Nissan announced the changes to the 370Z's 2019 model year Tuesday and it looks like there aren't many overall, just surface adjustments.

The Coupe, Roadster, and Nismo body styles of the car are retained, though standard features receive small improvements in the form of an auto-dimming rearview mirror and backup camera. Option packages receive the most changes, with refinements made to the 370Z's Heritage Edition trim, and alterations to other packages. The starting price tag remains unchanged at $29,990 for the 370Z Coupe, $41,820 for the 370Z Roadster, and $45,690 for the 370Z Nismo, which ditches its 'Tech' suffix once again.

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Another Year With No Real Change - How Long Can Nissan Sit On The Fence With The Z Car?

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