1 out of 5 stars
Don’t not buy this car.
by Charles smith
from Irvington New York
on Mon Mar 23 2020
All I had is problems with this car in all honesty. I have 4,300 miles on a 2019 GTR and the engine in now blown and they need 3-6 months to fix it. Also when buying a GTR remember that u won’t get a GTR loaner but only something like a maxima unlike if u went to Porsche if u bought a 911 u would get a 911 loaner. Spend your 100-130k elsewhere. The executives from Nissan that help with consumer affairs do not answer your phone calls and do not call back quickly. Nissan does not appreciate the business of people spending over 100k from what I experience personally.
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5 out of 5 stars
hello how are you my name is Moises cruz nice too
on Wed Feb 19 2020
thank you nissan amazing cars forever Nissan 2020 i buys Nissan,s since 2002 and very very nice cars strong i recomended those cars speciality Nissan Altimas 2020 *****
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4 out of 5 stars
GTR Unbiased Opinion
by White Ghost
from Colorado Springs
on Mon Oct 05 2020
- Great sports car!
- Holds its value (Avrg. 5yr. old GTR w/20k mi. ~$70K)
- Amazing engine and trannie "quality".
-- Stock can roughly yield 485hp to the ground
-- FBO/e85 can get you north of 600hp/600tq
-- Stock engine/trannie can only handle 600hp/600tq
-- Most tuners will limit the tune, unless internals are upgraded
- Ride is as smooth as any other serious sport car (tight suspension)
The Bad and the Ugly
- Outdated, 12yr old technology all around
-- DCT gear change is considered laggy using today's standards
-- Noisy DCT, more than normal
-- Break rotors tend to crack, just like the sides on the leather seats
- $100K+ car with a budget customer service
-- Nissan is a budget car company, so don't expect BMW level service
-- Nissan experience (all the used car sales tactics in the book)
-- Nissan managers will "typically" use the GTR as their toy car and try to sell it to you like new with miles
-- Fluid changes are better done by you or someone you trust
- Buy a used, low miles GTR with good history (may save $30K)
- Or buy a heavily discounted new GTRs
- If you modify it, you may risk voiding warranty if its found tune related; mod it once warr. is expired.
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