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New entry-level versions are aimed at boosting lagging sales

With a smooth ride and good power, the Z feels good around town, but flog it in the hills and its age starts to show. The six-speed is geared perfectly, and there's plenty of bottom-end torque, but the motor is buzzy over 4,500 rpm, and the softly sprung suspension gets floppy when you're pushing hard. Overall grip is disappointing.

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The Nissan engine was chosen for its reliability

Glickenhaus will equip the 004S with a tuned Nissan GT-R VR38DETT V6. This means a bump in power, as the 650-horsepower estimate for the V8 can now be substituted with a 690hp figure.

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Some may surprise you ... others probably won't

We countdown the 10 worst-selling cars of 2017, including only 2017 and 2018 model-year cars for sale during the entire calendar year.

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Keeping Godzilla going.

Nissan launches the Nismo Heritage program to provide hard-to-find OEM parts for the R32 GT-R.

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Autoblog drives Nissan's DualShock-controlled R35 GT-R at Silverstone.

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The car makes more horsepower than the dyno can measure.

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The Nissan GT-R is a lot to handle, but a day of training at Virginia International Raceway could help.

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Godzilla's latest form officially costs over $100,000 more than the original R35.

The only choice you're making when ordering the Nissan GT-R Nismo is the color, which is also the only way to drive the price up beyond the nearly $177,000 starting price.

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This Toyota 86 will never be called underpowered.

For times when a LaFerrari isn't powerful enough.

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These cars definitely don’t have ‘the Fizz.”

Look away, there's a Japanese supercar on the list.

A drone that’s as fast as a supercar. Nissan unveiled its GT-R Drone.

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Godzilla goes to finishing school.

The Nissan GT-R's appeal has always stemmed from its violent acceleration and singular focus on forward motion. For 2017, it also learned some manners.

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A now-standard titanium exhaust – formerly a $12,900 option – means the price increase is justified.

While Nissan has only released pricing info for the base GT-R Premium, we've done a bit of educated guessing and come up with prices for higher trim levels.

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