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    boothy.com Nissan GT-R Nismo only costs $900 less than Lamborghini’s Huracan

    https://www.news.com.au/technology/i...55dff51cee5fa2

    Yes, this could be the fastest production car to emerge from Japan, at least in terms of lap times. But it’s also the most expensive Nissan yet, with a sticker price of $378,000 plus on-road costs pushing its real-world transaction beyond $400,000 once stamp duty and dealer fees are factored in.
    You could save money by choosing an entry level McLaren. Lamborghini’s Huracan costs only $900 more, and Ferrari’s sub $400,000 Portofino convertible is within reach.

    #2
    $400k for the aging Datsun R35 platform. No thanks. I'd rather a base model GTR and keep the $180k.

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      #3
      400k! Buy the base model, throw a tune at it and some carbon wrap. for 190k cheaper
      Good one dickhead

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        #4
        Hard pass.
        Originally posted by brasher
        TJ is 99% African American.

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          #5
          That makes the new NSX look like good value at $420,000+ORC.

          And from what I can work out, they've sold six of those.

          Good luck!

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            #6
            Simoncowellitsanofromme.jpg
            I climbed Mt Druitt

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              #7
              Originally posted by Mr Purple View Post
              That makes the new NSX look like good value at $420,000+ORC.

              And from what I can work out, they've sold six of those.

              Good luck!
              I believe through JAS Motorsport, they've sold more GT3 NSXs than NSX road cars.
              Originally posted by brewdles
              In short, some cunt at test and tune had a 250cc honda turning to 11ty and it sounded porn. Do that.

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                #8
                Nissan no longer makes any sense, and hasn't for a long time. Hopefully the new CEO can sort it out and Make Nissan Great Again, because it's sure been a depressing twenty years for someone who liked their 90s products.

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                  #9
                  I don't always know what my opinion would be, if I were in the market for something which I'm currently NOT in the market for.
                  So this comment needs to be consumed with a grain of sodium chloride …

                  … but I just don't get enough excitement or interest out of a stock R35 to justify the cost of one. Yeah, they're cheaper (inflation adjusted) than an R32 GT-R was, but all that sweet techno JDM fastness & halo that surrounded the R32 just isn't there for the R35.
                  I'm not racing, so I don't buy a car for it's pure fasts (and maybe the value's there if you want pure fasts? Not in the $400k one, but maybe in tweaking the base ~$200k one?), I buy it because I'll enjoy it. And R35 just doesn't inspire me in any way, shape or form.
                  An RS4 wagon is more exciting for less money (which is intended to be a bit of a slam because it's a station wagon & it's an Audi).

                  So doubling the price of something which is already a bit 1992 Corolla CSi for me?
                  Nah.
                  Soft roaders represent an excellent compromise between the needs of the hardcore 4x4 user and the convenience of a city hatchback. Its clear to see why they have become so popular in todays society.

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                    #10
                    The dealer i brought the missus' xtrail from had a red Nismo GTR in the show room.
                    I was told it was 280k plus on roads. Only the roof and the bonnet weren't covered in orange peel, the paint was horrible.
                    Whilst i was sitting there i looked and the cheapest Huracan on carsales was 305k. I know which id rather have.

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                      #11
                      Meh, $900 is $900....

                      /Datsunowner....

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                        #12
                        So what do you get for the extra expense aside from a nice name badge and some CF?
                        '13 Yamaha R1 // '00 Toyota Supra RZ // '72 Ford XA Fairmont

                        Sell me your old videogames? Nintendo, Sega, PlayStation, some XBox...

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                          #13
                          Lol, 400k for what, a 12+ year old design now. Cunts are on crack.

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                            #14
                            Thousands of customers were lining up out the door at Campbelltown Nissan today

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                              #15
                              Toyota should have definitely developed the Supra on their own, to compete with the GT-R and NSX

                              People are morons, and, more importantly, cunts.
                              '84 Supra 7MGTE
                              '86 Supra 2JZGE track
                              '99 Supra GTX35 VVTi
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