When it comes to sports cars, performance is the name of the game and everything else is second fiddle. Whatever is under the hood is what matters most. One glance at the Nissan 370Z might be all it takes to tell you that, yeah, this car packs a punch. How big of a punch? Is it an efficient punch? Keep reading to learn more.
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How much horsepower does the 2019 Nissan 370Z have?
If your sports car doesn’t have many horses powering it, you’re going to lag behind. Luckily, that won’t be an issue for the new 370Z. The car has always outperformed the competition and the 2019 version is no different. A base V6 engine is under the hood along with 332 horses. This engine produces 270 pound-foot of torque. Now, if you upgrade to the 2019 Nissan 370Z NISMO, you will really maximize your performance. This edition features the same sized engine but with 350 horsepower and 276 pound-foot of torque. Regardless of the trim level you choose, you will blow away others on the road and feel an exhilarating drive.
2019 Nissan 370Z fuel economy
Sure, it’s not always at the top of the priority list for sports car drivers. But wouldn’t it be a nice bonus to have some efficiency? Well, the 2019 370Z averages up to 26 highway MPG* and up to 19 in the city*. Who says that a high-performance car has to be a gas guzzler? The new 370Z boasts a respectable fuel economy while maintaining the performance standards it has lived up to time and time again.
*2019 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 19 city / 26 highway (automatic transmission), or 17 city / 26 highway (manual transmission) for 370Z® Coupe. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions — use for comparison only.