Nissan GT-R - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Nissan GT-R 2019 market review

The Nissan R32 Skyline GTR (aka Godzilla) has officially become a ‘vintage’ car.

The earliest ones appeared in 1989 and while basic R32s aren’t rare with over 37,000 built, the 100 cars imported and complied by Nissan Australia occupy a special market and are headed for $100,000.

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Typical ‘grey’ imports are climbing too but should sell in the $35-45,000 range. A small sample size has helped the average for BNR33 versions and decent examples are being seen below the average at around $35,000.

The R34 GTR is available in quite prolific numbers but maintains its value here and on international markets.

Collectors have spent close to $300,000 on a ‘Nur’ limited edition but you can save $150K and get a V-Spec.

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GTR R32 (Aust-Spec) $81,165 [6] 

GTR R32 (Import) $56,370 [26]

GTR R33 $51,240 [12] 

GTR R34 $89,760 [9] 

GTR R34 V-Spec $144,765 [9]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Japanese car Market Value Guide.


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