Nissan is a trusted Japanese made vehicle. As well as offering some of Nissan’s more practical everyday vehicles, we take pride in offering the Nissan GT-R. Due to its higher price range, many people often choose to purchase pre-owned GT-Rs . Here are a few tips to consider when you begin the process of finding your used GT-R.
Tips For Buying A Used GT-R:
- Do your research: Read as much as you can about the GT-R (see more details below), check out consumer reports and touch base with friends who may have had some experience with both new and used Nissans.
- Gas Mileage: Gather data on how much gas the model you are after typically consumes. This may help shape your decision.
- Cost of Repairs: GT-R’s are generally very reliable cars but you may want to find a repair shop (such as our in house service department) that specializes in GT-R repairs to ensure that your vehicle will get the best service possible.
- History Reports: A dealer can provide you with all the details you need to know before purchasing a GT-R vehicle. Don’t be afraid to ask! Read through the papers and possibly even pay to have a history report run. This may uncover any issues that could lead to complications down the road.
- The GT-R is a legendary high performance sportscar, affectionately nicknamed Godzilla
- It continues the legacy of the Skyline GT-R, a car that unfortunately was never sold in North America
- The GT-R doesn’t slack on luxury, with features such as heated Recaro leather sport seats, 11-speaker Bose surround sound system, and active noise canceling
- Performance features include a handcrafted twin turbo engine, adjustable suspension and 20 inch RAYS forged wheels
- It comes standard with all wheel drive and six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission that can shift gears in 0.15 seconds
- The Nismo version comes with 600 horsepower, enough to propel this car from 0-100 km/h in only 2.7 seconds!
- Featured in the dash is an 8 inch touchscreen that can display crucial driving performance information and doubles as satellite navigation