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9.0
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On Safety
BASE INVOICE
$79,109
BASE MSRP
$84,060
On Safety
Plenty of safety equipment comes with the 2011 Nissan GT-R, though there aren't any crash tests to go on.
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In brake testing, we've recorded a best 60-0 mph stopping distance of 98 feet, a very short distance indeed.
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Despite the lack of hard data, however, the GT-R offers all the advanced technology you'd expect, including seat side airbags, roof-mounted curtain airbags, plus all the standard airbags.

Highly evolved traction and stability controls, plus the standard all-wheel drive boost safety further by helping to maintain control of the car, even in slippery conditions.

The traction control system can be shut off for track driving. However, it's unobtrusive, and there's no penalty to keep it on.

 

Conclusion

Plenty of safety equipment comes with the 2011 Nissan GT-R, though there aren't any crash tests to go on.

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