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Nissan 370Z 'available to order on Groundhog Day'

Wed, 28 Jan 2009
Customers who are keen to buy a new car online this spring may be interested in the new Nissan 370Z, which will be available to order from February 2nd.

The vehicle, which is expected to be delivered to UK customers in July 2009 is available in three price ranges.

While the high-end GT Ultimate is priced at £31,895 and features a full DVD satnav system with maps for 33 countries, a middle-range GT Pack is priced at £30,195 and features heated seats and a six-CD audio system.

Meanwhile, the entry-level Nissan 370Z has power-adjustable seats, an alarm and a Bluetooth hands-free phone connection. It is priced at £26,895.

The vehicle, which debuted in the US in November 2008 at the Los Angeles Auto show, is the successor to Nissan's 350Z model.

Left Lane News reports that the vehicle was developed under code name C53D and features "evolutionary" styling.

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