It might be useful for certain countries. I'm sure I've read that in Spain you can only put factory approved mods on cars so for them this could be the only option...Useless car as for sure your not allowed to take it on track......buy a standard GTR,invest 10k and you will be a lot faster and still have change to buy breaking parts.........:chuckle:
In germany youre allowed to put things on which come with "Tüv" paperwork....how much of this exists for the GTR...correct,not that much:chuckle:It might be useful for certain countries. I'm sure I've read that in Spain you can only put factory approved mods on cars so for them this could be the only option...
Then please tell us the seats have a better alcantara immitaion tissue. . . . I was at the Nissan Gallery in Yokohama and seated in the Spec-V and a Nismo Club Sport GTR, which was there for advertising purposes . . . . both cars seats were worn out and edges busted!!!!! Which is dramatic as the seats cost as much as a new car and basicly the Nissan Gallery has not that much visitors, which would worn out the seats more, then you would anyway do, when you own such a GTR and drive it alot.No the full Clubsport package is £30k.
I'll be doing a full test of it as soon as the weather improves.
Oh No they cant and dont !!Because your paying for the NISMO badge/name, and Nissan know they can get away with it...
To be perfectly honest I agree with you, and if I had been in your shoes when looking for a new GTR I would have done the same (go the import route).Oh No they cant and dont !!
I waited for the Spec V (after going to the Tokyo motorshow in 2007 with the GTROC to see the GTR released) and when I heard that it was going to be twice the price of an allready exceptional car, I voted with my feet.
Enginge the same, gearbox the same, transmission the same etc why oh why try and fleece us, another reason I went to the dreaded (according to Mr Nissan) "import route" That'll teach em !!!
Its also very short sighted, if they sell one of these and make 25k profit, thats all you make. But if you had priced it at 12k and make 7k per sale, selling 10 makes you 70k, selling 100 makes you 700k.That aside, I would be really interested in the thinking behind the 88K price-point for this car, its not as if Nismo parts cost excessively more to manufacture than other high quality aftermarket bits? Can Nissan really put this inflated price down to ‘R&D’?