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2017 GTR NISMO Priced at $176,585



"Last spring, our most exclusive and fastest road-going GT-R ever, the 2017 NISMO, made its global debut at the famed Nürburgring race course, where the Nissan GT-R's potent performance was honed, tuned and developed," said Michael Bunce, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc. "Now, as it readies to hit the streets of North America, it's fitting that it does so among a gathering of the Nissan and Datsun heritage cars that paved the way for this ultimate exp<b></b>ression of Nissan innovation and performance."
About the 2017 GT-R NISMO
The GT-R NISMO's new dynamic styling is both attractive and functional. The new "V-motion" grille, one of Nissan's latest design signatures, has been enlarged to provide better engine cooling and now features a matte chrome finish and an updated mesh pattern. A new hood, featuring pronounced character lines flowing flawlessly from the grille, has been reinforced to enhance stability during high speed driving.

Unique NISMO body features include carbon fiber front and rear bumpers, black outside mirrors with red stripe and carbon fiber side sills and emblem treatment. The GT-R NISMO's handmade dry carbon rear spoiler features a special coating that allows carbon fiber "weave" to be felt by the touch. The lightweight dry carbon fiber material is also incredibly strong4.
The new GT-R NISMO also benefits from the 2017 GT-R Premium's refreshed interior, whose cabin possesses a more upscale feel than ever before. The redesigned dashboard and steering wheel are covered with high-quality Alcantara® suede. NISMO racers influenced the design of the dark gray with red stripe steering wheel, with three spokes, red center mark and red stitching to give a strong combination of grip, feedback and comfort.
The center stack layout has been improved and simplified, with the number of integrated navigation and audio controls reduced from 27 switches in the previous model to only 11 in the 2017 version.
In addition, an enlarged 8-inch touch-panel monitor featuring large icons on the display screen make it simple to use, while a new Display Command control on the carbon fiber center console allows easy operation without having to touch the monitor. Unique to GT-R NISMO are the leather-appointed Recaro® seats with red synthetic suede inserts.
The 2017 GT-R NISMO's 600-horsepower VR38DETT 3.8-liter twin turbo V6 is rated at 600 horsepower and 481 lb-ft of torque3 – representing increases of 35 horsepower and 14 lb-ft of torque versus 2017 GT-R Premium models. The engine's high-flow, high-capacity turbochargers are similar to those used for GT3 racing and offer improved breathing. Optimized individual ignition timing control for each cylinder and upgraded fuel pump (versus standard models) help improve combustion. A special lightweight Titanium exhaust system is also standard.
The VR38DETT V6 is backed by an advanced paddle-shifted sequential 6-speed dual clutch transmission, which can be driver selected to shift at race car-like speeds.
The 4-wheel independent suspension receives unique NISMO tuning, with reduced weight and additional roll stiffness. Additional adhesive bonding (in addition to spot welding) helps increase body shell rigidity.




90 Comments

Sounds like a bargain
Im just glad it costs more than the 2015 did with the $13K exhaust option as remember the standard 2015 NISMO was only $151K so when the 2017 was first announced I thought what if the margin of increase from 2015/16 to 2017 is less than the SpecV exhaust option... that would sort of hurt 2015 values... but then I saw the JDM price increase of $36K to $186K I knew it was going up
Nissan has lost their mind. I'll stick with my 16 premium

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Tell us more about factory upgraded fuel pump - specs, part number, available for purchase independently?
One hundred eighty six thousand dollars. Am I reading that right?

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One hundred eighty six thousand dollars. Am I reading that right?

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176 so no lol.....but no seriously 186k was the us equivalent to JDM pricing the US came in at 176k
ok. This is expected . Now if Nissan wants to fully recapture ROI, it will again follow the Porsche play book and come with an Nismo GT-3 name plate.
Make it better and add 35 HP and charge more............
so tempting, love the new Nismo!!!
Man you add sales tax to this MSRP and you are at 186K plus :(
yes because Super Silver would be almost 180K without tax and the white is not $1K more too
With dealer premium, $200k ?
Cool color
I was interested in brake cooling.
Weight?
+1
So for $176585, will my NISMO GTR be trackable for 1 year (Six events for two days each & 25 minute sessions @ Road America, Road Atlanta, COTA, Sebring, VIR or any combination of these) without rotor replacement and transmission overheating? I absolutely love the looks of the NISMO GTR, I just want to see the car be performance orientated without disastrous overheating.
I must add that I hope the 17 Nismo GTR can retain value better than the DBA GTRs have.
I can tell you with confidence that 70% of the road course race cars are Porsches and they retain value.
I want the Nismo GTR be a success, I hope it can perform with reliability and retain value.
I do not want a $176585 car to wash, polish and sit in a garage or to take to cars and coffee.

I must add that I hope the 17 Nismo GTR can retain value better than the DBA GTRs have.
I can tell you with confidence that 70% of the road course race cars are Porsches and they retain value.
I want the Nismo GTR be a success, I hope it can perform with reliability and retain value.
I do not want a $176585 car to wash, polish and sit in a garage or to take to cars and coffee.

But a lot of those Porsches (mainly 911's) are also garage kept... More of the 911's/Caymans that I see on track are previous gen. Although I haven't been to as many events as I'd like recently, my observation is that previous gens get the most track time. The same was true even when we got a few other cars, older my older ones saw the track (newer ones only went once - to learn more about the car, then it went back to either garage or daily driving duties).

I'm not sure how I'd drive the NISMO... I'd probably DD it, take it McD's, Walmart, Home Depot, etc... just like I do with my 8 year old CBA.
176k? yea no thanks..
When the Nismo first came out with $150k most people were complaining how expensive it was. Now at $176k? It may even be harder to sell. It is almost comparable to the new NSX price range.
with the exhaust it was $164k, now the exhaust is included, so inline with the 2017 price increase on the other ones...


When the Nismo first came out with $150k most people were complaining how expensive it was. Now at $176k? It may even be harder to sell. It is almost comparable to the new NSX price range.

Most people complaining are not buying anyways. I have two friends that like Nismo, neither complain about the price as other cars they want or have cost a lot more. I told one two days ago about $25,000 increase for 2017, it wasn't even a concern.

When the Nismo first came out with $150k most people were complaining how expensive it was. Now at $176k? It may even be harder to sell. It is almost comparable to the new NSX price range.

I don't think so but I also saw (2) Porsche gt3 (or maybe it was gt3 rs 997) smack into tire wall at Sebring and rumor was lost of brakes. The license plate comes off immediately. Those Porsche were brand new but it was a few years ago.

So for $176585, will my NISMO GTR be trackable for 1 year (Six events for two days each &amp; 25 minute sessions @ Road America, Road Atlanta, COTA, Sebring, VIR or any combination of these) without rotor replacement and transmission overheating? I absolutely love the looks of the NISMO GTR, I just want to see the car be performance orientated without disastrous overheating.

LOL! Unless you are a die hard Nissan junkie (as some of us are) I could literally think of 20+ cars I would rather own for the same or less money.
Id like to see this car go up against the new NSX.

"Battle of the overpriced 'affordable' supercar"

When the Nismo first came out with $150k most people were complaining how expensive it was. Now at $176k? It may even be harder to sell. It is almost comparable to the new NSX price range.


There was a guy on youtube deciding on a R8 v10 and a Nismo Gtr, he went with the R8 although its probably slower,,, he was happy. I would say R*8 V10 and the new NSX are pretty good ones to compare in that price range.