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Nissan GT-R

  • tickWeapons-grade performance
  • tickUndercuts supercar pricing
  • tickSurprisingly practical

Nissan GT-R coupe (2016 - ) MK3

It scarcely seems believable the GT-R has been around since 2007. Due to being so ahead of its time in terms of performance and technology, over the years it’s required little more than gradual power upgrades, subtle chassis tweaks and upgraded interior treatments to keep pace with newer opposition. The driving experience remains as intoxicating as ever, with incredible straight-line speed and immense cornering grip, ensuring the GT-R holds its own against all but the most exotic supercars. It’s still worthy of a place in anyone’s fantasy garage.
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Is the Nissan GT-R a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

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Power, handling, fuel and range.

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The body work may still look space age, and the latest cabin upgrades may have gone someway to lifting matters, but the GT-R’s interior is undoubtedly starting to look a wee bit dated. While some intriguing touches remain (including the bright red starter button next to the gear-stick, and the trio of toggle switches that turn everything into the bonkers ‘R’ mode), some of the plastics are hard and scratchy to the touch, and lack the quality of a Porsche 911. The driving position may prove a bit high for taller drivers, but the front seats are wide, comfortable, and supportive in all the right places. Forward visibility is fairly decent, but the rear view is significantly hampered by the chunky C-pillars and the enormous rear wing. At least the shift paddles have been moved from the column to the steering wheel, making mid-corner shifts more intuitive. The usability of the touchscreen infotainment menus and sat-nav is now a lot easier to use than earlier cars, thanks to a supplementary rotary controller.

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