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Old 05-30-2012, 10:50 PM   #1
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Next time you think about spending 45-50k on a G37, don't forget...

... You're not THAT far off from this LOL

Cars for Sale: 2009 Nissan GT-R Premium in Nashville, TN 37228: Coupe Details - 319378118 - AutoTrader.com


Which would you buy if you HAD to pick between a new G or a used GT-R (with reasonable miles honestly)?
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Old 05-30-2012, 11:26 PM   #2
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"G" and maybe is just me but I wouldn't do 57K for an "automatic"....no thanks
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Old 05-30-2012, 11:31 PM   #3
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It's not the cost that will kill you, it's the maintenance.
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It's not the cost that will kill you, it's the maintenance.
And the modding...
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Old 05-30-2012, 11:45 PM   #5
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And the modding...
You sir speak the troof.
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I wouldnt buy it for the fact that it has 68k miles. I dont commute far every day but I drive enough that by the time I pay it off it will be worthless falling apart with 150k-200k miles lol.
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You don't really "mod" supercars LOL. Turn the boost up and let it goooooo! I mean some guys do but the car in hitting 60 <4 seconds and running 11's stock.

I'm actually surprised by the responses.
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You don't really "mod" supercars LOL.
Right...
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$57k isn't terrible, but 68k miles? Yikes!

$40k for G37xS, $20k in mods(SC or TT) = gt-r?

Idk...used super car you don't really know what the person did to it before you got it, how they drove it, how they maintained it.

It IS a GT-R though....and those are secksie.
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You don't really "mod" supercars LOL. Turn the boost up and let it goooooo! I mean some guys do but the car in hitting 60 <4 seconds and running 11's stock.

I'm actually surprised by the responses.
You can mod anything, the mod bug does not discriminate Seriously though I wouldn't buy a used GTR with that many miles. That's right around the time all the major maintenance comes on and my pockets aren't that deep enough to handle supercar maintenance cost.
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Agree, miles are to high.
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I've actually seen cheaper with less miles. As stated, you don't know what the previous owner did and this and that, which is the case with any used car, but I would have a hard time dropping 60 grand on a car with 70,000 miles.
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a little off track here but since the GT-R maintenance has been mentioned a couple of times.....how much does the maintenance cost for this "supercar" ?
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That's why I paid 26k for my 6MT with 19k miles. Because I'm the bargain hunter


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Also I would be even more inclined to mod a GT-R that a G37. But as few have mentioned, the cost of modification are in par with super car standards...
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