The Staff of Motorsport Marketing
The Staff of Motorsport Marketing Writer
11/6/18 2:06 p.m.

[Editor's Note: This article originally ran in the July 2017 issue of Classic Motorsports. Some information and pricing may be different today.]

Photograph Courtesy Nissan

You’ll spend at least 30 grand to put a brand-new Nissan 370Z in your driveway–figure more than $40,000 for one of the upmarket Nismo models. For that money, you’ll get a swoopy, high-performance coupe or convertible with room for two.

Here’s the bargain angle: That exact same model has been sold since 2009, and today you can find early ones advertised in the teens. Yes, you can basically buy a current Z-car for half-off.


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