Review of 2016 Nissan GTR Nismo

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There is a little update for the 2016 Nissan GT-R that can be seen in the car’s minor levels of improvement. But you can still find lots of appeal in its powerful powertrain and easy-to-drive character. It has very high handling limits, incredible acceleration and is simple to drive. But, transmission performance is clunky for city drive, some rival stir up much more excitement, disturbing road noise, and very high price premium. 2016 Nissan GTR Nismo is one of the three trim levels along with Premium and Black Edition.

Features and Trim
2016 Nissan GTR Nismo model is topping the GT-R line, which comes with body reinforcements, a stronger engine, stiffer suspension tuning, unique interior trim and aerodynamic upgrades. An option special to the Nismo is a titanium exhaust system. These include an adaptive suspension, LED adaptive headlights, Brembo brakes, LED running lights, keyless start and door and a rearview camera. The interior features leather upholstery, automatic dual-zone climate control, and a heated power eight-way driver seat. Bluetooth phone, navigation, 7-inch touchscreen display, an 11-speaker Bose audio system and a USB interface is available for Information and entertainment system.

Engine and Performance
The 2016 GT-R Nismo comes with a turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine that boosts 600 hp and 481 pound-feet of torque. An advanced all-wheel-drive system send this power to the A six-speed automated manual transmission. The integrated launch-control program helps to increase the performance of this 2016 Nissan GTR Nismo. It takes only 3.2 seconds to reach a 0-60-mph. it rates good fuel economy, with 16 mpg city, 22 highway and 19 mpg combined EPA estimated.

The driver-oriented cockpit is combined with easy to use controls can be expected in the 2016 Nissan GT-R. It is simple for the driver to concentrate his awareness on the driving at hand due to the arrangement of column-mounted shift paddles and well-reinforced front seats. Driver can easily reach everything inside 2016 Nissan GTR Nismo and find where they should be. The 7-inch touchscreen bring information of the typical navigation and audio displays as well as the currently selected gear. It also plays back a variety of performance data including lap times and G-forces produced when turning insistently.

Climb on and out of the 2016 Nissan GTR Nismo is an easy thing nothing like some cars with comparable performance. The car has long doors with somewhat high seating position. For such a performance-intended car, the GT-R is a practical road trip escort as it has surprisingly good comfort front seats.

The 2016 Nissan GTR Nismo comes with Standard safety features such as stability control, antilock disc brakes, side front-seat airbags, traction control, and side full-length curtain airbags. The 2015 GT-R is on average with the world’s top with stopping distance of 99 feet in a top 60-0-mph testing.

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