Nissan 350Z Body Color Options

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Nissan 350Z Body Color Options
The Nissan 350Z was available in a wide array of colours. (sports car image by Jake Hellbach from Fotolia.com)

This Nissan 350Z is a V6 powered, rear wheel drive sports car sold by Nissan and introduced in 2003. As with many vehicles, colour option shifted slightly from year to year, with slight variation changes. While colours were shuffled annually, the 350Z was available in some shade of white, blue, black, red and silver throughout the production run.

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2003 Colors

The Nissan 350Z was introduced to the United States in 2003, reviving Nissan's classic Z sports car nameplate. At introduction the car was available in 8 colours: Brickyard (2003 only), Chrome Silver, Daytona Blue, Le Mans Sunset, Pikes Peak White Pearl, Redline, Silverstone and Super Black.

2004

2004 colours included Chrome Silver, Daytona Blue, Le Mans Sunset, Liquid Aluminum, Pikes Peak White Pearl, Redline, Silverstone and Super Black.

2005

The 2005 colours were Ultra Yellow (2005 only), Chrome Silver, Daytona Blue, Le Mans Sunset, Pikes Peak White Pearl, Redline, Silverstone and Super Black.

2006 Revisions

The Nissan 350Z received a significant update in 2006 which included revised front end, updated engine, and a new grand touring model. Three new colours were introduced with the 2006 model: Silver Alloy, Magnetic Black Pearl and Interlagos Fire. These joined existing colours Daytona Blue, Le Mans Sunset, Metallic, Pikes Peak White Pearl, Redline and Silverstone.

2007

The 2007 Nissan 350z cars were available in Solar Orange Pearl (2007 only), Carbon Silver, Daytona Blue, Magnetic Black Pearl, Pikes Peak White Pearl, Redline, San Marino Blue Pearl and Silver Alloy.

2008 and 2009

2008 saw a reduction in available colours down to six: Carbon Silver, Magnetic Black Pearl, Nogaro Red, Pikes Peak White Pearl, San Marino Blue Pearl and Silver Alloy. In 2009, the final year of the 350Z production, the only change from the 2008 colours was the elimination of Pikes Peak White Pearl.

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