/2017 Nissan GT-R Premium Priced from $109,990

2017 Nissan GT-R Premium Priced from $109,990

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Nissan announced the official pricing for the new 2017 GT-R Premium, the first of four grade levels to be launched in mid-July. That makes the 2017 Nissan GT-R Premium the base model and yet it cost $109,990. This car is no longer a giant slayer. It’s become a giant itself.

Remember back when they pitched the GT-R as the performance bargain of the century? The soon figured they were charging way too little for what the car offered in terms of power and performance and kept bumping it with every new model. That brings us to the 110 grand 2017 Nissan GT-R Premium and its 565 horsepower engine, its supposedly refined interior, enhanced ride comfort and advanced technology.

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That’s the suggested manufacturer’s price that 110 grand, mind you. By the time this thing arrives in the showroom and the dealer adds his cut and the shipping company add theirs, the end user could end up paying well into 120s, and I’m sorry, but that kind of money can get you much nicer stuff than a GT-R. You can get a pretty well-specced 911 for that, or one of AMG’s high-powered luxury models.

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Still, should you decided the 2017 Nissan GT-R Premium is the car for you, the list of kit you get with this trim level include items such as semi-aniline leather in Rakuda Tan, Amber Red and Ivory, NissanConnectSM with Navigation, Mobile Apps and Services, Active Noise Cancellation and Active Sound Enhancement technologies as well as acoustic glass and targeted sound dampening features.

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