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[background=rgb(246, 246, 246)]Price: $69,000[/background]
[background=rgb(246, 246, 246)]Miles: 27,500[/background]
[background=rgb(246, 246, 246)]VIN: [/background]
jn1ar5ef6dm261347

[background=rgb(246, 246, 246)]Location: Long Island, NY[/background]
[background=rgb(246, 246, 246)]First Owner - Title in hand and no accidents[/background]


I've owned the car for around 3 years, which I traded a Ferrari F430 for this car.

I must say that the GTR is a great everyday car, but I would like to get back into the italian exotic scene.

The car is mint and is adult driven.

The car is almost FBO with

Meisterschaft Exhaust
AAM-Midpipe
Agency Power Downpipe
Cobb v3 w/o TCM
Got Boost Intake

I was going to have a big build done, and that is why the fuel system hasn't been touched. The trans fluid was changed at 26,500miles and tires have less than 1000 miles on them.

Feel free to PM me with any questions
 

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Bump, if your budget is 58-60k stick with a 09-10,

No need to low ball a 2013 car especially considering the car is worry free with warranty.

It seems that all these 18-21 year olds are trying to become 30k a year millionaires with their "il pay cash offers" lol
 

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Bump, if your budget is 58-60k stick with a 09-10,

No need to low ball a 2013 car especially considering the car is worry free with warranty.

It seems that all these 18-21 year olds are trying to become 30k a year millionaires with their "il pay cash offers" lol
it's a 2013 which means it's out of warranty already.
 

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3year warranty? 13+3=16 and last I knew we are in 2016. Depending on when it was first purchased could still have 5 months left. Could also have extended warranty as that's what I have until 2022 or 110,000 miles.

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3year warranty? 13+3=16 and last I knew we are in 2016. Depending on when it was first purchased could still have 5 months left. Could also have extended warranty as that's what I have until 2022 or 110,000 miles.

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most likely it has a 2012 build date but is a 2013 model. Anyways, free bump and damn the Meisterschaft exhaust looks filthy lol
 

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I see where people might be coming from though, I bought a pretty much brand new '15 for 75k. So saving just 6k and getting a considerably older car... I too would be lowballing Lol.
 

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I see where people might be coming from though, I bought a pretty much brand new '15 for 75k. So saving just 6k and getting a considerably older car... I too would be lowballing Lol.
The real reason why you were able to purchase your 15 at 75k because the market was flooded, and your car was built in 2013

This now makes all 2013, 2014, and 2015 the same exact car.

I purchased my 2013 in December of 2013 and the dealership had the 13,14 and 15 offered as new for sale in 2013!!

Another way of screwing up our resale value is that Nissan dediced to put the 15s on the showroom in dec 2013 lol
 

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Bump

It really shocks me how 09s sell for 55k but now some want a 2013 for 55k lol not to mention " Black Edition" with a $109,000 MSRP

If your true goal is to purchase a 2013 GTR for 55k, you go find that deal and if you do go see how fast you will trade that thing in with that a GTR is cheap mindset

The first problem is that a GTR is a 100k car, it will cost you at least 5k a year in repairs, this isn't your brand new BMW with 4 year complimentary maintenance.

With the respect to other GTR owners trying to sell their GTR's I will not ruin the market by selling mine for 55k
 

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Bump

It really shocks me how 09s sell for 55k but now some want a 2013 for 55k lol not to mention " Black Edition" with a $109,000 MSRP

If your true goal is to purchase a 2013 GTR for 55k, you go find that deal and if you do go see how fast you will trade that thing in with that a GTR is cheap mindset

The first problem is that a GTR is a 100k car, it will cost you at least 5k a year in repairs, this isn't your brand new BMW with 4 year complimentary maintenance.

With the respect to other GTR owners trying to sell their GTR's I will not ruin the market by selling mine for 55k
I agree. There are so many cheap lowballers out there. Your price is more than fair.
 

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13/14/15 are not all the same. And they aren't priced the same. Regardless of incentives, newer model year cars are always worth more. Yes the 15's minor changes (heads/tails) may not seem like much but it would cost A person $3000 to upgrade.
 

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13/14/15 are not all the same. And they aren't priced the same. Regardless of incentives, newer model year cars are always worth more. Yes the 15's minor changes (heads/tails) may not seem like much but it would cost A person $3000 to upgrade.
Noise cancelation would be interesting to retrofit as well.

Market is pretty soft for cars now, especially with work done or built cars.
 
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