2013 Nissan GT-R Starts at $96,820

Nissan's most expensive car is getting even pricier for 2013. GT-R prices are going up — way up. The automaker just announced the following base prices for the 2013 GT-R sports coupe:

2013 Nissan GT-R Premium:  $96,820
2013 Nissan GT-R Black Edition: $106,320

Last year, the GT-R Premium started at $89,950 and the Black Edition at $95,100. All prices exclude a $1,000 destination fee.

Nissan's refreshed-for-2012 halo car gets more horsepower and a standard backup camera for 2013. Black Edition models also get a new dry carbon fiber rear spoiler. The GT-R’s twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-6 now makes 545 horsepower compared with last year’s 530 hp. Torque is up too, from 448 pounds-feet in the 2012 model to 463 pounds-feet for 2013.

The 2013 GT-R is on sale now.

By Jennifer Geiger | January 20, 2012 | Comments (4)


Chris K

$100K for a Nissan? It appears Nissan has never heard of the Phaeton.

Matt C.

Chris K,
The GT-R already has a legacy where the Phaeton did not. The NSX was a Honda in other countries.

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Whats to complain about? When the GT-R came out in Australia, it was $175,000 I'd consider yourselves lucky.

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