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2009 Nissan GT-R Base 2dr Coupe

2009 Nissan GT-R
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All Wheel Drive, 2 Door Sedan, Subcompact
16 mpg city / 21 mpg hwy
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November 18, 2009 by Jon Alain Guzik

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2009 Nissan GT-R

DriverSide Overview
Few Japanese vehicles manage the kind of clout the indomitable Nissan GT-R brings to the table. The GT-R, known in certain circles by the name of the sedan it was once based on, Skyline, doesn’t need to demand respect, as anyone who has ever run into the legendary badge on the grille knows what the vehicle is capable of. An all-wheel drive, twin-turbocharged monster, the GT-R devours asphalt and offers brute strength and speed at will. Ribbons of highway will evaporate quicker than gasoline on hot asphalt with nothing more than a push of your right foot, and any number of twisties and off-camber apexes are nothing than fodder for the GT-R’s precision-tuned suspension. The GT-R offers supercar performance for a fraction of the typical supercar price. This is the kind of vehicle that frustrates Ferrari and Lamborghini owners the way a successful peasant uprising would enrage a monarch. The Nissan GT-R is a clear shot across the bow of high-performance automakers everywhere, proving that world-class power and precision does not require a world-class price tag and a second mortgage. If you’ve got the money and the inclination for speed, there is no better performance car on the market today.





What's to Like
The power is troublesomely addictive. Plant your right foot and you’ll think twice about doing it again as you are pushed back into your seat, G-forces condensing your innards into goo – we mean that in the best possible way. The launch from 0 to 60 happens so quickly – just 3.3 seconds – that you barely have time to register legal speeds before the car is pouncing on 100-plus. The GT-R offers the kind of oomph that will give you a racecar driver's God complex, in a good way, of course.
 
What's Not to Like
The GT-R’s exterior styling is clearly Japanese and that may or may not be to every one's taste. There’s little that is classically beautiful about the car from the exterior. Instead, it works on redefining what we commonly conceive as gorgeous, and in our eyes, we like what we see. There’s a purposeful look to the car that clearly exudes power, and it should grow on the public after a bit.
 
The Drive:
DriverSide Driving Impressions

Spend any amount of time behind the wheel of Nissan’s GT-R and you become keenly aware of its purpose. The GT-R is built to excel at being fast and it communicates that point in a way that all of the automotive reviews and all of Nissan's' pamphlets never could. The sound of the twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-6 is a symphony of speed, whispering promises of untold tarmac domination. While some may think the suspension is clearly too stiff to endure on a day-to-day basis, the GT-R wasn’t manufactured to compete with the legions of Corollas on the daily commute death march out there. The GT-R was purposefully engineered to posses the perfectly manicured asphalt of road courses across the world, and to that extent, it’s as close to perfect a car produced.
 
Engine and Drivetrain
The GT-R is powered by a 3.8-liter, twin-turbo charged V-6 engine that produces around 480 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. We say around because each engine is hand produced – like a Kiton suit – and inconsistencies in the procedure have led to variations in the amount of power of each engine, with some having more than 500 horsepower. Each engine is mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission with three modes depending on the severity of driving. The transmission puts power to all four wheels via one of the most beautiful all-wheel drive systems on the planet. You want proof of performance, check the multitude of configurable electronic gauges on the flat screen in the center stack.
 
Interesting Vehicle Features and Options
The only real option is a $2,050 Premium Edition with summer tires, more airbags and a better sound system, which is a good option to check off. An excellent feature is the paddle-shifting transmission; it is a true wonder, matching the rpms for downshifts, and in R mode, determining what the next gear selection should be based on throttle position. The GT-R's brakes – with Brembo performance rotors with 6-piston calipers up front and 4-piston calipers in the rear – are impressive, bringing the hefty car to a halt almost before you decide to plant your foot on the pedal.
 
