The Nissan GT-R is a tricky car to understand. That is, if you go on the words of car reviewers alone.

According to the writers and video-ers of the automotive world, the GT-R is both soulful and soulless, surprisingly filled with character but also devoid of it. The car is a mini-Bugatti, exciting, boring, bespoke, cheap, expensive, common, attractive, and ugly.

Everyone, at least, has agreed that it is fast.

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Which car review do you think most accurately reflects the reality of driving or owning a new R35 GT-R? Post your favorite below.

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