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2012-04-05 @ 10:05 | © photo courtesy of: Nissan
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Nissan Altima 3.5 V6Nissan AltimaNissan AltimaNissan AltimaNissan AltimaNissan AltimaNissan AltimaNissan GT-R (R35) Premium EditionNissan GT-R (R35) Premium EditionThe GT-R darts to 60mph in 3 seconds flat with metronomic consistency.The only way to spin a GT-R would be to carry so much speed into a corner that the laws of physics simply refuse to be ignored.Nissan GT-R (R35) Premium EditionAlso the GT-R's gearbox was tweaked, with smoothness and intuitiveness improved.Nissan GT-R (R35) Premium EditionFor 2012 Nissan has pumped power of the GT-R up to 550 hp.Nissan GT-R (R35) Premium EditionPainted in matt black and with a serious roll-cage inside the Juke R feels every bit the racer.The Juke-R only has the ‘old’ GT-R 485 hp engine and the less favoured gearbox, but the rest of the car is so much more fun.Despite weighing more than the GT-R, the Juke R feels immediately more alert.Nissan Juke R vs 2012 Nissan GT-RNissan GT-R (R35) Black EditionNissan GT-R (R35) Black Edition
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