The price of the Nissan GT-R has risen significantlyJuly 11, 2019
The company announced prices for the Nissan GT-R 2020 model year, which reflected one of the largest increases in the entire history of the model.
Nissan GT-R rises in price every year since its introduction in 2007, but this increase is at an all-time high. It touched all the complete sets of this model. Named prices of the American version, but you can be sure that in other markets GT-R will not be cheaper.
One of the main reasons for the rapid growth is the abolition of the basic Pure, which cost 99,990 dollars. Now it does not exist, and Premium will play the role of initial, which is already worth at least 113,540 dollars: now it is the starting price of the GT-R. In addition, if you compare the price of the Premium version of the sample for 2019 and 2020, you can see a price increase of $ 3,000. He explains the modernization: the new pattern of 20-inch alloy wheels RAYS and modified turbines.
A novelty in the GT-R lineup can be considered the 50th Anniversary Edition anniversary series. It is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Nissan GT-R. Features of the series – three two-tone color schemes of the body, reminiscent of the classic GT-R of past years. The reminder will cost $ 8,500 – the starting price for the GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition is $ 122,040.
Oriented to the ring track, the GT-R Track Edition will be available only on August 25, but its value has already been named – it is $ 17,000 more than in the outgoing version. The car costs 145,540 dollars, but this is only the starting price, which will increase if the brakes are modified.
Finally, the GT-R version of NISMO was noted for a record high price increase. So far it has cost 175,540 dollars, and now it will be 210,740. The company claims that this is justified by upgrading the model.
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