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Old 01-05-2016, 09:39 AM
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3yrs later, crazy that prices have stayed atop the scale. Says a lot about the GTR
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Old 01-05-2016, 10:40 AM
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+1 seems like 60k is the price for entry.
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Originally Posted by Highway Riding View Post
+1 seems like 60k is the price for entry.
Ive seen a few on the 45-50k range. Not too bad. Mileage were under 75k too. Definitely worth it
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Old 01-05-2016, 12:16 PM
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Def would have to be in warranty for sure for me to even consider!
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Old 01-08-2016, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Highway Riding View Post
Def would have to be in warranty for sure for me to even consider!


If you're talking about under warranty the pricing is going to be considerably higher than $60k and the other pricing mentioned.
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Old 01-11-2016, 04:57 AM
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Originally Posted by GZire View Post
If you're talking about under warranty the pricing is going to be considerably higher than $60k and the other pricing mentioned.
Yup still see them in the $70+k range for something decent.
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Prices for used late model GTRs are out there in low to mid 70s with super low mileage.
What i noticed is the price difference between a 2009 to a 2015 is like 10-15k. For that price, I'd be looking for a late model for sure.
But still 60k for a decent GTR says they hold their value pretty good, which is nice cause I hardly see them around town. By the way...i don't see a lot of 370z's either...weird.
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Old 02-28-2016, 07:13 PM
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Weird, i haven't posted in a long time but thought i would stop by. There's an occasional GTR for sale in my neck of the woods and they're not too bad. The latest was '10 silver with 11k miles and it was $60k I think
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I'm still amazed at how Nissan introduced the GT-R in 2009 at $60k, then almost immediately doubled the MSRP. The people that bought in 2009 can effectively now sell their cars after using them for 7+ years without ANY depreciation. That is pure voodoo.
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Originally Posted by ninevoltz View Post
I'm still amazed at how Nissan introduced the GT-R in 2009 at $60k, then almost immediately doubled the MSRP. The people that bought in 2009 can effectively now sell their cars after using them for 7+ years without ANY depreciation. That is pure voodoo.
I don't think that's right ha, I work at a dealer and as long as I can remember they've always been right around 100k
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They started at like 82 but dealers weren't selling for less then 100k
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Damn so I was spot on. Cause I worked at the dealer in 2010 and my guess was on the dollar lol
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Old 03-02-2016, 07:30 AM
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Still want one i'll take a 09 for sure!
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Old 04-29-2016, 10:08 AM
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They've actually gone up then.


Because I remember abut 2013 a 2012 was only sitting at $42k with 15k miles.. I remember thinking in 10 years when your only $20k you will be mine... Looks like they GTR youtube kiddie boom thanks to 1320 jumped them back up.
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Old 09-18-2016, 04:06 PM
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Lets hope price goes down a bit
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Old 09-19-2016, 10:04 PM
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I had the opportunity to ride in one from someone in the local Z club that has one. (2012 lightly modded and tuned)
Im a big guy, hes not a skinny Asian either, and im sure that didn't help, It was fast but not OMFG WHOA. Not that much faster than some of the turboed Zs I've been in.
Does not feel as big as people make fun of it for being. Seats are Meh, Build quality is OK the leather wrapped interior is nice, but it wasn't like super nice leather you get in other brands. I don't know why its a 100k car tbh.

The GTR tax on parts is outrageous, the DCT HATES driving around town, wants to stay in 6th all the time unless you drop the hammer. I know i'm going to get flack for saying this but it feels like the next notch up from my 350z Nismo. It feels like a 60-70k car. I know the new one is nicer, and the Nismo is faster, and you can dump another 20k in it and make it omfg fast, but for the price, I feel like an Audi R8 in Manual would be more worth it. Just like the 370z It's to expensive for what it is.

And honestly look at the prices of rotors, fluids, checkups at the dealer, pads... If you are struggling to afford a 60k one, you won't be able to keep this maintained.

It's an amazing car and a mod-ible platform, and in 2008 for the price nothing could beat it. It isn't 2008 anymore though.

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Old 12-04-2016, 04:13 AM
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hahaah you guys funny.
check out the prices of GTR in turkey
https://www.sahibinden.com/nissan-sk...ing=price_desc

We only dream about buying GTR for 70-80k usd because of the taxes
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I run into your post. Just a few pointouts though. This would be better and a little lower please.
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Been seeing these in the mid 60K range for something decent w\under 50K miles but nothing under 20k miles.. With that said i just drove one on a track for 3 laps and it didn't disappoint. Granted 3 laps is like a going around the corner but it was enough to floor it on the track straights and feel what it is has to offer. After recently driving the 911 GT3 on the same track and a a friend's beast mode Turbo 911 it was hard to form an opinion. The GT3 was an animal where as this GTR was way more confidence inspiring. The steering wasn't as heavy as i thought it would have been and wasn't scary fast. Rewind a few weeks back and I drove a friend's tuned w\upgraded turbo's 2012 911 Turbo 6spd and that effn car was scary fast (guestimated @ just under 700HP). All in all the GTR feels like a car i could own for sure. And i mean as a practical car. Has plenty of space for crap, room for the little ones and def would be comfy for long rides (1-2 hour day trips). GTR FTMFW
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