2012 Nissan GT-R User Reviews
- $56,708 - $75,115
- No trim specified for this review
- Awesome car, and it's a Nissan
- Too much car for us
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This is amazing ... a $95,000 plus car, and the comments look like fall outs from a middle school essay contest. One person talks about the cost of "breaks" ... and others wonder about gas mileage? Do people spending $95,000 really spend that much time worrying about the difference in cost between 16 mpg and 20 mpg? Are they going to use the car for long distance daily commuting? If so, buy a Kia. We have a 370 Roadster (convertible) ... it's for pleasure, and it delivers that. The GT-R would just be too much car for us, and we know it.
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