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The Nissan GT-R is unlike any other vehicle in the automotive brand’s lineup. The two door sports coupe was first introduced in 2007, and has been outperforming tough sportscar competitors ever since. Featuring a twin-turbo six cylinder engine, this high-performing machine is a spin off of Nissan’s earlier Skyline lineup. With a higher price point than other Nissan cars, the GT-R is a highly luxurious, high performing powerhouse of a sports car.
The 2016 Nissan GT-R offers buyers the ultimate trim level for this model year, the GT-R Nismo. With more power, a revised suspension, and new bodywork, the GT-R Nismo is sure to appeal to those who seek an even higher powered sports car. The non-Nismo 2016 GT-R models feature increased performance specifications, including an overall quieter cabin. The 2016 Nissan GT-R not only has a lower price point than the competition, it also leads the way with performance, interior, and exterior features - making it the best choice for luxury sports car drivers.
Nissan upped its standing in the world of luxury sports cars, with the all-new 2016 GT-R Nismo model. Featuring a revised suspension, new body work, and an impressive engine upgrade, the GT-R Nismo is ready to perform, and impress. Starting at $149,990, the 2016 GT-R Nismo is serious business for those who seek a track-ready sports car that can outperform the competition. Check out just how the 2016 GT-R Nismo stacks up in the performance world.
All-New Performance Features: This track-ready version of the GT-R features more standard performance upgrades than any other GT-R model.
Exterior Design Built for Performance: To help enhance aesthetics as well as performance, the GT-R Nismo features a list of exterior features that are as practical as they are good looking.
Interior Refinement: The interior of the GT-R Nismo is as luxurious as it is practical. Whether racing on the track, or racing to the office, the GT-R Nismo’s interior appointments are right on the money.
While the 2016 GT-R Nismo model offers the most extensive on-track performance, other trim levels of the 2016 GT-R offer new performance standards. Nissan made mild changes to the GT-R chassis, which increases overall handling, precision, and performance.
On top of changes under the hood, the automaker went to extensive lengths to ensure a quieter interior cabin ride, with an all-new noise cancelling system. Check out the new features below:
Everything about the 2016 Nissan GT-R is geared toward the overall power of the vehicle, and ultimate driving experience.
The 2016 Nissan GT-R is a high performing sports car. Competing with big name brands like the Porsche 911, and the Audi R8, Nissan’s GT-R more than stands up to the competition. Check out the following features that the GT-R encompasses, that the 2015 Porsche 911 Turbo and the 2015 Audi R8 4.2 simply do not.
With a starting MSRP of $101,770, the Nissan GT-R costs considerably less than its competitors.
LED low/high beam offers a better visual when driving at night
With standard exclusive features like Proximity Key, cargo tie downs, cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls, rear beverage holders, overhead console storage, power front passenger seat, rear bucket seats with armrests, voice activated audio control, and tire specific low-tire pressure warning - the 2015 GT-R leaps and bounds ahead of its competition.
Power and Performance
The 2015 GT-R offers a horsepower of 545, while the competition tops out at 520 - making it the more powerful choice.
Protecting your automotive purchase is important, and Nissan understands that. With a Powertrain Warranty of 60 months or 60,000 miles, drivers will stay protected longer with the GT-R. Porsche and Audi only offer a Powertrain Warranty of 48 months, or 50,000 miles.