- 12,900 Miles
- Year Built: 2018(18)
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A car that needs no introduction, Latest Facelift 2018 Nissan R35 GTR Recaro, finished in arguably the stunning Storm White Pearl Metallic with Black/Red Leather Recaro Bucket Seats . First registered 23rd April 2018, Its travelled just 12,900 miles with just One Owner from New, it is a standard, not tracked or abused example.
Latest Generation now Costing £86,000 new, this is the renowned VR38 Twin Turbo 570Ps and 637nm Torques, with the Astonishing ATTESA E-TS All-Wheel Drive ,Revised Dual Clutch, 6 Speed Auto Transmission enables it to change gear in 0.15 Seconds (or a blink) making 0-60 an incredible 2.7 Seconds, top speed is 197Mph. Think about that, that is the same as Lamborghini Aventador, Mclaren 650S, Ferarri 488 Pista and Porsche 991 GT2 RS!!
Latest design Bumpers, Lights and overhauled interior with the new Nissan Connect Satellite Navigation and Entertainment System, a better quality cabin and smoother ride was the design incentive
Equipment Level on these cars is fantastic too –
- Unmistakable GTR Styling
- Storm White (£875)
- Dual Twin Exit Exhaust.
- 20″ Lightweight Alloys by Rays Eng.
- Adaptive Sports Suspension.
- Brembo High Performance Brakes.
- Nismo Strut Brace.
- LED Lightning Headlights.
- LED Halo Rear Lights.
- Black/Red Leather Recaro Bucket Seats.
- Electric Seats
- Heated Seats
- Premium 7″ Colour Media System with Satellite Navigation and Harddrive.
- Multiple Gauge Displays.
- Drivers Information Display.
- Drive Mode Select including Launch Control
- Multi Function Steering Wheel.
- Bose Premium Stereo System.
- Reverse Parking Camera.
- Bluetooth Telephone Connectivity.
- Cruise Control.
- Dual Zone Climate Control.
- Push Button Start.
- Electric Windows.
- Electric Folding Mirrors
- Auto Lights.
- Auto Wipers.
- Smart Keyless Entry.
- Fitted Carpet Mats.
Full Service History visiting the workshop at 5,977 Miles, More Recently at 13,261 Miles in March 2018 at renowned specialists Litchfield and will be freshly serviced for its new owner. Nissan Factory Warranty until 22nd April 2019
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
This is the biggest update to the R35 GT-R since it was launched back in 2007. There’s been a feeling that the GT-R has never really stood still in terms of development in those nine years, with constant tweaks and adjustments to software and set-up, not to mention gradual increases in power. But this MY17 iteration has much bigger design changes, both outside and in, with a much-needed new infotainment system. The aim has been to bring more performance but in a more mature package.
The bodywork tweaks are as much about cooling as aerodynamics. The aim was to get more air to the radiator without having a bigger grille and increasing the drag. The body structure has been given more stiffness around the windscreen to improve turn-in and this has been balanced by greater rigidity at the rear with reinforcement around the boot. Nissan claims a four per cent increase in speed through a slalom as a result.
The engine (code VR38DETT) now produces 20bhp more at the top end thanks to an increase in boost pressure and an ignition timing system lifted from the NISMO GT-R. There is a new Titanium exhaust system, and underneath the car is a NACA on the undertray to help guide cool air towards the silencer.
The standard GT-R is definitely more of a GT car than it has ever been before, with greater habitability in everyday use on the road. It still sounds like a GT-R, but with the edges smoothed slightly and the volume turned down half a notch. It certainly still accelerates like a GT-R and if anything it feels slight stronger right up at the top of the rev-range, staying keen until all the rev-limiter lights are illuminated. Overtakes have rarely felt so easy.
The interior is undoubtedly a more pleasant place to spend time and the materials all feel good quality, with the carbon fibre on the transmission tunnel looking particularly upmarket. The new paddles attached to the back of the steering wheel are fine. So, the new GT-R feels more polished and easier to live with. It’s still freakishly quick on both road and track and it is still distinctively GT-R