Key Technology Evaluation
If you opt for the pricier GT-R Premium, you’re treated to an impressive 11-speaker digital Bose stereo system that’s linked to the standard 30-gig music storage device. The GT-R also comes standard with an in-dash CompactFlash reader, XM satellite, speed-sensitive volume control and 7-inch touch screen navigation. Aside from providing directions, the touch screen can also display a multifunction meter that shows everything from the amount of G-force encountered during cornering to lap times and throttle position and, in true geekboy style, was designed by the company that developed the Gran Turismo video game.
 
Green Evaluation/Gas Mileage
If you own a GT-R, fuel economy isn’t your primary concern. With gas mileage that’s on par with most large trucks, the GT-R is a thirsty monster. The GT-R tends to pull in 15 mpg city and around 22 mpg highway. The good news is, the touch screen can be configured to display fuel economy on the fly, guilt tripping you into staying out of the throttle as much as possible, which is a hard thing to do.
 
A Closer Look:  Vehicle Details
Interior

The GT-R offers plenty of leather and suede to greet both driver and occupant, with comfortable racing seats with high bolsters to keep everyone planted during cornering. The power adjustable driver's seat is even more trick and fits like a glove. The GT-R’s steering wheel provides a number of controls just within finger reach, and the bold gauges with emphasis on the tachometer are clearly geared toward performance.
 
Exterior
Outside, the GT-R looks and sits bigger than it actually is and displays a muscular and squat stance that belies the power under the hood. The sloping roofline drops into the rear deck somewhat abruptly, giving the GT-R a rakish coupe feel that is undeniably sporty. In the rear, the classic Skyline circular tail lights tie the GT-R into its long line of performance heritage and the GT-R shows off its red Brembo brakes through attractive twenty-inch six-spoke wheels. The GT-R looks like a tiny Japanese powerlifter after three cycles on the 'roids – all bulges, ripped muscles and brooding anger. Whatever you do, don't make it angry.
 
Market Segment and Pricing
The Nissan GT-R is priced at $69,850 for the anything-but-basic base model and $71,900 for the Premium Edition, though you can expect some serious dealer mark ups, especially in the early months of delivery. That number puts it in the ring with bruisers like the Corvette Z06 at $72,125 and the Ford Shelby GT500KR at $79,995, as well as European mainstays like the Porsche 911 Carrera at $73,500. Still, its performance outdoes any of the cars in its price range, reaching for vehicles well over the $100,000 mark. We think, even at over $70K, it's a bargain.
 
What We Think
What do you want out of your car? If you’re looking for something that announces your wealth as you pull up to the red carpet, there are better choices out there and frankly, you don't deserve this car. If you want a car that exudes track domination and lives on the blistering edge of technology, then the GT-R is the car for you. It lives to show the world all there is to love about raw power. The GT-R is an impressive effort from a company not recently connected with supercar performance. We feel, for the money, there is nothing better out there.



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2009 Nissan GT-R in the U.S. – 2009 Nissan GT-R in the U.S.After years of grey-market imports, Nissan is officially bringing the Skyline GT-R to North America. Only without the Skyline name.We had our first taste of the production car on its home turf in Japan late last year. Then Source: www.automobilemag.com

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Sam Smith on the 2009 Nissan GT-R – Sam Smith on the 2009 Nissan GT-RIn the four hours, forty-four minutes, and fifteen seconds that I spent with the GT-R, I feel like I learned a lot. I learned that it is entirely possible-though not necessarily smart-to make a big, hulking, two-door Source: www.automobilemag.com

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Godzilla Lands: Nissan GT-R Arrives in U.S. – Godzilla has arrived. In tidy rows of primary colors—red, white, black, and silver—topped in protective plastics. They’re arranged at a port in Jacksonville, Florida, waiting to be handed over to dealers and delighted new owners who pre-ordered Source: feeds.feedburner.com

2009 Nissan GT-R Pricing Announced – 2009 Nissan GT-R Pricing AnnouncedThe price to put yourself behind the wheel of a Nissan GT-R will start at $70,850 for base models. Buyers of the Premium model receive stickier rubber, a Bose audio system, heated front seats and side and curtain air Source: www.automobilemag.com

