$57,000 is a lot of money, but if you identify with the drivers end of the car enthusiast spectrum you can spend a lot more for a lot less satisfaction. So in Burbbble logic, this essentially new Nissan looks like a bargain.
So in Burbbble logic, this essentially new Nissan looks like a bargain
Found on the Chicago craigslist the GTR currently has 32,000 miles on it and has an extended factory warranty. Depending on how extensive the coverage is that could be worth a lot while hooning around and launching from every light. If the pictures are are taken on the owner's estate I would be willing to bet that they used the GTR as a status symbol get around.
Averaging 4,500 miles a year is moderate use so it was driven but not enough to cause major wear. It really hits the sweet spot of desirable used car specs in a lot of ways. Regular use, extended warranty, no modifications and an almost believable promise from the owner that it wasn't launched. If you are in the market for a mind bending supercar slayer this might be your best option.
- Care free Hooning
- Right miles for a car of its age
- Good opportunity to case someone's mansion
- Uuuuuh...Hmmmmm...I guess Black is a bit overplayed
- Everything else you drive is going to feel slow and under engineered
condition: like new
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: clean