Both the Sport and Performance models jump by $1220, while pricing for the new NISMO starts over $65,000.
We reached out to Nissan for confirmation on the prices, but we've yet to hear back.
UPDATE 9/25/23: Nissan confirmed that the numbers released in the online forum NissanZClub last week are correct. The Sport and Performance models will start at $43,305 and $53,305 respectively, while the new NISMO model carries a starting price of $66,085.
We got our first real look at the 2024 Nissan Z NISMO back in July, but we've been in the dark on how much it'll cost—until now. Pricing for the 2024 lineup appears to have been leaked online in the NissanZClub forum, which includes figures for the upcoming NISMO variant.
According to the forum posting, the entry Sport trim jumps $1220 and now carries a starting price of $43,305. Like last year, the middle-of-the-pack Performance trim adds a sportier suspension tune, a limited-slip differential, and upgraded brakes. For 2024, pricing for the Performance trim rises by the same rate as the Sport and now starts at $53,305 (including the $1095 destination charge applicable to all Zs).
Those figures are pretty unsurprising, but the big question mark up to this point has been the NISMO model. According to the forum, the NISMO will carry a starting price of $66,085, though it also mentions that floor mats, illuminated kick plates, and door guards are required options that add an additional $1120 over the standard MSRP.
That's a sizable step up in price when compared to the Performance trim. Under the hood, Nissan fiddled with the twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6. The changes include a redesigned wastegate, better cooling, and performance-enhancing ignition timing that brings power figures up to 420 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque. Unfortunately, the NISMO is only offered with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Nissan claims retuned engine-management software provides quicker downshifts.
We reached out to Nissan for confirmation on the 2024 Z's pricing, but we haven't yet heard back. We'll update this story if the company does respond.
This story was originally published September 18, 2023.
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