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Thought everyone would want to know this. Nissan announced the price of the 2011 GT-R today.
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To all Nissan Certified GT-R Dealers:​
Nissan is pleased to announce pricing for the 2011 GT-R. The 2011 GT-R is equipped with a 3.8L​
twin-turbo charged engine producing 485 hp and advanced All-Wheel Drive technology that​
provides outstanding performance. Combined with its aggressive design, the GT-R continues to be​
the purest, most passionate expression of the Nissan brand.​
In previous years, the GT-R was available in two trim levels, Base and Premium. In 2011, the​
Base model has been discontinued and the GT-R is now available in one trim level, GT-R Premium.​
The following features become standard on the 2011 model:​
�� premium near black wheel finish​
�� rear cooling ducts to help improve cooling performance around the rear floor area​
�� auto on/off head lights​
�� speed-sensitive windshield wipers​
�� USB iPod interface​
�� Bluetooth streaming audio​
�� XM NavWeather and XM NavTraffic capabilities.​
For the ultimate enthusiast, the Dunlop summer ultra-high performance run-flat tires are available​
as a package at no extra cost. The Cold Weather Package remains the same with the Dunlop 7010​
all season tires and high luster dark smoke wheel finish.​
The MY11 Nissan GT-R MSRP is as follows: (D&H is not included)​
�� GT-R Premium $84,060

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AND, here is some infor for you from our training site (the differences between 2010 and 2011 models):

For 2011, GT-R Premium is the only model offered (the base model is discontinued), and it receives several feature upgrades.

The navigation system is now the next-generation Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System. This advanced system adds new features including XM NavWeather™ real-time weather reports (subscription required), streaming audio via Bluetooth®, DVD playback, an expanded point-of-interest (POI) database that includes the Zagat® restaurant guide, and a USB port[sup]4[/sup] that replaces the Interface System for iPod® connector and CompactFlash reader.

Other changes for 2011 include:

  • The suspension is retuned and rear bushings strengthened to enhance ride comfort without compromising performance handling.
  • The color tone of the center caps on the wheels is slightly darker.
  • Double clear coat paint is added to the fascias.
  • Rear cooling ducts are modified underneath the body.
Automatic on/off headlights are now standard.

IF anyone wants to order one, I have an allocation I can configure TODAY.
Pick your color (paint options are the same as 2010: Solid Red, Super Silver, Gun Metallic, Black Obsidian, and Pearl White) and pick your interior (options are same as 2009/2010) , and let me know if you want the DUNLOP
ultra-high performance run-flat tires
Delivery ETA is May 2010.
I'll sell it at MSRP......$10,000 fully-refundable deposit required.

Gil Schoonover
Fleet Manager
QUALITY NISSAN
41895 MOTOR CAR PARKWAY
TEMECULA, CA 92591
951-676-6601 EXT 2405
951-551-4020 CELL
[email protected] Email
 

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315??? Wonder if it would be better to buy one these because of the rarity or just find a 2009 like i originally planned....... hmmmmmmm
 

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very low production or allocation like ferrari's...will this help 09 & 10 models hold value?
 

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I'm not surprised they're limiting the production to only 315, and surprised that they're still selling the GT-R at all, after the questionable lawsuit they suffered. IMO, it's becoming unappealing for Japanese automakers to sell cars to the US especially now with the Toyota witch-hunting going on. Maybe they should stop selling their cars in the US altogether.
 

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So according to the actual current sales figures Nissan is selling 70 units a month in the US which is 840 units over a 12 month model year. Sooo we should believe they will just not send enough supply to cover the potential 525 GT-R customers this year?
 

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So according to the actual current sales figures Nissan is selling 70 units a month in the US which is 840 units over a 12 month model year. Sooo we should believe they will just not send enough supply to cover the potential 525 GT-R customers this year?
well the real sales rate might be higher for a full year due to 1 an improving economy and 2 as we get into spring/summer, sales should pick up.

either way, recent sales numbers are lower than what theyve sent over since some cars end up as dealer inventory. that said, if they really are only going to send over 315, thats not many but it might just close out current inventory + demand if not restore some.
 
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