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2016 Nissan 370Z

2016 NISSAN 370Z: A major attraction in the Nissan exhibit is the iconic Nissan Z for 2016, in Coupe, Roadster, and NISMO Z configurations. The two-seater is offered in four levels: 370Z, 370Z Sport, 370Z Sport Tech and 370Z Touring. Once again, the 370Z Touring Coupe and Roadster are powered by a 3.7-liter V-6 that produces 332-horsepower, while the NISMO Z coupe ups the horse numbers to 350. A first-ever available seven-speed automatic transmission is in addition to the six-speed manual with the synchronized downshift rev matching system. All 370Z models wear newly revised front fascia with vertical LED daytime running lights, boomerang-style taillights, handsome 18-and 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels, red-finished brake calipers and Euro-tuned shock absorbers. A new dark gray coloring is added to the  NISMO Z front and rear fascias, lower side sills, side mirrors and rear spoiler, with each element (except side sills) featuring NISMO-style red pinstripe accents. Interior enhancements include the addition of a new steering wheel with Alcantara appointments and red accents and a red NISMO tachometer. New available Bose package comes with six speakers, in-dash 6CD changer, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, auto-dimming inside mirror, and HomeLink universal transceiver. The Navigation system includes a hard drive-based navigation system with 7.0-inch touch-sensitive display, NavTraffic with Real-Time Traffic Information, NavWeather, Bluetooth Streaming Audio, USB connectivity, iPod connection and RearView Monitor. The ANC system generates canceling sound to remove undesirable low-frequency engine noise while preserving invigorating sounds of the engine performance, providing a more "pure" sound. Chicago Auto Show History Fact: It was at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show that the stunning 2013 Nissan 370Z made its World Debut. 
 

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