2009 Nissan Gt-r on 2040-cars
Orlando, Florida, United States
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Single owner pristine example of a stock GTR. You can of course put aftermarket upgrades from a
clean slate, not somebody elses ragged out drag car. I very much wanted an early car when the GTR was first
announced. I was able to secure the 109th one ever imported to America as a new model car. My thoughts were that my
wife and I would have this car as an investment which meant that we'd have it for more than 20 years. That's why
you'll see we took special care of this car. I still believe it's a good investment, but our circumstance has
changed. This car has never been LAUNCHED. The launch control has
never been used since I have owned the car and I am the first owner.
This GTR is 6 years old and even as meticulous and anal retentive as I am, it's not showroom perfect. Someone had a
getaway cart at the grocery store and it hit the front bumper. It has a small scratch. The interior on this car is
easy to scuff. There are small areas around the window buttons that show a little bit of wear and there is a small
mark on the dash on the passenger side. I believe the paint overall to be in excellent condition. Heck, I had the
factory plastic on the floorboards until about 6 months ago when the dealer took them out without asking me. That
really made me mad. I have done the oil changes personally at my shop using OEM parts of course at 6k intervals.
This car has large flat aluminum sides and there are NO door dings. It actually still smells new as we've never
smoked or eaten in the car.
Nissan GT-R for Sale
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Auto blogTue, 19 Nov 2013
Performance cars are fun to drive and all, but at the end of the day ,owners drop big bucks on what are often ridiculously unpractical vehicles for the bragging rights. And when it comes to ultimate bragging rights, few get more publicized than lap times for everyone's favorite stretch of German pavement, the Nürburgring. Enter the 2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo.
After rumors about a 7:08 lap time appeared yesterday, Nissan confirmed has confirmed the news today with video footage of the run, which took place on September 30. The official lap time is just seven minutes and 8.679 seconds, putting the GT-R Nismo about 11 seconds off the pace of the Porsche 918 Spyder - some six seconds quicker than the far costlier Lexus LFA. Some admitted - but hard-to-spot - missteps by Nissan driver Michael Krumm would indicate that the car actually left some time on the table.
With this time, Nissan claims that the 595-horsepower GT-R Nismo is the "fastest volume production car" around the track. The definition of "volume" could surely be contested here, though, considering the small numbers in which the GT-R is sold. While we don't have global GT-R sales figures, this year has only seen 1,063 units sold through October, and there were close to 1,300 sold in all of 2011 and about 1,200 in 2012. While this loosely defined claim will only add to the Nürburgring lap time squabbling, it is no less impressive. Check out the record run for yourself in the video below, which is accompanied by an official press release.
The next-generation of the not-for-US-consumption Nissan Qashqai has been out doing some testing in southern Europe this week. And, if the dressed-in-trash-bags look is any indication, it's been doing a lot of roadwork so it can make weight for the big meet the weekend.
Nissan designers haven't been scared to take big design chances with recent new models, so expectations are that the Qashqai crossover will get a bold new visage for its generational changeover. What we see in these photos indicates a sleeker, slightly trimmer CUV however, with no trace of the bug-eyed look we captured recently on a testing Titan.
In the rest of the world, it's a good bet that the Qashqai will be powered by engines ranging from a 1.2-liter turbo up to a 1.6-liter forced-induction unit; that larger one good for something like 215 horsepower. Diesel powerplants will be in the mix, too, for the compact CUV, and word is that Nismo might get its hands on this Rogue cousin for the first time ever.
With features like lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring and moving object detection bundled into its Safety Shield suite, Nissan touts the Versa Note as among the safer vehicles on the road. And to highlight that, the Japanese automaker has taken its diminutive hatchback Zorbing.
Zwhat now, you ask? Zorbing. It's a sport (really more of a recreational activity, if you ask us) that involves getting into a giant inflatable ball, rolling down a slope and, well... that's about the extent of it. It's the same thing we did on hills as kids, only with more plastic. And ridicule.
The CarZorb which Nissan had crafted for the Note measures 60 feet around and weighs a metric ton. Nissan tested the device, which took two months to make, at a "top secret military training facility in the UK," then placed the hatchback inside and rolled it down a hill, all for the sake of the two-minute video clip below. So we hope you enjoy.