nissan gt-r for sale

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  • 2017
  • 18 000 km
  • Automatic
  • Pretoria (Gauteng)

R 2 499 900

Lets give you a brief rundown of the Godzilla so that you can make an informed decision before the actual purchase.

The Nissan GT-R came into the market as an underdog in the supercar arena with half the engine capacity most of its competitors, and it quickly made a name for itself as the giant slayer. It was a classic David vs Goliath scene, and where the GT-R makes up for its deficiency in displacement is in its engineering. Be it acceleration or its ninja-like cornering abilities, the Nissan does both with excellence, and this is how may giants fall. Some have even said the GT-R defies the laws of physics.

Over the years and through its different iterations, the Nissan has developed a strong following in the tuners market. What makes it so desirable in this corner is that it's engineered in a way which allows you to upgrade and modify it to the hilt – it really boils down to how far do you want to take it. There are several used Nissan GT-R's out there with a zero to 100km/h time in the lower two-second region. From the factory, the GT-R is lightning quick and has a brutal launch control to go with it. The 3.8-litre six-cylinder engine has served dutifully since the GT-R was introduced to our market and now produces 408kW and 632Nm from the factory, dispatching the zero to 100 km/h sprint in 2.9 seconds, to chase down a top speed of 315 km/h before running out of steam.

A Nissan representative once said "One of the possible reasons for the strong market for new and used Nissan GT-R models is the vehicle's bulletproof mechanics. Once owners and prospective customers realised that it is virtually impossible to break the engine and gearbox, the demand for used GT-Rs became stronger than ever." What this means for you as a prospective customer looking to purchase a used Nissan GT-R, is that you won't have to worry about the mechanics of this vehicle as you would with nearly every other sports car. This also attests to why GT-R conversions are so popular among owners. Of course, for even more peace-of-mind you can look into purchasing a certified pre-owned Nissan GT-R, which would have undergone a thorough screening before being sold.

This is still multi-faceted supercar even though its DNA has remained largely unchanged throughout its lifespan. For instance, there's a Nissan GT-R Black Edition which was set apart from the standard machine when it came into the market and is still a unique specimen even as a used Nissan GT-R. Nissan also released a 50th Anniversary Edition in 2020 to mark the model's half-century existence. Finally, there's a GT-R Premium Edition.

Aside from its athletic prowess, there are other reasons why you would want to buy a used Nissan GT-R. During its initial release into the world, the GT-R was one of the very few supercars which you could easily use as a daily driver without protest. The bulletproof V6 engine is adept at doing both the mundane tasks as well as the adrenaline-inducing activities - perfectly matched by a 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox. If you've read all of the above and are still interested in a used Nissan GT-R, we can finally answer that burning question:

Where can I buy a used Nissan GT-R?
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