Used Nissan GT-R 2009-present review


Used Nissan GT-R
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What alternatives should I consider to a used Nissan GT-R coupe?

The Porsche 911 is a perennial favourite and a terrific used buy. It’s seriously rapid and grippy, yet also extremely refined and comfortable. Whichever version you buy you’ll come away from impressed and, like the GT-R, it even has two rear seats so the children can come along for the ride too.

The BMW M4 is blisteringly quick and has very high limits of handling and grip. It has even more room in the back than the 911 and the GT-R, if such things count to you. It’s cheaper, too, both new and used, and can be driven to the shops with relative ease.

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Used Nissan GT-R
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The Nissan GT-R is an immensely fast and surprisingly practical supercar, even if it is a little short on desirability

  • Immense power
  • Terrific grip
  • Bang for the buck
  • Feels heavy in corners
  • Interior a little cheap
  • Expensive to run