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>$100,000 0 0%
$50,000-$100,000 18 72.00%
$40,000-$50,000 6 24.00%
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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-08-2006, 04:01 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone have any guesses about the GT-R pricing? I have heard it is anywhere between $30,000-$80,000. I am hoping it is under 40k just so i can afford it.

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Under 40K is a pipe dream, sorry to burst your bubble.


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if you want, you can create a new thread with options at every 10k incriment
ie 30-40k, 40-50k, 50-60k, 60-70k, 70-80k, 80k-90k, 100-125k, 125k+
i think that would go better..
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$70,000-75,000 for one of those bad boys.
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if i could only bet on one number that would be within 5k of the actual price, it would be $54,999 in today's money.
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69,890 -71K with few options to bring it up close to 75k OTD like dave said
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Oh man, 70k EASY. I can't understand how you guys can claim it will cost less. There is just no way. Yes, it would be nice to be able to buy a GTR for 50k, but it can't happen. This car will be nicer than anything nissan/infinity has EVER put out, and will be superior to the Supra, if it is released. Recall how much the Supra went for 10 years ago, inflation correction, and how could you dream it would be less then 70k?


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Oh man, 70k EASY. I can't understand how you guys can claim it will cost less. There is just no way. Yes, it would be nice to be able to buy a GTR for 50k, but it can't happen. This car will be nicer than anything nissan/infinity has EVER put out, and will be superior to the Supra, if it is released. Recall how much the Supra went for 10 years ago, inflation correction, and how could you dream it would be less then 70k?
its been discussed a lot. but if you add up the components you can see how it could work at 50k and be profitable.
add some r&d and some gt-r name premium and you can go to 55k. nothing's been released to suggest that the car will be an elite car or otherwise limited production in any capacity. actually the contrary has happened- nissan execs have commented that it will make a good daily driver that can complimment euro sports cars. on the balance then the car imo is unlikely to streatch into the higher ranges. the gt-r was never about that (elite nature) anyway.

if you want to see what an elite car will be, that will definitely be $70k+, look at the lexus lf-a.
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its been discussed a lot. but if you add up the components you can see how it could work at 50k and be profitable.
add some r&d and some gt-r name premium and you can go to 55k. nothing's been released to suggest that the car will be an elite car or otherwise limited production in any capacity. actually the contrary has happened- nissan execs have commented that it will make a good daily driver that can complimment euro sports cars. on the balance then the car imo is unlikely to streatch into the higher ranges. the gt-r was never about that (elite nature) anyway.

if you want to see what an elite car will be, that will definitely be $70k+, look at the lexus lf-a.
I agree I could see them selling the car in the 50-60k range, but i stand by my pipe dream statement in that there's no way that the car will be under 40k around the price of the Z.


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for an N1, M-Spec Nur, factory Nismo S-Tune, expect about $85-$100,000. for standard issue, i'm betting $70,000 tax, tag, title --driveaway price. not sticker. the GTR will not be in the same league as the Z.

for R-Tune or V-Spec Nur: $100-$120,000+.

this is assuming such model variants will be carried over. i can assure you, there will be GTR model variants.

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