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Nissan Nissan > GT-R WLTP, MPG, Fuel consumption

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Nissan GT-R (570 hp)
2016-2017 AWD Automated Manual Euro6
11.8 lt/100km
(24 MPG)


19.4 lt/100km
(15 MPG)
Nissan GT-R Nismo (600 hp)
2016-2017 AWD Automated Manual Euro6
11.8 lt/100km
(24 MPG)


19.4 lt/100km
(15 MPG)
Nissan GT-R (550 hp)
2014-2016 AWD Automated Manual Euro 5
11.8 lt/100km
(24 MPG)


19.4 lt/100km
(15 MPG)
Nissan GT-R Nismo (600 hp)
2014-2016 AWD Automated Manual Euro 5
11.8 lt/100km
(24 MPG)


19.4 lt/100km
(15 MPG)
Nissan GT-R (550 hp)
2012-2014 AWD Automated Manual Euro 5
11.8 lt/100km
(24 MPG)


19.4 lt/100km
(15 MPG)
Nissan GT-R (530 hp)
2011-2012 AWD Automated Manual Euro 5
12.0 lt/100km
(24 MPG)


19.7 lt/100km
(14 MPG)
Nissan GT-R (485 hp)
2009-2011 AWD Automated Manual Euro 5
12.4 lt/100km
(23 MPG)


20.4 lt/100km
(14 MPG)
Nissan GT-R (485 hp)
2009-2009 AWD Automated Manual Euro 4
12.4 lt/100km
(23 MPG)


21.0 lt/100km
(13 MPG)

Nissan GT-R Review

In this review, we are going to make a review of the Nissan GT-R. We will examine the Nissan GT-R by classifying vehicle details, under three main categories such as; The Features of the Nissan GT-RThe Fuel Consumption of the Nissan GT-R and Does It Suit You? Before starting the review phase, I would love to share some general information about the history of the Nissan GT-R. Nissan brand had a legendary model already called Skyline GT-R. However, they wanted a replacement for a new generation. So, they created GT-R. It was related to Skyline GT-R in some ways. Over the years, GT-R was a concept car for Nissan. These two GT-R concepts exhibited in the 2001 Tokyo Motor Show and the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show. Official debut of the GT-R announced in 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.

 

The Features of the Nissan GT-R

In this part of the review, we are going to focus on the features of the Nissan GT-R. As a starting point, we can talk about the exterior design. Since the concept car designs appeared, it was clear that the GT-R would be ahead of its time. Although the design of the vehicle is similar to concept cars, the weight of the second concept design is felt in the exterior design. Nissan GT-R designed by the Japanese designer Hirohisa Ono. The GT-R stands out as a reflection of Japanese culture, with a streamlined design that goes beyond standard sports car designs. Now, we can move on to the interior design features of the Nissan GT-R. When you step into the car's cabin, you will be greeted by many control mechanisms and technological displays. The most striking one of these displays is the customizable multifunction display in the center console. All information about the vehicle's performance can be found on this screen. At the same time, the gear control mechanism behind the steering wheel makes the car very sporty and comfortable. Finally, let's talk about the technological features of the GT-R. The technological equipment inside the GT-R is highly advanced. First of all, the car's infotainment system has important features such as a rearview monitor and Apple Car Play support. In addition to these features, the Nissan Connect system provides access to several important emergency software and various operating features. Finally, the software Alexa and Google Assistant ensure that drivers and passengers enjoy a pleasant journey.

 

The Fuel Consumption of the Nissan GT-R

Finally, we are going to focus on the fuel consumption of the Nissan GT-R. We usually work on popular engine types and making analyses on them by checking details for an efficient fuel economy analysis. While choosing the right car, you need specific and simple information. That’s why we are using distinction method to make things easier for you. We use two main categories to make a useful distinction such as; The Most Economical One and The Most Powerful One. However, Nissan GT-R’s most commonly used engine type is 3.8. So, we are going to analyze this engine type with the useful details. 3.8 has got a six cylindered inner engine structure with a 3799 cm3 size. It is quite big and powerful. 3.8 is using a petrol based fuel injection system. So, we can say that it is a petrol type engine. This engine is capable of producing 570 horsepower and a torque of 6800 RPM. According to the official factory data, 3.8 has got a 17,0lt/100km (which refers to 17 MPG in the UK) fuel consumption rate in Urban usage. However, this fuel consumption performance decreasing to 8,8lt/100km (which refers to 32 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage such as; Highways or Long Distance Trip. When we combine these two MPG Rate, we get an 11,8lt/100km (which refers to 24 MPG in the UK) average MPG performance.

 

Does It Suit You?

The Nissan GT-R is truly a machine for performance and driving pleasure. While the giant 570 hp engine melts the asphalt, the aerodynamic design maximizes road holding. All these features prove that the GT-R is not a fuel-efficient car. However, this situation should not keep you away from it. If you can afford it, the GT-R can be a delightful toy for you. Of course, if you have family, that changes. This car is quite small and costly for your wife and children. So, if you are looking for a family car, the Nissan GT-R is not for you.