5 Cars We're Looking Forward to Most in 2014(Oct 15, 2013)@nicholas if some paid the $100K for the GTR and then took the $80K+ extra that the Porsche costs and rolled that money into the GTR, then you would have a 1000+whp car. Hmmm...which one is the better buy? Dumb question.
5 Cars We're Looking Forward to Most in 2014(Oct 15, 2013)It is truly amazing how opinionated and uneducated most of the comments are. The current GTR does 0-60 in 2.7 sec. The 3.8 motor and tranny can safely run ~650whp. Anything above that requires building the motor and tranny. My car has 640whp and hits 60 in 1.97 seconds on a prepped track with R888 tires. Those who knock the GTR have never driven one. Period.
MT Pits GT-R Against R8 V10(May 25, 2013)Put $15K into the GTR and it has almost 800 crank hp. Put $15K into the R8 and it has maybe another 100 hp...maybe. For the money, nothing can touch to GTR.
MT Pits GT-R Against R8 V10(May 25, 2013)I've owned both cars. The GTR, then the R8 V10. After the Audi I went back to the GTR. couldn't disagree more with the last summary o the video. Yes the R8 is softer, but this kind of car isn't supposed to be soft, it's supposed to perform.
Nissan GT-R by SR Auto Group(Feb 23, 2013)Why does CarBuzz feature cars that are pretty much stock? Do these companies pay them to get business? My GT-R looks 10x better than this. Can it be featured here? Losing respect for CB every time I open this app.
5 Upcoming Geneva Motor Show Stars(Feb 10, 2013)I like reading on this app, but man you guys make a lot of statistical mistakes. The current Grand Sport makes 450 hp, not the Z06 (505 hp). You would think that a basic search would be made before stating stats on cars would be made. Smh