With the introduction of Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S/Toyota GT86, as well as the Mazda MX-5 RF (kinda), there’s been a renewed focus on rear-drive, two-door coupes (a term that should be oxymoronic but somehow isn’t.) A long-term participant in this class, Nissan has taken a big step in not being competitive. Continue reading “Nissan Bravely Commit to Taking Your Money”
Nissan has introduced the 2017 GT-R Track Edition, a mid-level trim to sit between the entry-level Premium edition and boy-racer NISMO edition. Sitting on the base platform, the Track Edition trim bolts on higher-end parts and about $20,000 US.