Nissan GT-R 2012 will be priced at U.S. $ 97,820 or approximately USD 880.3 million (the exchange rate of Rp 9,000 per U.S. dollar). While for the special edition, 2013 Nissan GT-R Black Edition priced at U.S. $ 107,220 or approximately USD 964.9 million.
As quoted Insideline.com, recently, Nissan GTR has been sold since January 20 last in the U.S. market. Prices of the two new sedan models also increased significantly from 2012 model predecessors. For the conventional model, the GTR is increased by about U.S. $ 6,870, while for the special model price increased to U.S. $ 11,220.
"The customers seem to be shocked by this price increase. But with the middle market we aim at, a particular consumer will respond to normal," said Nissan spokesman, Steve Yaeger. "In this class, this car really costs a lot more."
Nissan GTR says the buyers have an average household income of U.S. $ 200,000. Most buyers GT-R is also listed men who are married by age 45-59 years. A statement issued last Friday, Nissan GT-R also described 2013 as a car that had a "tremendous value." (Bog)