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Pretty good review surprisingly good actually.....I thought he hit on some real good points. Was kinda hoping he would have driven the track however he did call himself a rank amateur-kinda what most GT-R owners are really.
 

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it has more of a floating feel on the highway but not really worlds apart from normal mode.... i will say that 09-11 comfort mode was undetectable in my opinion so atleast on the 12 you can feel it some like i said on a cement highway surface

the 2013 should be very similar as the spring rates were tweaked in a very minor way
 

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it has more of a floating feel on the highway but not really worlds apart from normal mode.... i will say that 09-11 comfort mode was undetectable in my opinion so atleast on the 12 you can feel it some like i said on a cement highway surface

the 2013 should be very similar as the spring rates were tweaked in a very minor way
I was just amused by the new position for the button 'comf' mode, installed by Nissan on the 2012's because of his previous review 3 years ago.
 

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http://reviews.cnet....7-34544856.html

I had no idea my '09 did not have this for the last 3 years... Apparently Nissan listened to his initial review, and installed comfort mode based on his review.

Watch about 3 minutes in.

Other than that, I found this review pretty decent. But grandeur anyone?
I was about to post WTF, then I realised you were being sarcastic! What a douche. Would it have hurt him that much to see if all the previous models had exactly the same position on that switch?
I disagree that it is undetectable on the 09/10 version. It's the first switch I reach for when on runflats and it does make a difference. Subtle, but it is there.
 

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On a rough road there really is a difference between race, normal, and comfort modes in that comfort mode makes it livable.

Helpful Real-Life Analogies:
Race mode...........Bone Crushing.
Normal mode........Teeth Shattering.
Comfort mode.......Spine Tingling.
 
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