Prices for the Nissan GT-R start at $69,850 for the base model and $71,900 for the premium model; but good luck trying to find one at that price. A top Nissan executive is saying that he expects a 10 to 30 percent markup by dealers when the car goes on sale later this June.
So if you want to get behind the steering of Godzilla, expect to pay at least over $90,000 or $21,000 over the MSRP. And no, that does not include shipping fees.
60 percent of 2008’s shipments have already sold out. Nissan is allocating only 1,500 units of the GT-R per year.
The new Nissan GT-R is carries a 3.8 liter twin-turbocharged DOHC V6 engine that produces 473 horsepower. According to Nissan 0-62 comes in at 3.5 seconds.
2009 Nissan GT-R: