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4 of 5 (80%) of consumers said they would recommend this vehicle to a friend.

Alot of maintenance

Reviewed by Mike
October 19, 2017

Great car fast great style the maintenance is way to expencive for the price of the car not worth it because of that cost at least 10,000 a year to maintain the car

I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: NO

attention grabber

Reviewed by GTRJIM
August 02, 2017

The only super car you can easily drive daily, take your significant other and luggage on a trip, and have maintenance costs like a soccer mom sedan. Averages close to 20 mpg except when blowing away 99.9% of two and four wheel rides. Be prepared to show it and have it photographed every time you drive it. When asked how I like it, I always respond : "it makes me feel about your age." no matter how young they are. I'm 75.

I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: YES

This car is Awesome!

Reviewed by TaraLC
June 08, 2017

This car is so hot! I absolutely love everything about it! It drives amazing, I'm so happy to have one.

I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: YES


Reviewed by GTR315VET
January 17, 2017

Sales Price: The price range for the GTR varies depending on condition, mileage, age and location. A new 2017 GTR and be purchased for about $110,000 USD, the used GTRs can be found for around $42,500 to $89,900 USD. If I had the money to buy one, I would purchase a used GTR for around $60,000 USD for the best bang for my buck. Gas mileage/horsepower: Wondering what’s under the stylish hood? Well, it’s a currently it’s a gas powered 3.8-liter twin turbo V6 that produces 565 horse power! For better traction all of that power is sent to all of the wheel making the GTR All-Wheel Drive. Overall the GTR gets 16 MGP in the city and 23 MPG on the highway. Safety: The GTR is Packed with safety devices and engineered to protect you in the event of a crash. Safety features include front and side curtain airbags. The front and rear of the car are designed to crumple in a crash. Comfort: The skyline is designed around the driver for pure comfort in a sporty package. An 8-inch touch screen comes standard to allow the driver to access hands free texting, navigation and entertainment. One thing that may lack on the inside is cup holders. The GTR has two cup holders up front and 1 in the back, that’s all you need but it seems todays car culture revolves around how many cup holders you can fit in your car. Overall look: The overall look of the GTR in my opinion is stunning. The lines of the car are aggressive yet suddle. The profile of the GTR presents an overwhelming athletic stance about the car. You can look at the car and know that its meant to go fast.

I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: YES

great car with design but has a few issues

Reviewed by brandon bishop a car performer
December 01, 2016

nice driving good handling great design but lacks sturdy track grip in tires but overall its a great car for its price

I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: YES

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