proto

The most common competition from the Z is the Toyota GR Supra, a 2023 manual transmission option. Toyota has not yet announced the 2023 model year price, but the Supra 3.0 starts at 52,915. It’s okay in the same ballpark as the performance trim, so we hope a lot of people will cross-shop the two. Of course, the Base Z Sport is cheap enough, and comparable to the Supra 2.0. However, even the four-cylinder Supra starts at $ 44,565, which is 3,550 more than the Base Z and its 400-horsepower twin-turbo V6. Other notable comparison points are the Ford Mustang GT with a base price of $ 38,670 and the Chevrolet Camaro SS with a starting point of $ 38,695.

Nissan’s latest information about the arrival time of the initial cars of the Z sales launch this summer. Hopefully, you will be able to find a dealer who will sell you MSRP.

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