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Only 30 Nissan GT-R 45th Anniversary Gold Editions Are Coming To America

Nissan GT-R prices stay the same for the 2016 model year with the addition of the 45th Anniversary Gold Edition, which is based on the now 550 hp GT-R Premium and will cost you $102,770 instead of $101,770. The Black Edition remains $111,510 while the 600 hp GT-R Nismo will set you back by $149,990. »3/17/15 8:43am3/17/15 8:43am

Here Are Four Reasons Why You Should Not Buy A Nissan GT-R Right Now

In 2008, Japanese car manufacturer Nissan raised its sizable middle finger to the establishment and released the world-beating R35 GT-R, a car that would eat the collective lunches of Porsche, Audi, and BMW for a seriously bargain price. However, in 2015, things aren't so peachy. Here are a few reasons why. »3/05/15 3:32pm3/05/15 3:32pm

I’m Importing A 1990 Nissan Skyline GT-R From Japan

A little over a month ago, I asked you – the dearly beloved Jalopnik reader – to suggest a new car for me to buy and write about. In the days that followed, I received nearly 2,500 replies to my column and over 1,000 Tweets from interested readers — and I pored over as many as I possibly could. As I recall, they… »1/21/15 3:28pm1/21/15 3:28pm

This Nissan Skyline GT-R Rally Car Is A Rowdy Dirt Monster

Between its trick all-wheel-drive systems and need to stay at the forefront of go-fast technology, I've always wondered why more people don't take the Nissan GT-R rallying. This video has me wondering even more. Clearly, this is the rowdy, drifty Skyline GT-R rally beast that the universe deserves. »12/31/14 5:18pm12/31/14 5:18pm