The Nissan GT-R is a technical tour-de-force that combines electronically controlled all-wheel-drive with a twin-turbo V6 for maximum effect. Nissan's sporty coupe rivals the performance of many exotics, but features seating for four and a decent trunk, as well as the warranty and reliability of a mass-manufacturer.
Changes for 2011
For 2011, the Nissan GT-R base model has been dropped from the lineup. Auto on/off headlights and speed-sensitive windshield wipers are standard now, as is a USB iPod interface, Streaming Audio via Bluetooth and DVD playback.
The Nissan GT-R Coupe Premium comes standard with dual-zone automatic air conditioning, cruise control, navigation system, power windows, 8-way power heated driver bucket seat, 4-way power heated passenger bucket seat, bucket rear seats, tilting and telescoping steering-wheel, AM/FM/Satellite radio with CD-player, wireless connectivity, ABS, stability control, front airbags, front side airbags, side-curtain airbags, tire-pressure monitor, Xenon headlights and adaptive suspension.
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