2010 Nissan GT-R Reviews, Pictures and Prices | U.S. News Best Cars

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The Nissan GT-R is fast, and agile. Plus, its interior is comfortable, made up of quality and features practical cargo At this price point, the is a no-brainer.

In fact, Edmunds the 2010 Nissan GT-R the supercar bargain on the block.

its introduction in 2009, the Nissan or Gran Turismo-Racer has quickly world-renowned for its combination of raging performance, functional design and interior accommodations. Godzilla is one for the GT-R, and this first version of Nissan’s supercar up to the King of All Monsters title, Car and Driver. The GT-R trounces costing twice as much in much every area of making it one of the best bargains in

Still, the 2010 Nissan isn’t without its faults. In to a useless back seat, it mixed reviews for its looks. some purists cringe at the that the 2010 Nissan doesn’t come equipped a traditional manual transmission.

But taken as a whole, these are issues.

If you’re in the market for a luxury sports car. out the 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera. is the target competitor for the 2010 GT-R. In addition to the exclusivity by its nameplate, the 911 features a sleeker, controversial design, as well as performance abilities. The 2010 GT-R, however, features cargo room — its practicality.

Higher-end trims of the 911 also substantially more than the Nissan GT-R.

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Not only are you in a lot of camera-phone pictures you drive the GT-R, but another of the deal is that you end up taking a lot of for thrill rides. — Magazine Legendary in Japan, the GT-R has been affectionately as Godzilla for five-generations of supercars, the has finally crossed the Pacific and hit highways. It probably flew — Detroit News The is Nissan’s ‘look what we can car.

And they can do a heck of a lot. Orlando Sentinel Priced $80,000, the most expensive ever to wear a Nissan justifies its relatively lofty with the appearance, attitude most of all, the ability to dispatch many costlier, exotic foes, from the BMW M6 to the 911 Carrera Turbo. Only a ZO6 comes close to matching its index. — Kelley Book Nissan says the R in the of its new supercar, the GT-R, stands for After a few hours behind the of the 2009 GT-R, I believe the R actually stand for righteous. As in: is one righteous car.’ — Worth Star-Telegram

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