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I think the GT-R is a great car and I like the looks. And 3.3 sec 0-60 has got to be as exciting as riding a motorcycle. However, the one rub is that I would like to push a car like this to the limits and it is clear that to do that, you will have to spend some extra $$$ on upgrades (new brakes, new tires, etc) and keep a parts bin and mechanic handy.
And for that reason, I prefer the 0-60 in 4.5-4.8 sec you get at the limit with an M3 with the ability to drop it off at the dealer for free scheduled service. I could care less if I didn't have the fastest car in Manhattan! I could care less if someone paid less to have the faster Japanese car in Manhattan! What I do know is that mid 4 sec 0-60 is respectable and in an M3 you can do it every day and not worry about replacement parts.
And I own a E46 M3, push it to the limit every chance I get and have never had a problem with it. It is 5 years old and drives like it did the day I got it.
From this review, all you jokers that push that GT-R to the limit, it will be in the shop more than on the street. And there are some folks, younger folks, that don't have a problem with that.
I will say though that if I had an extra $70k to blow after purchasing the new M3 I plan to get I would get a GT-R as a weekend day/track car. Because like I said in the beginning, 0-60 in 3.3 seconds has to be an amazing feeling.
Source : http://www.autospies.com/news/Edmunds-com-Full-Test-2009-Nissan-GT-R-24527/
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