New Nissan GT-R Car 2014 Price in Pakistan, India
If any six-figure car can be called a “bargain” the 2014 Nissan GT-R makes a good case for itself deserving the descriptor. With a sub-3-second 0-60 time, tenacious grip, and a host of performance-enhancing techno-wizardry, the GT-R runs with cars that cost tens of thousands more, if not double its price. But the GT-R has been knocked for being too efficient and precise in how it delivers its substantial performance, for lacking the “soul” of some of its European rivals. Resident hotshoe Justin Bell takes Nissan’s supercar to the track, to see if it lives up to both its mythical and clinical reputations.
In terms of objective performance, Bell acknowledges that the GT-R delivers without a doubt, with a scorching 2.7-second 0-60 time. But the GT-R’s somewhat ponderous mass and all-wheel-drive system manifest themselves in excessive initial understeer, which turns Bell off. But once he gets used to the character of the car, its capabilities, and its handling and power sweet spots, he appreciates its formidable capabilities.