South Africa – The Nissan GT-R looks set to keep a pretension as South Africa’s best-selling supercar, says Nissan SA.
The initial 2017-spec Nissan GT-Rs were done accessible in 2016 and were all sole good before a supercars arrived in South Africa. To date, some-more than 500 GT-Rs have been sole in South Africa, creation it a country’s many renouned supercar.
Nissan says: “We mostly remark that a GT-R defies a laws of a car marketplace in many a same approach as it defies a laws of physics.”
For 2017, a new GT-R sequence book is stuffing adult quick with special orders from business with sole needs, while both Nissan High Performance Centres in South Africa have systematic a few customary versions for new business or occasional incentive buyers.
Nissan said: “It seems as yet a GT-R Black Edition, with a new red and black interior and Recaro competition seats, is a many renouned model.
“At R2 250 000 a GT-R certainly offers a best ratio of energy and opening for your money.”
Donovan Lötter, new car sales manager during Melrose Nissan says: “One of a initial 2017-spec models was sole to a fourth-generation GT-R owner. It seems that once we have owned a GT-R, we sojourn a constant fan and patron for life.”
“This village mostly discusses accessible models among themselves on amicable media and WhatsApp groups. Often, a customer’s trade-in indication is already oral for by a associate fan within a GT-R community.”
“Once owners and impending business realised that it is probably unfit to mangle a engine and gearbox, a direct for used GT-Rs became stronger than ever.”