Nissan Z Coupe 2023 Price in Pakistan, Features, Specs. The 2023 Nissan Z Coupe is powered by a 3.0L Twin-Turbo V6 Gas engine with 400 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque and a 6-Speed Manual (9-Speed Automatic) transmission. Sports cars are having a moment, as evidenced by the revived Toyota Supra and the flashy mid-engine Corvette, both of which debuted last year, so Nissan’s redesign of its ageing Z coupe comes at an ideal time. It’s also ideal because it’s clearly out of date.
Nissan’s sports car has traditionally had an alphanumeric name, such as the current 370Z and the original 240Z from 1969, but this generation will simply be called Z. The 2023 Z is powered by a 400-hp twin-turbocharged V-6 engine that sends power to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual or a nine-speed automatic transmission. We like the Z’s playful handling and zippy acceleration, and we’re glad to see that it’s more refined than the car it replaces.
Nissan Z Coupe 2023 Price in Pakistan, Features, Specs
The Z, thankfully, receives a technology update as well, with new touchscreen infotainment, a reconfigurable digital gauge display, and a slew of new driver-assistance features. Whereas the previous generation 370Z competed in price and performance with more affordable sports cars like the Mazda MX-5 Miata and the Toyota 86, the next-generation car moves slightly upmarket to target the Supra.
Nissan Z Coupe 2023 Price in Pakistan
The price of the Nissan Z Coupe 2023 in Pakistan is PKR 8,760,000 (US$40,000).
|Nissan Z Coupe||PKR 8,760,000|
Nissan Z Coupe 2023 Price in USD
|Nissan Z Coupe||USD $40,000|
Toyota RAV4 Prime Specifications:
|Model Number||Z Coupe 2023|
|Warranty||Base warranty: 2 years/50,000 km , Powertrain warranty: 2 years/50,000 km|
|Engine Type||3.0L Twin-Turbo V6 Gas|
|Engine Power||4000 hp|
|No. of Cylinders||–|
|Maximum Speed||380 km/h (236 mph) (manufacturer)|
|Acceleration Time (0-100 kmph)||2.4 s (manufacturer)|
|Transmission Type||6-Speed Manual|
9-Speed Automatic (+$2,000)
|Drive Type||Rear-Wheel Drive|
|Steering Gear Type||–|
|Minimum Turning Radius||–|
|Shock Absorbers Type||–|
|Front Suspension||independent Multi-link|
|Back Suspension||independent Multi-link|
Dimension & Weight
|Wheel Base||105.9 in|
|Ground Clearance||8.1 in|
|Kerb Weight||4,235 lbs|
|Wheel Size||18 in|
|Front Brake||4 wheel Discs|
|Rear Brake||4 wheel Discs|
|Mileage in City||–|
|Mileage on Highway||–|
|Fuel Type||Plug In-Hybrid|
|Seating Capacity||2 seater|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)||–|
|No. of Doors||2 doors|
|Antilock Braking System||Yes|
|Fog Lights Front & Back||–|
|Power Door Locks||–|
|Child Safety Locks||Yes|
|Night Rear View Mirror||Yes|
|Rear Seat Belts||Yes|
|Seat Belt Warning||Yes|
|Door Ajar Warning||Yes|
|Tyre Pressure Monitor||–|
|Vehicle Stability Control System||–|
|Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank||–|
|Engine Check Warning||Yes|
|Audio System Remote Control||Yes|
|Speakers Front & back||Yes|
|USB & Auxiliary Input||Yes|
Other Comfort & Covidence
|Adjustable Steering Column||Yes|
|Height Adjustable Driving Seat||Yes|
|Electric Adjustable Seats||Yes|
|Outside Temperature Display||–|
|Electric Folding Rear View Mirror||Yes|
|Automatic Climate Control||Yes|
|Low Fuel Warning Light||Yes|
|Rear Reading Lamp||Yes|
|Smart Access Card Entry||–|
Nissan’s iconic Z-car will be completely redesigned for 2023. The new Z, previewed by the Z Proto concept car, draws design inspiration from previous models while also providing a glimpse into the future with updated technology and much-needed interior modernization. The new Z will go on sale as a hardtop coupe in summer 2022, but a convertible version may follow later.
Although its starting price is higher than that of the outgoing 370Z, the new Z is still a steal when compared to key competitors such as the Supra and the Audi TT. To justify its higher price, the Z adds more luxury features and more appealing styling. We’d go with the Z Performance trim, which adds a sportier suspension tune, a limited-slip differential, upgraded brakes, 19-inch wheels with summer tyres, and power-adjustable seats with faux-suede upholstery to the mid-level model.
Nissan hasn’t changed the layout of the Z’s cabin, despite the fact that it’s new for 2023. It is still a two-seat coupe with no vestiges of rear seats like the Porsche 911. Everything else, however, has changed. The new Z’s cabin has been modernised with updated materials, which is a welcome improvement over the current 370Z’s dated interior.
There is leather upholstery, power-adjustable seats, and dual-zone automatic climate control. We don’t know about cargo space, but we don’t expect the Z to be a Costco champion; we fit three carry-on suitcases in the trunk of the old 370Z, which should be enough for most sports-car buyers.
The most fuel-efficient Z, according to the EPA, is the one with an automatic transmission. It gets 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. Choosing the manual reduces those figures to 18 mpg city and 24 mpg highway. When we get a chance, we’ll put the Z through its paces on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy test route and report back. Visit the EPA’s website for more information on the Z’s fuel economy.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance:
The Z, like its more powerful sibling, the Nissan GT-R, is powered by a twin-turbocharged V-6. Instead of the GT-565-hp R’s 3.8-litre engine, the Z gets a 400-hp 3.0-litre mill from the Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400, paired to either a six-speed manual or a nine-speed automatic transmission. While all-wheel drive is available in the Infiniti, Nissan will only offer rear-wheel drive for the Z.
The turbo six gives the Z a lot of zipping, but our manual-transmission test car hit 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, trailing the Supra. The cornering grip is abundant as long as you don’t push the Z too hard. When pushed hard, the suspension’s tuning reveals itself to be inadequate. Its compliance provides good comfort when commuting, but rival sports cars have sharper reflexes.