For its 2013 update to the 370Z, Nissan simplified the grille surround and added the now de rigueur LED running lights.
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The engine remains the same for 2013, a 3.7-liter V-6 producing 332 horsepower. And transmission options are still a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic.
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Nissan adds what it calls "Euro-tuned shock absorbers" for the Sport trim.
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Nissan changed the style of the available 19-inch Rays wheels, and painted the brake calipers red.
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Another cosmetic change was replacing the black cap on the back of the car for a red reflector.
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The above car is shown in the new Magma Red color. Another color, Midnight Blue, was also announced.
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Few changes were made to the 370Z's cabin. The NISMO 370Z gets an enhanced Bose audio system, with two additional speakers and two subwoofers.
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Nissan did not bother to change the fuel gauge, the lights of which become unreadable with sun glare.
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