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2013 Nissan GT-R Summary


Since the Nissan GT-R's arrival on U.S. soil it has been known as one of the best supercars available for the price. Each year the car receives a slight makeover, constantly refining and improving the already impressive platform. Despite this, the car remains mostly without pedigree and prestige, and that's a shame because the Nissan GT-R is one of the most breathtaking cars you will ever drive. Whatever the reasons behind the lack of notoriety, the single fact remains. For roughly $100,000 you simply cannot buy a better supercar. Its deficiencies in looks and interior quality are more than made up for when you hammer your right foot down and lurch into an unimaginable world of glorious, unsurpassable speed. In a ratio of price versus performance, nothing else comes close.

Alex Lloyd filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report after his test drive of the Nissan GT-R in Indianapolis and at Laguna Seca. Lloyd is a professional race driver and finished fourth in the 2010 Indianapolis 500 with sponsorship from the Boy Scouts of America.

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