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Nissan Z Begins Their NISMO Pricetag At $66,000

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Nissan has just confirmed the latest numbers for their 2024 NISMO Nissan Z model that had leaked are absolutely true. There are certain price tags for the Sport and the Performance models that will begin at $43,305 and $53,305, respectively. All as the NISMO model carries on a starting price of $66,085. The car itself is going to come with a lot of expensive upgrades as well.

And we’re here for what Nissan has to show us!

The figures regarding the latest NISMO variant vary. One can notice how the Sport trim in particular jumps up about $1220 and at least now carries a starting price of $43,305. Until last year, the middle of the pack Performance trim wasn’t much to write home about. Now, it’s the 2024 model year and such hype around the NISMO trim creates even more exciting results where there will be a sportier suspension tune, with a limited-slip differential and even upgraded brakes.

2024 will display how the Performance trim can rise by the same rate as teh Sport trim, which itself can start at $53,305, including the destination charge of $1095 that can apply to all of the Z models.

Such figures are pretty unsurprising, while the question remains, how to handle the the price estimate for the NISMO model.

In accordance to the leaks online, the NISMO is going to carry a pricetag of $66,085, which also shows off illuminated kick plates, floor mats and door guards, which require options that can add up an additional $1120 over the standard MSRP.

When one notices a sizable step up in pricing, in comparison to the Perfomance trim, there’s a fiddling that can be done with the twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 engine, that shows such a variety of changes like better cooling, a performance-enhancing ignition timing and even a redesigned wastegate.

Sadly, the NISMO can only offer up nine-speed automatic transmission, as Nissan claims the engine-management software can also give off quicker downshifts.

This whole circumstance of higher price tags could be indicative of a change in the climate for auto sales.

And we suppose that has to do with the growth of the American economy as wages become more significant and car owners get to be more entrepreneurial.

Nissan is ultimately the most adept at recognizing the market in the United States and giving us what we want out of the few remaining gas guzzlers: high-speed and performance.

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