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 blogMon, 10 Sep 2012
What do you call a Nissan Versa with a new nose and a home in the Indian car market? A Renault Scala. Given a chrome grille insert, the blacked-out crossbar common to Renaults and a few other "status-enhancing" tweaks, the Scala is Renault's fifth offering in India and rounds out its segment coverage.
The Scala is not only positioned as a sedan with value pricing and luxurious equipment, it is presented as a carriage for the chauffeured classes: best-in-class roominess, leather seating, rear vents for the climate control and two cupholders in the rear armrest attend to the boss in the back.
An 86-horsepower diesel and a 99-hp gas engine take care of matters up front. Available now in three trims, it joins the Pulse hatch, Fluence sedan, and Koleos and Duster SUVs in Renault's Indian line-up, and comes with Renault's CompleteCare service and 24/7 Roadside Assistance. Have a read of the press release below for more info.
If you're thinking, "hey, that looks familiar..." you aren't alone. We've already seen photos of the 2015 Chevrolet City Express van. And before that, we've already learned everything there is to know about the Nissan NV200 upon which its quite obviously based. Now, though, the City Express is holding its official coming out party at the Chicago Auto Show, and we finally have the official details about what'll hopefully make this van attractive to work-minded buyers.
To no one's surprise, the City Express doesn't offer any mechanical differentiation from its Nissan equivalent. Power comes from a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine rated at 131 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque, mated exclusively to a continuously variable transmission. Of course, the purpose of the City Express is less about what's under its hood and more about what it can haul in its capacious cargo area. Chevrolet says the front passenger seat can fold flat to create a work space or accommodate longer objects in the cargo bay, there's a center console designed specifically for maximum storage capability and both sides of the van have sliding doors. In addition, there are a plethora of integrated cargo mounts, floor-mounted D-rings and roof rack mounts throughout the vehicle.
Visually, Nissan's NV200 has never exactly been a handsome thing to begin with, and this City Express doesn't really tweak it for the better - to our eyes, it might even be less attractive. Even the design of the 15-inch wheel covers have been left alone, though the Chevy shown here appears to wear chrome-finished units.
Nissan's funky Juke mini-CUV is set to get a refresh at next week's Geneva Motor Show. If you're thinking that the Japanese automaker will take the opportunity to scale-back some of the crossover's polarizing exterior, think again: Nissan claims the new vehicle will feature an "even more striking design." And with stronger-than-expected sales worldwide for the model, we don't see the company's designers capitulating with a meek-faced mid-life update.
For now, the only look we have of this "striking design" is the teaser image shown up top (go ahead and click on it for a closer look). Nissan is also promising improvements in efficiency and refinement, although what that means for the Juke's fun-to-drive character is unclear.
Because we live in an age dominated by social media, the new Juke will perform a slow striptease on a variety of social networks, according to Nissan. It won't be a full reveal, but there should be some clues as to what the CUV's overall look will evolve into, before it's shown in all its glory in Geneva.