Alan Cesar
Alan Cesar SuperDork
10/11/13 10:27 a.m.

[Editor's Note: Most first-year GT-Rs can be had for around $50,000 in 2019. While not yet cheap, it's still a lot of car for what you get.]

We asked some experts how to get the most out of Nissan's halo sports car, the GT-R. Here's what they had to say.

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Jordan Rimpela
Jordan Rimpela Digital Editor
9/17/19 8:15 a.m.

When you consider that a new Lexus RC 350 F Sport starts at $50k, and the BMW X2 M35i we tested came in at $55k, the first year GT-Rs don't seem so expensive, especially for what you get. 

bumpsteer New Reader
9/17/19 9:51 a.m.

Every time I start considering an "underrated" performance car whose price is on the decline, inevitably an article comes out regarding how it's a performance bargain, and then prices stagnate or start creeping back up due to interest.


"Why the 996 is the performance deal of the century!"

"Pulsar GTiR: the budget GT-R we never got in the US, now cleared for import."

"10 reasons why the C4 Corvette shouldn't be overlooked."

"Miata is always the answer."

Maybe some "secret" performance car bargains are best kept on the down low. Dang journalists always ruining my budget plans! wink Sheesh!


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