2014 Nissan GT-R Manchester NH
The 2014 Nissan G-TR is an affordable 'supercar' hosted in a sports coupe package and designed to super speed, reliability and performance. It's available in three trims (Premium, Black Edition, Track Edition), and it improves on previous generations by incorporating better fuel injectors for an enhanced throttle response at a mid to high RPM. It also adds an oil pan baffle for stabilized oil delivery and a totally revised interior.
Design of the 2014 Nissan GT-R
What you get with all three trims of the Nissan G-TR is a twin-turbocharged, 3.8-liter V6 engine that rates at 545 HP and 463 lbs-ft torque. A six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission system is standard, as is all-wheel drive. More importantly, the 2014 Nissan can reach 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds, which is amazing. Of course, the fuel economy is rated at a horrible 16 and 23 mpg for city and highway, respectively. Mind you, the fuel rating isn't all that bad for its class of vehicle, and it would frankly be even worse if it relied on either a V8 or V12 engine. Also keep in mind that the GT-R can also stop from 60 mph (regardless of whether on a wet or dry surface) in under 100 feet. Overall, the G-TR offers incredible performance, an extraordinarily precise grip, superb acceleration and powerful & quick breaking. It especially performs well on racetracks, as the suspension is so tight that it can daze in and out of rough curves with incredible precision. Of course, it's not so great in the city, where it can be clunky and frustrating. It is however absolutely perfect for open-road warriors.
Power & Handling of the 2014 Nissan GT-R
When it comes to style, the 2014 Nissan G-TR is a middle-of-the-range warrior. On the outside, it functions as an ordinary coupe, save for a few notable highlights: lively fender flares, scooped air intakes and circular tail lamps. On the inside, the 2014 G-TR switches to a cockpit. Its seats are designed primarily for functionality. They're meant to keep drivers and passengers comfortable for long stretches of driving. There's also a neat navigation display on all models that's almost like a video game, as it allows you to monitor a slew of data, from steering input to gear position and lap times. Standard on the Premium and Black Edition models is a 2+2 seating layout. The Track Edition sacrifices the rear space for better on-road performance. Also featured on the base Premium model are 20-inch alloy wheels, iPod/Bluetooth connectivity, dual-zone climate control, leather/faux-suede upholstery, an electronically adjustable suspension system and Brembo brakes. The Black Edition upgrades to more lightweight black wheels, a carbon-fiber rear wing and leather Recaro seats, while the hardcore Track Edition hosts tighter suspension tuning. Note that though the Premium and Black Edition models technically offer four seats, the two rear seats are not at all suited for adults. Considering the lack of room, as well as the sloping headline, they're only suitable for small children.
In conclusion, the Nissan G-TR is a sporty luxury vehicle that, though expensive, is fairly cheap for the power and capabilities it possesses. It's not for families. it's not for the average individual, period. However, if getting into the luxury-car game sounds fun, this could be a great choice. For more information on this model, visit the official Nissan GT-R website.