Originally Posted by Nicktyelor
What's stopping them from pricing it closer to the old one? Low to mid 30s vs 40s.
spreading attention to the rest of their lineup, which has undergone/is undergoing a pretty radical replacement.
I had actually said in an earlier post that it would be interesting to see what the pricing on this is.
The Mustang and Camaro are around $30-40K. I imagine they offer a more modern chassis (and equal, if not superior, performance). I don't think they sell like hotcakes, but they sell enough to justify their existence (for now). I don't really see there being any pent-up demand for the 370Z.
As far as the rest of Nissan's lineup.... Aside from the Ariya, the cars and SUV may look radically different (except for the Rogue), but the reviews are still quite middling.
I appreciate the Nissan keeps the car alive. But I don't think it will do anything for their long-term survival.