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2015 Nissan GT-R priced at $103,365

Tue, 21 Jan 2014

The Nissan GT-R is back for 2015, as if there was ever any doubt. Again this year, the company claims a recalibrated suspension that will give a more “sophisticated” ride and better road-holding.

The 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium will cost $103,365, including destination. The Black Edition will set you back $113,105 and the Track Edition, which will be available later, will cost $117,305.

Other improvements for the GT-R, which is on sale now, include new headlight LEDs and different front- and rear-end cues. The Track Edition now sports a carbon-fiber trunk lid. The interior should be quieter thanks to a Bose Active Noise Cancellation system, and ivory will be a new interior color option.

Things that aren’t changing include the stellar twin-turbocharged V6 engine. It still makes 545 hp and 463 lb-ft of torque. Power is fed through a paddle-operated dual-clutch transmission to all four wheels. Fuel economy isn’t terrible on the highway, rated at 23 mpg.

The GT-R Premium and Black Edition both feature lightweight, black, forged aluminum RAYS wheels, a red-and-black interior, Recaro leather seats and a dry carbon-fiber rear spoiler.

The Track Edition adds a specially tuned suspension, more brake-cooling guides, a front spoiler with carbon-fiber air ducts, blue-trimmed high-grip seats, and heated front seats and rear seats, which were stripped out in last year’s model.

The 2009 Nissan GT-R was a relative bargain when it hit American shores in 2008. The base model cost about $70,000, the Premium trim $72,000. That car produced 480 hp and 430 lb-ft of torque. The price has slowly crept up, with the performance, in the last five years. Even at a round $100,000, it still has one of the best power-per-dollar ratios on the market.

By Jake Lingeman