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2019 Nissan GT-R

Would the Nissan GT-R Make a Good Daily Driver?

The short answer to the question is most likely “yes.” Since the Nissan GT-R has four seats, a decent trunk and all-wheel drive (for snowy states). But let’s take a closer look at the specs and really figure out if this Japanese supercar can double as a reliable grocery-getter on the daily. Godzilla’s arrival The …
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Why the Overpriced $300k 240Z Was Actually a Good Deal

For the vast majority of us, paying six figures is something usually done for a house, not a car. And it’s not just high-end luxury SUVs, like the Lamborghini Urus or Porsche Cayenne, that cost that much, either. There’s a 600-hp classic Ford Bronco available for a quarter-million dollars, and air-cooled Porsche 911s have similarly …
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What’s the Best Year for the Nissan Skyline GTR?

Even legends have weak spots. Famously reliable vehicles like the Toyota 4Runner and Land Cruiser have their good years and their bad years. No car or SUV is immune; not the Mitsubishi Montero, not the Porsche 911. Not even the Nissan Skyline GTR. Even though it comes from a particularly strong time in Nissan’s history, …
1990 Nissan Skyline GTR

Can I Drive a Nissan Skyline GTR In the US?

Nissan’s current situation is more tragic when you remember some of its past vehicles. The Z sports car and Patrol SUV are icons in their own right. But when you think of JDM performance, there’s another car that springs to mind: the Nissan Skyline GTR. It’s perhaps the quintessential ‘forbidden fruit’, and its place in …
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How Affordable Performance Could Save Nissan

In discussing possible ways Nissan could save itself, we briefly touched upon what made Nissan’s past products desirable: performance. Nissan has made some incredible high-performance vehicles, ranging from JDM forbidden-fruit to rally-conquering SUVs. But what set Nissan, and indeed, most Japanese carmakers, from brands like Porsche or Ferrari was how attainable their sporty vehicles were. …
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What Does Nissan Need to Change to Become Competitive?

Understatement of the year, but Nissan’s not feeling so hot right now. Beyond the scandals surrounding the former CEO, the automaker’s sales have slumped, and popular models like the Frontier, Pathfinder, and Armada struggle to stay competitive. Even the Titan full-size pickup truck is having a tough time. Nissan’s newest CEO, Makoto Uchida, recently came …
2019 Nissan GT-R

2020 Nissan GT-R: Why It’s Faster Than Ever

Despite having the exact same power and torque as the 2019 model, the 2020 Nissan GT-R has demonstrated significant improvements in speed. But how exactly has it managed to get so fast? According to Engineering Explained, the changes that have made the biggest impact on this car are the new turbochargers, weight reduction, and improved …