Is the Nissan 370Z worth the money

Nissan 370z Performance?

How long will it take to get a 370z around 25,000 euros?

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Well, I doubt that the 370z will be a valuable car. Just look at what a 300zx is worth today.

But I believe that in one year you can get 370z's for well under 30,000 euros. Because today there are already some for € 30,000.

That won't take long, as my parents-in-law recently sold one of the last built 350z roadsters 3 years old with 25,000 km on the clock and full equipment for 24,000 euros. The 370z is a 2-3 year old car with around 50,000 km on the clock Then they are sure to be in the same price range, it just needs a lot of fuel and the high insurance classification scares off some and is not necessarily conducive to the sale, because the people who buy such cars are also completely normal people who also have to look at the money in most cases.

Hmm a Porsche Boxster is likely the cheaper choice, less depreciation and probably fewer repairs.

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Originally written by ennius

Hmm a Porsche Boxster is likely the cheaper choice, less depreciation and probably fewer repairs.

So the percentage depreciation may be lower, but in absolute terms?

Especially since a Boxster costs a little more to buy, regardless of whether it is a new car or a young used one. Due to the higher capital commitment, the corresponding interest income goes through your fingers.

How much a car really costs can unfortunately only be said afterwards. When doing the calculations before buying you have to rely on forecasts (value development) or the assumed workshop costs (for 2-5 year old cars with normal mileage, there shouldn't be much apart from normal service and inspection, maybe a set of tires or new ones Brake pads).

So in my estimation, the 370Z will probably not be a real bargain even used, similar to the 350. Other V6 coupes like the Crossfire have fallen in price much more than the Nissan back then! This is precisely why inexpensive new cars or inexpensive annual vehicles are so interesting for the 370Z, if, yes, if the loss in value is really not that bad!

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Originally written by ennius

How long will it take to get a 370z around 25,000 euros?

Until you find one for the price.

In your consideration, you should also include the spare parts prices.

The pricing in recent years at Porsche has now prompted me to go after

30 years to turn away from Porsche. The spare parts prices became indecently high and at the same time

the quality worse.

When looking for a replacement, I came across the 370.

Let's see what happens.

Greeting

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Originally written by Radialengine

When looking for a replacement, I came across the 370.

Let's see what happens.

Greeting

I hope you have considered this very carefully, currently getting a 370Z is extremely stupid. Nissan is lowering the BLP (price) from June 1st, 2013 by more than € 6 thousand.

What that means for the residual value of the old is clear.

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Originally written by heezy

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Originally written by Radialengine

When looking for a replacement, I came across the 370.

Let's see what happens.

Greeting

I hope you have considered this very carefully, currently getting a 370Z is extremely stupid. Nissan will lower the BLP (price) from June 1st, 2013 by more than € 6 thousand.

What that means for the residual value of the old is clear.

I agree with you 100% that Nissan is doing something wrong when it comes to used car development.

greeting

Manhattan

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I agree with you 100% that Nissan is doing something wrong when it comes to used car development.

This is certainly a horrible thing for new car buyers, but the sales of the Fairlady have now fallen significantly. Especially because there are now a lot of alternatives, e.g. the GT86, Hyundai Genesis Coupe as well as a lot of overpowered hatchbacks in the range of ~ 30,000 €.

Especially in the US market, the 370Z has been relatively expensive lately and has lost some ground against the much fresher competition (including those from Ford, Dodge).

The step to lower the price for a model that was getting on in years was not really considered;)

Over 300 HP for about 30T € is awesome and you find that very difficult otherwise. For the new car buyers in the recent past, it's of course already tough on Nissan.

So I read in the regional newspaper that the 370Z should be about 5000 to 7000 € cheaper in the course of the year, because Nissan wants to get rid of the remaining stocks.

And we're talking about new cars. According to Nissan, 20 thousand st. stand in the car dealerships in Germany.

So if the new car prices are going to fall, I don't think it will be long before the used car prices drop.

With the high insurance classification of the 370 Z, the high taxes, the high fuel consumption, a price adjustment is really necessary because the car is simply no longer up to date even if it looks great ... I would have had my Golf6 at that time GTI immediately bought a 370 Z if it had had a 2 liter turbo with around 250 hp, only the maintenance in the ratio GTI to 370 Z is about 3 times as high ... And it was not worth it to me ...