Nissan GT-R to start at £52,900; not in UK until March '09
4 March 2008

Nissan UK has released prices and specification for the new Nissan GT-R, which will start at £52,900. UK deliveries will begin in March 2009, with only ten selected GT-R dealers accepting pre-orders accompanied by a £3500 deposit from 2 April 2008.The base model GT-R will set you back £52,900, while the range topping GT-R Black Edition has a sticker price of £55,500. Slotting in between these two models is the GR-R Premium Edition at £54,200, which features automatic headlamps and an 11-speaker Bose audio system.Standard equipment includes eight-way adjustable leather front seats, dual zone climate control and cruise control, plus a 9GB HDD Music Box system for storing music. Arguably the best feature in Nissan’s new supercar is the multi-function LCD screen. This displays all the essential information including lap times, fuel consumption, Sat Nav and even lateral g-force.

Our Verdict

Nissan GT-R

The Nissan GT-R is not a cheap car, but it’s better value for money than cars that are seemingly as fast

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