2010 Fall Car Guide
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Best coupes for you in 2011

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Nissan GT-R
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Nissan GT-R

Specs: 485-horsepower, 3.8-liter V-6

For 2011, Nissan has made some upgrades to its GT-R to improve riding comfort. It also has added automatic on/off headlights and real-time traffic and weather capability for the navigation system.

The GT-R coupe is powered by a 485-horsepower, 3.8-liter V-6 that Nissan says logs a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.5 seconds while still getting an EPA-estimated 15 city/21 highway mpg. With a starting price of around $84,000, the GT-R technically seats four, though rear-seat occupants will be uncomfortable if they are adults.

Standard features include all-wheel-drive; antilock brakes; electronic stability control; an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat; a four-way power-adjustable front-passenger seat; front seat-mounted, side-impact air bags; and side-curtain air bags that inflate the full area of the window to protect your head from hitting the side window or frame pillar in a side-impact collision.




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