2011 Nissan GT-R Consumer Review: Great But

2011 Nissan GT-R - Consumer Review

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Premium Coupe (3.8L V6 Twin-turbo AWD 6-speed Automated Manual)

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Great But
By johnny on


2011 Nissan GT-R Premium 2dr Coupe AWD (3.8L 6cyl Turbo 6AM)


I've had this for 4 months now and absolutely love it. However, many things need to be changed, before you think about purchasing, figure out what you care about. First ill start with the bad. The ride is very very harsh! The comfort setting does absolutely nothing to make the ride more comfortable. I live in the Midwest Chicago, Milwaukee area and the roads are horrible. Nissan needs to add a true comfort setting. The sound deadening is nonexistent because I can hear tons of road noise, gravel, rocks, exhaust, & transmission noises. No backup camera or parking sensors! Or memory & cooled seats! An $85k car should have it! Why they skimped on that it beyond me. A real launch!

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Unique Looks & MFD

Worst Features

ADD Memory Seats, Cooled Seats, Backup Camera & Parking Sensors, Better Sound Insulation, A Real COMFORT Suspension Setting, A Real Launch System That doesn't break! Even the 3K launch breaks! Come on Nissan, time to catch up to the German & Italians!
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By akshayg
on 04/19/11 01:17 AM (PDT)

thats quite a dumb review for a super car like GTR, a GTR was not made to feel like a Lexus, its made for performance and thats what it does best, Germans and Italians haven't built a car that can match the GTR performance for this price. You really have no idea what you are taking about.

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