2019 Nissan GT-R Model Review

16/22  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
2.9  Sec.
0-60 MPH
2
Doors
4
Seats
8.8  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2019 Nissan GT-R Model Review

Since its origins in 1969, the Nissan GT-R has always been known as a powerful, cutting-edge sports car. But as with any vehicle, the GT-R has gotten a number of improvements and modifications over the years. Now, the GT-R is even more powerful, comfortable, and safe than ever before. With four trim levels and two engines available, there is sure to be a version of the GT-R that speaks to you. The latest GT-R features an aerodynamic design complete with side sills and a streamlined rear spoiler. Depending on your choice of trim level, you'll get extra features too, such as a Bose sound system, leather seats, and sound-dampening technology that reduces noise from the road and the engine. The front seats in this year's GT-R are comfortable and spacious, and the suspension system is quick and tight, making you feel in control at even the highest speeds.


2019 Nissan GT-R Interior

2019 GT-R Trims & Features

This year, the GT-R comes in four trim levels. The base model is called Pure. The Pure offers a number of standard features, including a well-equipped eight-inch infotainment screen with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and voice command. Navigation is also included in the base model, and satellite radio is available. The Pure features 20-inch alloy wheels, custom Brembo brakes, and a backup camera with rear parking sensors to help you reverse with confidence and ease. A push-button start is standard, as is a dual-zone climate control system with a built-in microfilter. Variable intermittent wipers adjust to the volume of rain, while two 12V power outlets keep your electronics charged and ready when you need them. Heated front seats are standard on all trim levels.

The Premium adds leather seats with suede inserts for comfort. It gets a higher-end Bose sound system, 11 speakers, and a subwoofer. Active noise cancellation dampens engine and street noise to make your rides more pleasant. The Track Edition features these amenities plus leather seats with signature black and red stitching. The steering wheel, shift knob, and parking brake leather are all wrapped in leather, and the interior is adorned with a combination of aluminum and carbon-fiber accents. The range-topping edition is the Nismo. The Nismo gets a more powerful standard engine and looks to match. Carbon fiber graces its truck, side grilles, and fascias. The steering wheel is wrapped in a trim-exclusive material, and you get special lightweight forged-alloy wheels.

2019 Nissan GT-R Horsepower

2019 Nissan GT-R Exterior FrontThere are two different engines that power the 2019 GT-R. The base engine, which comes standard on the first three trim levels, is a 3.8L engine with a twin-turbo design and six cylinders. This engine produces an impressive 565 HP at a maximum of 6,800 RPM. It also generates nearly 470 LB-FT of torque at a range of 3,300 to 5,800 RPM. The Nismo gets an engine that produces even more power. On the Nismo, you'll still get a 3.8L engine with six cylinders. But this one generates a whopping 600 HP instead. Its torque output climbs to 481 LB-FT at a maximum RPM of 5,600. All-wheel drive is standard on all four trim levels, and both engines take regular gasoline.

Nissan GT-R Safety

2019 Nissan GT-R Exterior RearThe Nissan GT-R certainly leads the way in power and performance. However, its safety amenities are equally impressive. Protection starts on the outside with the sporty GT-R, which features energy-absorbing columns, hood buckling creases, and front and rear crumple zones. Inside you will find front, side, and overhead airbags that protect occupants in case of a collision or a rollover. A child seat safety locking system is standard. Tire pressure monitoring, a traction control system, and vehicle dynamic control are other standard 2019 GT-R safety features.

The 2019 Nissan GT-R must be experienced close-up with a test drive, so come out to Peoria and take this amazing sports car out for a spin.


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