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2014 Nissan Z Prices and Deals in Oklahoma

2014 Nissan Z Pricing

Nissan Z Model Summary

The Z two-seater shares mechanical components with the old Infiniti G coupe, including a wonderfully strong and smooth V6. Acceleration is very quick, and fuel economy is respectable. The six-speed manual is a bit notchy but easy to use. It can match revs on downshifts, a neat touch. Handling is very agile, with quick steering and lots of grip, but somehow the car isn't as engaging to drive as one would expect. The ride is very stiff and choppy, and road and tire noise are constant. The Z's well-finished interior is cramped, and visibility is lousy. A convertible as well as a stiffer, higher-performance NISMO version are available.

Price Range

$29,990 - $45,470 MSRP Price range
$28,412 - $42,577 Invoice price range

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Nissan Z Prices

Trim Lines MSRP Price Invoice Price
Z Coupe $29,990 - $43,020 $28,412 - $40,632
2dr Cpe Manual $29,990 $28,412
2dr Cpe Auto $31,290 $29,642
2dr Cpe Manual Touring $35,270 $33,038
2dr Cpe Auto Touring $36,570 $34,253
2dr Cpe Manual NISMO $43,020 $40,632
Z Roadster $41,470 - $45,470 $38,836 - $42,577
2dr Roadster Auto $41,470 $38,836
2dr Roadster Manual Touring $44,170 $41,361
2dr Roadster Auto Touring $45,470 $42,577

Nissan Z Specs

Body styles convertible, coupe
Drive wheels Rear
Seating 2 front
Engines available 3.7-liter V6 (332 hp), 3.7-liter V6 (350 hp)
Transmissions available 6-speed manual, 7-speed automatic
Warranty Basic: 3/36, Powertrain: 5 year/ 60,000 mile

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