Nissan GT-R – 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

Presented by

Big numbers for these rockets

Nissan GT-R – 2018 Market Review
Nissan GT-R

Nissan GT-R – 2018 Market Review

The great ‘Godzilla’ is quite rightly starting to show its colours as a genuine classic. Australian-delivered R32s will sell at $70-80,000 but are yet to recoup their original $110,000 selling price.

Half that amount buys a very good Japanese-spec R32 which are gaining value or an R33 which are not.

Fewer than 1000 R32 V-Spec versions were built and prices above $50,000 are justified.

The R34 Nur [for Nurburgring] is showing big collector potential.

Just 750 were made and cars being imported or already here can exceed $200,000.

‘Normal’ R34s are easier to find and V Spec versions sell at around $100,000.

With plenty in the market that pricing might not be sustained for long.

GT-R R32 (Aust-Spec) $76,750 [2] 

GT-R R32 (Import) $40,850 [20]

GT-R R33 $37,575 [26] 

GT-R R34 $87,750 [19] 

GT-R R34 Nurburgring $195,055 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

GT-R buyer guide

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Japanese Classic Car Value Guide.

Understanding our value guides

Japanese Classic Car Value Guide home page

Muscle Car Value Guide home page

Sell your car for free right here

Sign up to our free weekly newsletter for more unique car reviews and features plus see the latest unique and classic cars for sale.

Subscribe to Unique Cars magazine
- Print edition
- Digital edition