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Old 9th March 2010, 06:19 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Your first pic looks to be gunmetal around the rev counter digits.
Look at an MY09 in sunlight from that angle and they look that colour as well.

Maybe I have an MY10in09 model?
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Old 9th March 2010, 10:38 PM   #47 (permalink)
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Maybe beaver is correct - i'm certainly no expert! But, it is updated on the Vehicle Certification Agency website VCAcarfueldata for the 2010 model. So I would assume that your V5 should reflect this if you have a 2010 model. I haven't got my car yet so I can't confirm... but if the 2010MY updates are important to you perhaps you should query it with the supplying HPC.
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Old 10th March 2010, 07:54 AM   #48 (permalink)
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Why not go down,put the 2010 models on a lift and measure the coolantlines that go to the transmission in the transmission tunnel,2 alloy pipes on the left side..... they are bigger on the 2010 models....we should find it easy...mine are 16mm and i have a early 09 model without Satnav....one of the first delivered

So if you got real 2010 models,they must be bigger then 16mm...
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Old 10th March 2010, 08:29 AM   #49 (permalink)
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or just check the battery, should be a stronger one...

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Why not go down,put the 2010 models on a lift and measure the coolantlines that go to the transmission in the transmission tunnel,2 alloy pipes on the left side..... they are bigger on the 2010 models....we should find it easy...mine are 16mm and i have a early 09 model without Satnav....one of the first delivered

So if you got real 2010 models,they must be bigger then 16mm...
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Old 10th March 2010, 08:48 AM   #50 (permalink)
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If anybody can do any of the above on collection, they are a better person than me !

Even on collection, running though indicators, seat position .. service requirments - I was in the 'for F!$*K sake give me the keys I'm off ! ... mood
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or just check the battery, should be a stronger one...
Yeah,forgot about that,a lot less complicated
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Old 10th March 2010, 08:22 PM   #52 (permalink)
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First thing I noticed when I collected my car today was that the brakes had Nissan stamped on them in big letters instead of the expected Brembo.

Upon closer inspection later though Brembo appears in smaller letters underneath.

So it looks like they are Brembo brakes but Nissan want the credit

Makes no difference to me, but I would suggest this is an obvious indicator of a 2010 model.
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Old 10th March 2010, 09:01 PM   #53 (permalink)
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First thing I noticed when I collected my car today was that the brakes had Nissan stamped on them in big letters instead of the expected Brembo.

Upon closer inspection later though Brembo appears in smaller letters underneath.

So it looks like they are Brembo brakes but Nissan want the credit

Makes no difference to me, but I would suggest this is an obvious indicator of a 2010 model.
A lot of 09 cars have that too. Not sure when they changed the lettering, might have been non-nav/nag system switch.
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Old 10th March 2010, 09:08 PM   #54 (permalink)
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A lot of 09 cars have that too. Not sure when they changed the lettering, might have been non-nav/nag system switch.
Didn't realise that - all the GT-R's I have seen have the Brembo lettering only.

I guess it would help if we knew what we were looking for.
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The lettering on the Brembo brakes changed to coincide with the introduction of the Satnav cars if I'm not mistaken.

My black / black MY2010 car has just arrived at Ancaster, will be trading in my non-nav against it and then promptly exporting it to Germany.

Seems a few treats are sneaking in after all, great news about the higher capacity battery and what's this I'm hearing about a wider sat-nav screen??
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Why not go down,put the 2010 models on a lift and measure the coolantlines that go to the transmission in the transmission tunnel,2 alloy pipes on the left side..... they are bigger on the 2010 models....we should find it easy...mine are 16mm and i have a early 09 model without Satnav....one of the first delivered

So if you got real 2010 models,they must be bigger then 16mm...
haven't you got an MY10 engine though
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If anybody can do any of the above on collection, they are a better person than me !

Even on collection, running though indicators, seat position .. service requirments - I was in the 'for F!$*K sake give me the keys I'm off ! ... mood
LOL, I know that feeling.
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Old 11th March 2010, 02:49 PM   #58 (permalink)
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or just check the battery, should be a stronger one...
What are the MY2009 & MY2010 battery strengths?
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Old 11th March 2010, 03:09 PM   #59 (permalink)
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Nissan docs say 45 vs 52 Ah.

Docs also say that MY10 cars have chassis numbers from JN1GANR35U0120002 and up.

I would expect that recognizing the car by dial color would be the most difficult way, as its only the inner part of the rev and speedometer which are affected, while the outside ring is still silver - so easy not to notice the difference!

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do these chassis numbers apply for the whole of europe? do uk cars come with a rear fog light?
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