2015 Nissan GT-R Pricing Announced


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    2015 Nissan GT-R Picture

    The base 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium starts at $103,365. | January 22, 2014

Just the Facts:
  • The base 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium starts at $103,365, reflecting a $2,775 price increase over the 2014 model.
  • The 2015 Nissan GT-R Black Edition starts at $113,105.
  • The 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium and Black Edition are on sale now.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee — The base 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium starts at $103,365, including a $1,595 destination charge, reflecting a $2,775 price increase over the 2014 model.

The 2015 Nissan GT-R Black Edition starts at $113,105, including shipping.

The 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium and Black Edition are on sale now.

In the summer, the GT-R Track Edition and the new GT-R Nismo will join the lineup. The 591-horsepower Nismo version is called the "ultimate iteration" of the supercar.

The 2015 Nissan GT-R Track Edition starts at $117,305, including shipping. GT-R Nismo pricing will be announced closer to launch time.

GT-R changes for the new model year include a recalibrated suspension, an updated exterior look with LED headlights and a cabin with a more premium feel. The Track Edition models get a carbon-fiber trunk lid and the Premium Edition gets a new optional Ivory interior color. The Ivory interior package is priced at $4,000.

The Black Edition includes black aluminum forged RAYS wheels, a unique red-and-black interior, Recaro leather-appointed seats and a dry carbon-fiber rear spoiler.

The Track Edition gets a specially tuned suspension, special brake-cooling guides, front spoiler with carbon-fiber air ducts, special blue-trimmed high-grip seats, a lightweight carbon-fiber trunk lid, heated front seats and the addition of rear seats.

Options on the 2015 GT-R include Super Silver or Regal Red exterior paint, which adds another $3,000 to the bottom line.

The Nissan GT-R competes with the 2014 BMW M3, Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and Porsche 911.

Edmunds says: The MSRP on the 2015 GT-R crosses the critically important $100K barrier, which should not be a deterrent to any serious car shopper in this category.

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  • reminder reminder Posts:

    Another circumstance where if you have to ask the price, you can't afford it.

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