The 2013 370Z Roadster, meanwhile, will now set you back at least $42,250, including destination, which is up around $970 on the outgoing model.
The biggest increase, however, is on the 2013 Nismo 370Z, which lists at $43,800, including destination, reflecting a substantial $1,360 price increase over the outgoing model.
New 18-inch wheels are standard on the Coupe with revised 19-inch alloy wheels as part of the Sport Package. Models equipped with the Sport Package also get red-finished brake calipers and Euro-tuned shock absorbers.
Sadly, the 2013 model year hasn’t brought any significant changes to the drivetrain. Power still comes from a 3.7-liter V-6 engine rated at 332 horsepower and matched to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic.
The Nismo 370Z gets an enhanced version of this engine with 350 horsepower on tap. The Nismo model also gains a new Bose audio package with two additional speakers and two subwoofers, gun metallic dark-finish 19-inch wheels, and Nissan GT-R style high-rigidity brake hoses with performance brake fluid.
The 2013 Nissan 370Z range is now on sale nationwide.