Yes, the Rays wheels are probably 2-3K, if you was buying the wheels separately from the dealership.. but not as part of a whole package.. if that makes any sense?I am afraid that it might be more than $5k.
The Rays forged wheels alone cause thousands. If not $3k, at least $2k.
I really hope not. I wish I could just option out the sport model with the LSD, that’s all I really need, although the other stuff inThe 370Z was ~$30,000 base and ~$39,500 for the sport touring. In that sense I see the base 2023 Z being ~$40,000 and Performance being ~$49,500.
Yeah I totally agree. The Z needs to undercut the Supra in price by a fairly large margin if it’s gonna sell well over its lifespan. I’d say the performance trim should undercut it by at least $5k, which coincidentally is close to the MSRP of a fully loaded 2.0 Supra with the B48, around $47k. But it would be nice to get a fully loaded Z for a little under $45k.Yes, the Rays wheels are probably 2-3K, if you was buying the wheels separately from the dealership.. but not as part of a whole package.. if that makes any sense?
The 3.0 Supra is about $52K MSRP. I'm expecting Nissan to undercut the Supra.. so my guess is 42K for the Sport manual and $47K for the Performance manual then maybe add $2K on top for the automatic.. that should undercut the 3.0 Supra by 3K for an automatic Z with Performance package. But who knows..? I just think if Nissan prices the Z too close to the Supra it wont sell as well as it should.
You're gonna want the bigger 4-piston Akebono brakes with this car. With the 370Z you kind of get away with not having them, but with the power the new Z has it's gonna be a must get.I really hope not. I wish I could just option out the sport model with the LSD, that’s all I really need, although the other stuff in
The Nismo will likely be $55k if not more.I'm expecting sport at 40k, performance at 45k and Nismo at 50k.
If it's actually going to be almost 10 grand more for the performance, depending on how fast companies like AMS an z1 hop on it, a good move could be to get a sport and then just buy an aftermarket lsd and put on the akebonos for reasonably cheaper than the performance.Oh yeah I totally forgot about the 4 pistons.