Nissan GT-R

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2019
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2019 Nissan GT-R Ratings & Reliability
The GT-R is the latest generation of Nissan's premium sports car, which was previously known worldwide as the Skyline GT-R. The upgraded twin-turbo V6 engine puts out 565 hp. A NISMO version tops out at 600 hp. It drives all four wheels through a six-speed automated manual gearbox that is very jerky when driving at parking lot speeds. The car is blisteringly quick and laden with electronic gadgets, including launch control. Handling is super sharp despite the car's considerable size and weight, and the ride is quite stiff.
2009-2018
2009 Redesign Year
Nissan GT-R 2018
The GT-R is the latest generation of Nissan's premium sports car that was previously known worldwide as the Skyline GT-R. It is powered by a twin-turbo V6 that drives all four wheels through a six-speed automated manual gearbox that is very jerky when driving at parking lot speeds. The car is very quick and has impressive performance, but handling lacks some finesse. It competes with the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 or BMW M3.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $80,000 - $97,675 $71,190 - $85,890
2017 $76,950 - $81,475 $68,490 - $72,490
2016 $68,150 - $70,300 $60,525 - $62,425
2015 $60,675 - $66,550 $53,780 - $58,980
2014 $55,600 - $61,700 $49,035 - $54,435
2013 $51,775 - $53,125 $45,485 - $46,685
2012 $48,375 - $49,500 $42,390 - $43,390
2011 $45,100 $39,290
2010 $41,700 $36,390
2009 $38,975 $33,890