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Nissan announces U.S. pricing for 2019 GT-R

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2019 Nissan GT-R, which is on sale now at select Nissan dealers nationwide. The starting MSRP1 of $99,990 for the 2019 GT-R Pure model, the most affordable of the four available GT-R trim levels, remains unchanged from 2018.
The other available 2019 GT-R trim levels are the:

  • GT-R Premium, which includes an 11-speaker Bose® audio system, Active Noise Cancellation and Active Sound Enhancement systems, and Titanium exhaust system.
  • GT-R Track Edition, which is designed to deliver a higher level of performance than the GT-R Pure and Premium models and features elements of the flagship GT-R NISMO.
  • GT-R NISMO, the ultimate GT-R with 600 horsepower – versus the other models' 565 horsepower. The motorsports-inspired GT-R NISMO is available in very limited numbers in North America. It features numerous motorsports-inspired technologies to enhance the car's performance through optimized aerodynamics, suspension and powertrain, creating a well-balanced machine at home on both the road and track2.
GT-R Pure $99,990 USD
GT-R Premium $110,540 USD
GT-R Track Edition $128,540 USD
GT-R NISMO $175,540 USD
Three premium interior packages – Amber Red, Kuro Night and Rakuda Tan – are available with the GT-R Premium. Also offered are three premium exterior paint colors (availability varies by grade level), along with four standard exterior colors. An All-Weather Package is available with the Pure and Premium grades.
All 2019 GT-R models come equipped with LED headlamps with integrated LED Daytime Running Lights, NissanConnect® with Navigation and Services featuring Apple CarPlay™, and leather-appointed front sport seats with synthetic suede inserts
The 2019 GT-R Pure, Premium and Track Edition grades are equipped with an advanced 3.8-liter DOHC 24-valve V6 rated at 565-horsepower and 467 lb-ft of torque, dual-clutch sequential 6-speed transmission, electronically controlled ATTESA E-TS all-wheel-drive system. The GT-R NISMO is rated at 600 horsepower and 481 lb-ft of torque3 and also features unique exterior and interior treatments, along with special suspension tuning.
For full information on the complete lineup of 2019 Nissan GT-R models, please see NissanNews.com.


A $50 increase for non-Pure models. Destination charge increases $100 across all models.



A $50 increase for non-Pure models. Destination charge increases $100 across all models. Standby for new infographic.



I love how they didnt do the 50 bucks on the pure just so it wouldnt  break 100K haha

Awesome graphic Sinister. Im sure someone in Nissans pricing dept has a similar graphic showing the inverse relationship between sales price and sales numbers as well. =P 


This has always happened to Japanese cars for some reason. Supra, NSX, 300Z, they all started affordably and rose in price to crazy pricing through the model years. 

Looks like Roman Atwood has the first 2019 in the country.  One heck of a Christmas.  Two GTRs in the household now.



I wish we would get midnight opal in the US again and not just in Japan

Awesome, can't wait

I wish we would get midnight opal in the US again and not just in Japan



The aero is definitely sexy



Wow pretty cool. Jeez, Nismo at 175K... Premium is not that much more than pure if youre already spending 100K.. might as well right?


I notice a huge percentage increase in price from 2016 to 2017!  Maybe Nissan discovered they were losing money?  I suppose it does price most folks out of the market and perhaps helps to keep the prices high on the used market?

At least that should help keep the value up on mine...

Very Nice!  Still a good deal for the performance you get!  Ran my 2016 at COTA twice and it is very impressive!

That's a great chart, still a great price for what you get IMO.  You'd be paying a lot more for a porsche 911 base model with a fraction of the performance.