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2016 Nissan GT-R Overview

John Diether
Automotive Editor - April 17, 2015

Although it carries the familiar Nissan badge, the GT-R performs on equal footing with the most exotic supercars known to man. While plenty of vehicles can offer you thrills and speed, the GT-R is one a few that make you feel like an incorrigible outlaw.

What's New for 2016

The standard engine gains 5 horsepower, while a 45th Anniversary Gold Edition debuts.

Choosing Your Nissan GT-R

The GT-R starts out with a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V6 that packs 550 horsepower and 463 pound-feet of torque. The line-topping Nismo model gets an upgraded version of the V6 capable of 600 horsepower. A dual-clutch automated manual transmission with launch control is standard across the board. The standard GT-R rips from zero to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, while the Nismo does it in just 2.9 seconds.

Standard performance goodies include all-wheel drive, Brembo brakes, an adaptive suspension and summer performance tires on 20-inch wheels. An in-dash display allows you to monitor and record performance data.

The 2+2 layout can accommodate two rear passengers in a pinch. Active noise cancellation keeps the interior from getting too raucous, and there's enough trunk space for weekend getaways.

The GT-R is offered in four trim levels this year:


Comes equipped with leather and faux suede upholstery, heated front seats, navigation, a rearview camera, adaptive LED headlamps, keyless ignition and an 11-speaker Bose sound system with satellite radio. A no-cost Cold Weather package furnishes all-season run-flat tires and a special coolant mixture for faster warm-ups. The Premium's MSRP of $101,770 will put it beyond the reach of most buyers, but represents excellent value in the high-performance category.

45th Anniversary Gold Edition

Same as above, but with exclusive Silica Brass (gold) paint and special identification on the console and under the hood. It costs just $1,000 more than a Premium.

Black Edition

Receives lightweight black alloy wheels, a carbon-fiber rear spoiler, Recaro sport seats, and specific black and red interior trim. Especially for buyers interested in collectibility, the slight upcharge to a $111,510 MSRP is probably worth it.


Gets the 600-horsepower version of the V6, plus a reinforced body structure, even more aggressive suspension tuning, additional seat bolstering, and unique trim inside and out. We'd argue that the GT-R is still a performance value, even at the Nismo's $149,990 MSRP.

There are no individual options for the GT-R beyond the usual dealer-installed accessories.

CarsDirect Tip

You'll have to act immediately to have a chance at the 45th Anniversary Gold Edition. Only about 30 examples are expected to make it to our shores. Be aware that availability of the Nismo is limited as well, if not to that degree.

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