With the 2019 Nissan GT-R, Nissan set out to create a car that is more than just aerodynamic. Instead, they built a car specific to the modern driver’s needs.
Starting with the redesigned front-end, Nissan added more grille openings to keep vital internal elements cool. The automaker also remodeled the front fascia to help direct air into the front fender to reduce drag. Nissan also redesigned the rear fascia to extend it sideways. This redesign pushes air away from the rear, which allows the exhaust to cool faster.
The interior of the car is pure craftsmanship. When you step into the car, you’ll notice the attention to detail. From the boars lined with Nappa leather to the multi-touch screen, drivers have everything that they could want or need in the 2019 Nissan GT-R.
What’s unique about the engine for the new GT-R is that it was assembled by hand by one single technician. This attention to detail is unparalleled. The 3.8-liter V6 bi-turbo engine generates 565 horsepower and an incredibly exciting ride.
Q: I’ve never leased before. Why should I start now?
A: It’s simple. Leasing a car gives you the flexibility that purchasing a car does not. Instead of making a long-term commitment, you get to try out the car for a while. Think of it like dating your car. You get all of the benefits of driving a brand new GT-R without the high upfront cost.
Q: My friend has always wanted a Nissan GT-R. Can they drive it a little bit?
A: As much as we understand the appeal of the GT-R, the only people who can drive your car are those who are listed in your contract. If you decide to let someone drive who isn’t on your lease, you open yourself up to all kinds of problems. Call your lease agent to discuss adding someone to your contract.
Q: Speaking of changes, am I able to adjust my agreement?
A: Absolutely. Leasing would be pointless if there weren’t an element of flexibility at play. Most of the smaller details of your contract are open to negotiation, so you can make several changes as you go.
Q: This is the best car I’ve ever driven. Am I able to purchase it?
A: Yes, it happens all the time. If you fall in love with your car during your lease, you can always pay the difference at the end of your contract to own it. You can also extend your lease agreement if you want to keep driving it.
Q: I made a small dent in the car. You pay for that, right?
A: Unfortunately, no. As part of your agreement, you agree to pay for all damages, repairs, and maintenance fees.
To get the most out of your lease agreement, contact OZ Leasing today. We take care of all of the details for you, and we’ll even deliver the vehicle straight to your home!