Nissan tags 2011 GT-R at $84,060, eliminates base model

by admin ~ March 17th, 2010.

The pricing for the 2011 GT-R was officially released by Japanese carmaker recently as they roll out of selected dealerships in the United States. Nissan also announced that they will only be releasing the GT-R Premium and will be eliminating the base model of their sports car as the 2011 model.

The suggested retail price for the Nissan GT-R starts at $84,060 which does not include any license fees and taxes. The current model is just $1,000 more expensive the the GT-R Premium 2010 model.

The second update of the GT-R since it was launched before the end of 2007 features reconfigured suspension and toughened rear bushes to improve the ride comfort.

The designers also installed improved cooling ducts to improve the overall cooling performance of the rear floor portion. The center caps of the wheels were also made slightly darker while the fascias for both ends of the car received a double clear coating.

The headlights now have an automatic on and off function. Other improvements like speed-sensitive wipers, iPod interface, NavWeather, and XM Navtraffic were installed.

Under the hood of the 2011 GT-R is the same 485 HP V6 3.8L engine coupled with a dual clutch transmission as the 2010 model year.

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