Can’t afford a Nissan GT-R? You may be able to lease one
Nissan of North America has told Inside Line that there will be a lease option on the 473 horsepower Nissan GT-R. That would make the supercar more affordable for the average consumer who is unable to finance the car for a full purchase Nissan, however, is still not offering any details on the lease program.
“There will be a lease option, but there are no concrete details,” Nissan’s North America Spokesman, Darryll Harrison, told Inside Line. “More information will be available in March or April, closer to the start of sales.”
“As you know, the GT-R is a supercar that will be sold in very low volumes and, as such, we anticipate that the vast majority of consumers will opt to buy the vehicle rather than lease,” he said.
Harrison also confirmed that a GT-R V-SPEC model is on the way but didn’t say if we’ll get it on the stateside.
Nissan hopes to sell 2,500 units of the GT-R for the U.S. next year with a starting price of $69,850. The premium model will run you $71,900.
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Source: Inside Line
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