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Nissan Gt-r Premium on 2040-cars

US $44,000.00
Year:2013 Mileage:11000 Color: Gray
Location:

Pomona, California, United States

Pomona, California, United States

Pristine 2013 Nissan GT-R.... Gun Metallic/ Black leather & Suede Recaro seats, original owner, 11k pampered miles, under factory warranty, as-new condition! JUST HAD NISSAN PREFORN A PPI INSPECTION ON 3/26 - CONFIRMED NEVER LAUNCHED OR TRACKED, ALSO HAD 36 MONTH SERVICE DONE Gun Metallic/ Black leather & suede Recaro seatsDual-clutch, paddle 6-speed transmission w/ automatic mode11k pampered milesCA car since newAWD (All-wheel drive)3.8 L twin-turbo V6 w/ 545 HP w/ 463lb-ft torque20" Dark-finished super-lightweight forged-alloy RAYS wheelsBrembo brakesHID Xenons & LED running lights & LED taillightsGT-R logo matsRear spoilerGPS NavigationDVD systemBluetooth systemBack-up cameraCold weather packageKeyless entry/startXM Satellite radioLoaded w/ all optionsNo dings/scratches or accidentsAll books and service recordsAlways garaged & hand washedAdult drivenNon-smokerClean titleAs-new condition **Pre Purchase Inspection completed by Nissan on 3/26/2015- Confirmed GT-R has never been launched or tracked**

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Auto blog

2013 Nissan Pathfinder: May 2013

Fri, 07 Jun 2013

Despite the snow-capped photos you see here, our long-term Pathfinder has been the subject of some proper pre-summer lovin' here in metro Detroit (we're working on a new gallery). Now that the warm weather has hit Michigan, many of our staffers have eagerly grabbed the keys to our big, brown Nissan for road trips all over the place. And the Pathfinder has indeed proven itself to be quite the worthy long-distance hauler, as editors John Neff and Seyth Miersma have already experienced.
This time around, a couple of our colleagues from AOL Autos put hundreds of miles on our trusty Nissan. And while everyone agrees that the Pathfinder is a solid vehicle for the task of road tripping, there are a couple of specific pros and cons that have been mentioned on several occasions.

Cadillac ELR, Nissan Resonance and Ford Atlas win Eyes on Design awards

Fri, 18 Jan 2013

This year's annual Eyes on Design awards were presented at the end of press days for the Detroit Auto Show on Tuesday. Given out for the best production and concept car designs that debuted at the show, and voted on by an esteemed panel of actual car designers, this year's award for best production vehicle design went to the 2014 Cadillac ELR. The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette, which was the show favorite among Autoblog editors, apparently did not impress the Eyes on Design judges enough with its all-new vent-festooned design.
The award for best concept design was actually split as a tie among the Nissan Resonance and Ford Atlas concepts. Last year's winners were the 2013 Ford Fusion and the Lexus LF-LC concept.
The Eyes on Design organization also presented a new honor this year called the Catalyst Award to Bob Lutz, former Vice Chairman of General Motors. Lutz is reported to have given a defense of design in his acceptance speech, arguing that advancements in quality across the industry as a whole have made good design a key differentiator for buyers.

2014 Nissan Rogue

Fri, 01 Nov 2013

When I first started in this whole automotive journalism biz, I held a sort of hodgepodge receptionist/gopher/production assistant role, and each morning as the staff filed in, I'd ask them how they liked whatever car they were assigned to drive the previous night. Most of my colleagues would regale me with anecdotes about how good or bad a vehicle was, but one co-worker, every single morning, would answer my query with the exact same phrase: "It was fine."
I always assumed this was just a brush-off, an "ask me again after I've had a cup of coffee" sort of response. But then I found myself in a similar moment of brevity following the launch of the 2014 Nissan Rogue earlier this week. After returning home, a friend asked me what I thought of the new Rogue, and I replied, word for word, "It was fine."
And, well, it was. Nothing worth wasting exclamation points over, good or bad. Aside from something like the interesting-to-drive Mazda CX-5 or funky-looking Jeep Cherokee, nothing in this class really tries to set the world on fire. And that, right there, is fine. Nissan doesn't need to do anything crazy with its second-generation Rogue. It just needs to offer a well-equipped crossover that's handsome, functional, efficient and priced right - sticking to the same formula that made the first-generation model so successful while offering the latest crop of creature comforts in a more modern package.