R35 GT-R Value Soars Under YouTuber’s Ownership

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Few automobiles have left such a massive imprint on the Japanese car industry as the Nissan Skyline GT-R. Its origin dates to the middle of the 20th century, and today with the presence of the R35 GT-R, the grand tale of the Nissan Skyline GT-R has become firmly established in history. Though it had only a limited number of devotees at first, many afficionados of the car may have been introduced to the GT-R when the U.S. was exposed to the Nissan Skyline GT-R in the second and fourth installments of the Fast and Furious franchise.

A certain enthusiast of the Nissan GT-R, Brian from Bros FOURR Speed’s YouTube station, declared his passionate admiration for it in his latest video. As a tyke, it was Brian’s long-held aspiration to have one of these awesome vehicles and he can now say with joy that he has mantained his R35 for more than 5 years.

As Brian’s YouTube channel continues to go from strength to strength, he has decided to part with his beloved 2014 Nissan GT-R R35 in order to purchase his aspiration: a Lamborghini Gallardo.

I SOLD My Nissan GT-R After 5.5 Years Of Fun! Dream Car Gone!

The Nissan GT-R is often referred to as Godzilla, and for a good reason. Boasting the supercar-annihilating VR38DETT motor, it’s no wonder why it has earned this powerful title. Brian claims that if he could go back in time and start again with his GT-R, he would simply install a mid-pipe, 3″ intakes, and a stage 2 tune, rather than going all out with a plethora of complex modifications.

Brian perceives that this is the ultimate combination of performance and value for money for the R35 GT-R. The R35 Nissan GT-R, as it stands, is an offer too great to refuse, with its twin-turbo V6 3.8-liter engine yielding 557hp and a maximum of 467 lb ft torque in its base form.

Stated differently, the conventional NISMO incarnation of the R35 generates 592 horsepower and 481 pound-feet of torque, while the remarkably exclusive Nissan GT-R50 can produce an impressive 710 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque.

Brian bemoans having to part ways with his dream car but happily notes that it appreciated in worth over the five-and-a-half years he owned it. Although it was racked up about 20,000 miles of wear and tear, he was able to preserve its appearance due to the three-year-old ceramic coating that is still brilliant. Inside, its maroon and grey two-tone cabin remains pristine, especially with the vibrant red highlights from the seating and trims.

The expense of an Nissan GT-R R35 dramatically shifts contingent on the model year and state, with secondhand ones being marketed anywhere from roughly $70,000- such as Brian’s GT-R- to above $200,000. As a result, 2023 may turn out to be the flawless time to obtain a used R35 Nissan GT-R given that the EV transition is in full swing and ICE performance vehicles are slowly fading away.

Brian said his last goodbye, delivered the GT-R to the consignment shop, and marched onward with a cheerful face.

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