The iconic Nissan Z is also offered with a convertible top. The roadster includes the same 332-bhp 3.7L V6, fully independent suspension, rear-wheel drive and eye-catching styling of the coupe. The convertible model trades the hardtop and hatchback for a power-operated soft-top with a glass rear window. Transmission choices mirror those of the coupe, although the base model includes the 7-speed automatic transmission. With pricing starting at around $41,000, the Z roadster is significantly more expensive than the Mazda MX-5, but more affordable than roadster models from luxury automakers.
||Engine || || ||MPG
|370Z Roadster ||2 ||3.7l V6 (332-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||18/25/21 ||73 ||$41,820|
|370Z Roadster Touring ||3 ||3.7l V6 (332-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||18/25/21 ||73 ||$46,570|
|370Z Roadster Touring Sport ||3 ||3.7l V6 (332-bhp) ||M6 ||RWD ||17/24/20 ||75 ||$48,100|
|370Z Roadster Touring Sport ||3 ||3.7l V6 (332-bhp) ||A7 ||RWD ||18/25/21 ||75 ||$49,400|