Review: 2009 Nissan GT-R – (Credit: Corinne Schulze/CNET Networks) It must be Christmas, because a 2009 Nissan GT-R showed up in our garage. Just like how we spent 1973 transfixed by commercials for the Vertibird Rescue Ship toy, we slathered over every specification sheet an Source: crave.cnet.com

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ZR1 vs GTR at the 'Ring - Garage419 – Side by side comparison of both the Nissan GTR and the Corvette ZR1 at the Nürburgring (Nordschleife). These two videos were released by GM and Nissan as evidence of lap records, both starting a timer at different points on the track. To compare the Source: www.garage419.com

Top Gear: GT-R vs. Bullet train – Filed under: Etc., Videos, Nissan, CelebritiesTop Gear has turned its stellar production values loose on the GT-R. In the interest of compelling television, it's not just a review. In pursuit of hilariousness, May and Hamster set off on a bullet trai Source: feeds.feedburner.com

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It Has Begun: Powerhouse Amuse Tunes GT-R to 611 Hp – PowerHouse Amuse has turned its tuning mettle to the undeniably lust-worthy GT-R. The company is using their crème de la crème Nissan as a track and show car to demonstrate the parts they offer for the twin-turbo six, including ECU tuning, exhau Source: www.autofiends.com

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Nissan GT-R Spec V Video – Always getting the scoop, Car Mag UK has some spy video on the more than rumored Nissan GT-R Spec V at the Nurburgring. Supposedly with 200 pounds less weight and a bunch more horsepower the Spec V laps the ‘Ring a full eighteen seconds faster Source: www.autofiends.com

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Hennessey Godzilla 700 Nissan GT-R – Hennessey’s our kind of tuner. Those guys will wring every last bit of horsepower out of just about anything interesting, and that means the mighty Nissan GT-R has passed through its garage bays on more than one occasion. Hennessey started out by Source: www.autofiends.com

Cobra Technology tunes Nissan GT-R – Filed under: Tuners, Supercars, Nissan Click above for high-res image gallery of the Cobra Technology Cobra N+ Tuning Concept Cobra Technology has released a handful of images and info on its tuned Nissan GT-R, dubbed the Cobra N+ Tuning Concept. The Source: feedproxy.google.com

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Power Enterprise Nissan GT-R – Get this, Fiends. Quad. As in four. As in two more than the already potent stock twin-turbo set up. We don’t need to ask you why on Earth anyone would want to lay not one, but two supercharges on top of Nissan’s giant-killing GT-R. We know it’ Source: www.autofiends.com

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Wald Tunes Nissan GT-R and Lexus IS-F For Tokyo Auto Salon [Tokyo Auto Salon] – Styling specialists Wald are showing upgrades for both the Nissan GT-R and the Lexus IS-F at this years Tokyo Auto Salon, the ramen-flavored version of SEMA. Wald only really does exterior modifications, so don't expect go-faster parts on either of t Source: feeds.gawker.com

Video: Nissan GT-R On The Nürburgring, In The Snow – We all know the Nissan GT-R can set a blistering lap around the Nürburgring in the dry. But with a sophisticated all-wheel-drive system, Godzilla should be plenty capable of tackling the ‘Ring even when it’s all covered with snow. After Source: www.autofiends.com

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Video: HKS Nissan GT-R GT570 At Fuji – Looks like HKS has finally gotten around to getting its mighty GT570 package for the GT-R out on track. And not just any track, either. The tuning gurus took their handiwork to the legendary Fuji Speedway for a quick lap. The GT570 package ups the G Source: www.autofiends.com

Revised Nissan GT-R clocks 7:27.56 lap time at the Nürburgring – Filed under: Motorsports, Coupes, Sports/GTs, Supercars, Nissan 2010 Nissan GT-R at the Nurburgring - Click above for a hi-res gallery Enough is never enough. Not when you're talking supercars and Nürburgring lap times. As if enough jaws weren't Source: feedproxy.google.com

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