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2014 Nissan GT-R Gets Price Hike

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,112
edited September 2014 in Nissan

image2014 Nissan GT-R Gets Price Hike

The base 2014 Nissan GT-R Premium starts at $100,590, reflecting a $2,770 price increase over the base 2012 Nissan GT-R.

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  • Comparing a base GTR to a base 911 is a bit misleading.
    A base GTR is pretty much loaded and Porsche is notorious for striping base models down and gouging on the options.
    Plus why would you compare a 991 Carrera to a GTR? They're light years apart as far as performance goes.
  • maxx18maxx18 Posts: 7
    $100k base price? And there are still expensive options?

    The GT-R is still a fantastic car, but it certainly doesn't represent the value that it used to. I think the stage is set for a competitor to come along and steal some of the GT-R's budget supercar thunder.
  • I hope that a new model is coming. Thats what a price increase usually means... but there is no news of new models so I guess not. Anyway, still a great value, but very very expensive value. Good News? Thanks to that Abe idiot, the yen is depreciating very quickly, meaning that Japanese cars have a potential to drop in prices! yay! (for the future....)
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