2017 Nissan GT-R Trim Levels

Buying a new car is always an investment, but choosing a sports car is even more so. You aren’t very likely to trade your GT-R in once you have one, so it only makes sense to pick the trim that appeals to you most so you won’t regret the purchase. Which isn’t to say any of the 2017 Nissan GT-R trim levels will leave you disappointed. Each model is powerful, attractive, well-stocked and fun to drive. Still, when it comes to performance, you’ll find a range of options depending on the trim selected.

The 2017 Nissan GT-R comes in three trim levels, Premium Track Edition (late summer availability) and Nismo. The Premium trim is an intro to the model, while the Track Edition adds on select Nismo-tuned features and premium seating, but the Nismo has the full host of options when it comes to power and performance. So the question is, how much do you need?

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  Premium Track Edition Nismo
Starting MSRP $109,990 $127,990 $174,990
Performance 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6; 565hp/467 lb-ft 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6; 565hp/467 lb-ft Nismo-tuned 3.8-liter high-capacity twin-turbo V6; 600hp/481 lb-ft
Key Features
  • NissanConnect w/Navigation
  • 8” multi-touch color monitor
  • Voice recognition
  • Rearview monitor
  • Front and rear sonar system
  • Nissan Intelligent Key with push-button ignition
  • Dual-zone temperature control
  • Leather-appointed front seats
  • Nismo-tuned rear stabilizer bar
  • Nismo-tuned suspension
  • NISMO® black super-lightweight RAYS® forged-alloy wheels
  • Dry carbon-fiber rear spoiler
  • Black/red Recaro leather-appointed front seats
  • Black/red interior treatment
  • Carbon-fiber trunk lid
  • Nismo aerodynamic body design
  • Nismo tachometer
  • Nismo Recaro leather-appointed front seats with synthetic suede inserts
  • Nismo Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel

Nismo-tuned performance offered in the GT-R

Who better to build a performance-enhanced vehicle than those who work to make vehicles track-ready every day? Nismo is short for Nissan Motorsport, and is the in-house department responsible for making all motorsport vehicles tuned for racing. Those seeking the top options for their 2017 Nissan GT-R might consider the Track Edition or Nismo for the ultimate on-road feel.

When considering trim levels, it’s important to remember that as you move up the trims, the features stack or are upgraded. This means anything offered in the Premium GT-R will also be offered in the Track Edition or Nismo, unless the same features are otherwise improved.

Still not sure which 2017 Nissan GT-R trim is best for you? Contact us here at Glendale Nissan and we’d be happy to discuss it with you.

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