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Nissan 370Z and Nissan Juke will come to China

Published on July 18, 2012 by Joey Wang

Chinese media reports say the Nissan 370Z and Nissan Juke will be launched on the China auto market as imports. The 370Z is expected to arrive in show rooms in June 2013. The 350Z was officially sold in China but sales were so low that Nissan didn’t bother bringing the 370Z to China up until now.

There were rumors that the Juke might see local production but that plan seems off the table. Reports also say the imported Nissans will be distributed via a new dealer network under the Dongfeng-Nissan joint venture. The new network will only sell imported Nissans and Infiniti’s.

Via: Autohome.

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  1. Steve- July 18, 2012 Reply

    Now thats a fun car to have..
    Wonder what silly price they are going to want for it.
    Keep it around the price of a BMW 3 series and they might be able to sell some. but in the 450,000 plus area and I expect we will see the same result as before.

    I would consider if it were around the 350 mark

  2. brazil420sh- July 19, 2012 Reply

    350k is not going to happen. closer to 500k considering the price of a G37 coupe

  3. Steve- October 25, 2012 Reply

    great car, drove it in US, lots power…
    one thing i have to say is that every company trying to make profit, i dont think the 370z will be same price as bmw3, there is no compare.
    its like i want to buy a gold watch, but hope to have casio’s price point… not gonna happen

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