Nissan Taking GT-R Pre-Orders

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Nissan announced today that it’s accepting pre-orders for its 480-hp, all-wheel-drive GT-R sports car.

The GT-R — priced from $69,850 base to $71,900 for the Premium trim — will be sold through 691 certified dealerships; destination and handling charges haven’t been announced yet.

Nissan spokesman Darryll Harrison said Nissan expects to sell about 2,500 GT-Rs in the first year. Certified GT-R dealerships have gone through unique training in their sales and service departments to accommodate the specialty sports car.

Ready to buy your own GT-R? We’re jealous, but you can find a list of certified GT-R dealerships at If you’re lucky enough to reserve one, customer deliveries are scheduled to begin in June.

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