Nissan GT-R In-Depth Review: Alright In today’s post I am going to be showing you my full review of Nissan GT-R 2020
Nissan GT-R In-Depth Review 2020 | (2020 Models, Pricing, Review)
Nissan GT-R 2020 In-Depth Review
The Nissan GT-R is an absolute beast, no wonder why the enthusiasts call it Godzilla. Nissan has updated its most expensive model in 2020 which they have named 50th Anniversary edition which comes with the new graphics on the hood going all the way to the back. The Nissan GT-R hit the streets back 1970 which gives it 50 years of domination on other supercars. The name Godzilla was given to it by the Australians back in the 80s as the R32 destroyed all the competition in the supercar market. Well, Things have changed since then as other car manufacturers have taken over offering better interior, better looks, and better performance. The GT-R has the same old interior and looks like it was a decade ago. So let’s talk about the performance of the GT-R.
Nissan GT-R 2020 In-Depth Review (Performance)
The New Nissan GT-R has 565 horsepower, 3.8 Litre Twin Turbo V6 Engine making it an absolute beast by achieving 0-60 mph in just 2.7 seconds, 467 lb-ft of torque on the premium and the track edition has about 600 horses beneath the hood. It serves your motive dutifully when you are on the track or just going to your office on a regular day. One more thing that the GT-R is famous about is its handling, it is so easy to handle on the corners even after having so much power.
2020 Nissan GT-R In-Depth Review (Features)
The Nissan GT-R weighs about 3933 lbs and has the fuel tank capacity of 19.5 gallons which means you can go as far as 350 miles on a full tank. Its interior adds a blend of Alcantara and red stitching on the front which looks really good. Its seats are so well cushioned and comfortable that you cannot resist on going on a long drive in this beast, the front seats can be easily occupied by a six-footers but that’s not the same story for the rear seats but you don’t buy a GT-R for that, do you?
The Nissan GT-R does have a better trunk space than some competitors, it offers 8.8 cubic feet which is probably enough for your set of golf clubs, the storage in the cabin is in the slim door pockets, a small tray in the center and a deep storage bin under the armrest.
The Nissan GT-R has the same old analog buttons but some of its techs are designed by Polyphony Digital, the creator of Gran Tourismo, but beyond the cool facts to show off among your friends, it’s not very good, it offers an eight-inch screen which enables Bluetooth streaming, Apple Carplay, and multi-touch control, but it’s not all bad as it offers an 11 speaker Bose sound system.
Nissan offers a basic warranty of three years or 36,000 miles, and the corrosion and drivetrain warranty are both valid for five years. Roadside assistance is standard for five years or 60,000 miles.
Nissan’s Safety Features
It does not come with the features that Nissan usually offers, it offers nothing in terms of extra tech as the Driver-Assists are made of a rearview camera and front and rear park sensors. It consists of the standard seat-mounted side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags, and head protection system.
Nissan GT-R 2020’s Models
The 2020 Nissan GT-R offers two variants, The Premium and The Track Edition, Both the variants include the same 3.8-liter V6 Engine but The Premium Edition is 565 Horsepower and The Track Edition is 600 Horsepower, both have a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission and standard All Wheel Drive.
Both the variants include 20-inch wheels, keyless entry, push-button start, heated front seats, and the driver seat has 8-way power-adjustable functionality, three switches control the transmission and suspension, All the infotainment system, Bluetooth streaming, apple car play, Sirius XM, HD radio, Navigation, and 11 speakers bose sound system are also same on both the variants.
The Track Edition adds a carbon-fiber roof on the exterior and black and red leather in the interior.
There are two models of the car, the premium and the track edition as the 50th-anniversary edition is marketed as a separate car with same specifications as the premium editions just the graphics are added, the starting price of the GT-R is $113,540, the anniversary edition is for $124,835 and the track edition is for $145,540, excluding the cost of destination and handling fee which is $1,795.
There is an additional 50th-anniversary package which costs $8,500 more than the premium edition, it adds exterior badging, new paint color such as Bayside Blue, 20-inch RAYS wheels, Alcantara headliner and a 50th-anniversary tag, also available in the premium interior package that allows access to the choice between four semi-aniline and hand-stitched leather upholstery options, as well as premium leather interior inserts. This will cost $4,280.
The Nissan GT-R successfully completed its 50 years and continued its legacy as the mighty Godzilla, its interior is outdated but under the hood, its a true beast and never fails to deliver the power you desire. It comes at a very low price-point as compared to its competitors but still challenges them in every way by offering you 600 horsepower and excellent handling. The GT-R is an absolute beast and no one can deny that but if you’re looking for luxury and latest tech you might just keep looking and if you’re looking for raw power on a comparatively low price-point this is the one for you.
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