In a world where you can pay $6 for a cup of coffee, it’s refreshing to see prices moving downward for a change. Nissan provided the refreshment when the automaker announced it was hacking $3,130 off the slippery 370Z, bringing the 332hp coupe’s 2014 MSRP to $29,990. This new bottom line puts the sporty Z in any under-$30k Internet price searches, broadening its appeal to more buyers and making the Nissan an even better performance value.