DETROIT – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is banking on the price tag on its emblematic 350Z to drive customers to the dealerships well before the Zs hit the showrooms. The auto maker at the North American International Auto Show announced the base MSRP for the 280 hp-plus 3.5L V-6 sports car at $26,269 – well below the $30,000 target Nissan originally had set. It will be offered in five trim levels, two of which are under $30,000 and the highest of which -- the Track Model – ranges up to $34,079. ...

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