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Tony O'Kane | Dec 8, 2008

Japanese carmakers typically lavish their home market with countless special versions of their regular offerings, and Nissan is no different. In that spirit, Nissan now offers a range of dealer-installed accessories as part of its 'Stylish Package' for the just-released sports coupe.

The changes aren't that dramatic though, with a front under-spoiler, rear decklid spoiler, clear tailights, mudflaps, 19x9-inch rims and a sports muffler comprising the meat of the package.

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The front and rear spoilers are nothing new, both being the same as those found on Sport Pack-equipped US-market 370Zs. The 19-inch polished rims, muffler and tailights, however, are unique to the Stylish Package and give the Fairlady Z a slightly more sophisticated air. The clear tailights may not be everyone's cup of tea, but you've got to admit that they're a far more subtle modification than the wild n' lairy Nismo S-Tune bodykit that we featured last week.

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The complete Stylish Package is available from Nissan dealers Japan-wide for ¥260,000 ($4230 AUD), while each of the parts that make up the package are also available individually. The stylish package isn't the only JDM-only option that Nissan Japan have blessed the 370Z with either. Peruse the extras list and you'll find goodies like parking sensors, a reversing camera, a HDTV receiver that reads virtually every type of removable media, hydrophobic glass, illuminated footwells, illuminated kickplates, floormats, bootmats, cargo nets and a set of "Sports Horns".

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There's even more peculiar gadgets like an integrated tollway card transmitter (a must for Japanese highways), a power inverter that runs off the cigarette lighter and a cable for connecting the 370Z's ECU to your mobile phone. What are the chances that all these doo-dads will show up on the options list of Aussie-bound 370Zs? Zilch, but do you really need a device that allows you to use a toaster inside a sportscar? We didn't think so.

Anywho, check out the high-res pics of the Stylish Package-equipped 370Z below, along with a smattering of other JDM Fairlady Z images. Need some new wallpaper? We've got it right here...

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