Base Versus Loaded: 2012 Nissan GT-R
When you talk about accessorizing Godzilla, other people might think of a guy in a lizard suit wearing lots of jewelry and fancy shoes. You and we think of loading up the Nissan GT-R with options in an online configurator (or, for a lucky few of us, at the actual dealership).
We were surprised, though, at how little can actually be purchased on top of the GT-R’s base MSRP. The most expensive addition we were able to tack on was a special paint job. You might be surprised what came in as the second-highest add-on.
We left a couple boxes unchecked, as they were redundant, or included in another option. Really, we don’t need two sets of floor mats.
$89,950 (Nissan GT-R Premium) + $1000 (destination and handling) + $0 (options) = $90,950
$89,950 (Nissan GT-R Premium) + $1000 (destination and handling) + $7650 (options) = $97,600
What Does $7650 Buy?
Cold Weather Package – $0
– Special 50:50 Coolant Mix
– Dunlop SP Sport 7010 all-season run-flat tires
Super Silver Special Metallic Paint – $3000
RearView Monitor – $600
Premium Sport Carpeted Floor Mats – $1185
Chrome Jack with GT-R Logo – $299
Jack Rod – $8
Tool Kit – $760
Vehicle Cover – $380
Vehicle Cover Cable Lock – $11
Wheel Locks – $41
GT-R Multi-Purpose Bag – $190
Air Bag Anti-Theft Volts – $11
Emergency Road Kit – $63
Seat Belt Extender – $46
Smoker’s Kit – $16
Nissan License Plate Frame and Valve Stem Cap Package – $40