1,200 mile service 13/02/2012 - 1,272 miles, completed by Desira Nissan
12 months (G1) Service 01/11/2012 - 9,575 miles, completed by Desira Nissan
(G3) Service 07/08/2013 - 17,774 miles, completed by Desira Nissan
24 Month Service 07/11/2013 - 20,220 miles, completed by Desira Nissan
(G2) Service 02/06/2014 - 22,123 miles, completed by Desira Nissan
Looks like a nice well maintained clean car. The 24 mnth service was actually the 2nd optimisation by the look of it. The last service was carried out 2 mnths early probably for selling purposes.
According to Nissan the car should be on the high mileage service schedule because it did more than 9k miles in the first year and the second year. Yes I know it's ridiculous, but I know because I do more than 9k miles per year in mine and I have to have it serviced at..
54k miles etc
That is the official high (over 9k/year) mileage NHPC service schedule for MY11 onwards, optimisations are still every 12 mnths.
It won't make a blind bit of difference in reality of course, but just thought I'd mention it as a point of interest.
Gort, any car doing more than 9k miles a year is put on the above 'high mileage' service schedule. I made them print it off for me because I couldn't believe it. Yes it makes no sense, but I gave up arguing with them.
The service history on this car is absolutely to the book.
From MY11 onwards, the GT-R has a service every 9,000 miles or 12 months whichever comes sooner. There is no such stipulation that states that if the car does more than 9,000 miles a year then it has to have more regular servicing.
It is the same with all manufacturers and some have now gone computerised where the car tells you when it needs a service depending on distance or age or if the car has had a 'hard' life. Nissan does not this system and relies on the HPC to set the computer through the MFU when serviced.
The car looks good value and would be at £49,995 at a Nissan dealership.