Hey guys,
Here is my advice before you buy a Nissan GTR. There are a few other nuances I did not include, but this should take care of the major items to look out for. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments section below and hit that like button to support my channel. Thanks!

GTR Transmission & Differential Fluid change:

GTR Oil Change:

GTR Midpipe Installation:

Putting a GTR on jackstands:

GTR Exhaust Installation:
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    • Michael Beard
      Michael Beard

      Thank you very cool video I learned a lot and when looking for a used GTR to buy in the future. GREAT JOB

      about 1 year ago
    • meowmeow

      GTR's don't take good pictures. I like the way they look in person, but when I look at pictures of them, none ever capture how good it looks.

      about 3 hours ago
    • GT Content
      GT Content In reply to meowmeow


      about 3 hours ago
    • Matthew Scott
      Matthew Scott

      Thanks so much for putting this together, it was very informative.

      about 4 hours ago
    • Jas Arjun
      Jas Arjun

      bye bye gtr...honda civic turbo /awd turbo all the way.....

      about 1 day ago
    • john sosa
      john sosa

      Too expensive and too heavy,plus the automatic transmission GTR Is for girls,a $5,000 Honda civic with a turbo could beat Gtr in race.lol

      about 2 days ago
    • Maverick224

      Isn’t the price of the Nismo Edition also down to the fact it’s hand built at the Nismo factory each engine has its own master builder. Everything is at the highest level while being built checked and rechecked not robot built, no imperfections during build parts or tolerances. ?

      about 3 days ago
    • Tobio Kageyama
      Tobio Kageyama

      Does it have a spare tire??? I need to know!!!

      about 7 days ago
    • GT Content
      GT Content In reply to Tobio Kageyama

      No. The GTR comes standard with run flat tires.

      about 7 days ago
    • 2slick35

      Excellent info on Nissan's beast! You always hear the good but never the facts...and the facts are the honest truth!

      about 10 days ago
    • David118

      R35 sounds like a headache. I'll be good with an r32

      about 10 days ago
    • ARC

      One day I am going to own a GTR...but right now I am so damn happy with my 2016 Maxima SV!!

      about 15 days ago
    • TheDark Nite
      TheDark Nite

      Love the car but it's way too much money and effort to maintain. I make good money and can easily afford one but don't want to spend it on car maintenance (premium gas, brakes, tires, etc.). I'll stick with my Subaru. Thanks for Info. Enjoy!

      about 18 days ago
    • TasteMyStinkhole

      "Really hard to beat the performance per dollar"... no.
      Car and Driver has the definitive list of 242 cars they tested on VIR's track,
      In those tests, Camaros and Corvettes slaughtered the NISMO GT-R, which is an utter humilation for the massively overpriced GT-R.
      You'll also note in these test results that the *2012 GT-R scored EXACTLY the same track time as the 2017 GT-R Track Edition*... which tells you while Nissan was massively jacking up the price for 5 years, they gave the customer NOTHING in return for increased performance. Clearly Japan is still pissed off about Hiroshima and Nagasaki, so one form of payback is raping the hell out of us on their hugely overpriced, overhyped 'performance' car.

      You should also note that without launch control, simply using the gas pedal, the GT-R crawls to 60 in lumbering 4 seconds... a far cry from launch control times.
      This is not a 3500 lb, 650 HP/TQ Corvette Z06 for a mere $80k
      There are plenty of RWD cars that are hitting well under 4 seconds with no launch control required.

      2015 Corvette ZO6 10th place @ 2:44.6
      2018 Camaro ZL1 1LE 13th place @ 2:45.7
      2015 NISMO GT-R 23rd place @ 2:49.4

      You definitely convinced me... unless you're a master mechanic, or are drowning in cash, you'd be a fool to buy a GT-R from the Pearl Harbor bombers.

      about 18 days ago
    • TasteMyStinkhole
      TasteMyStinkhole In reply to TasteMyStinkhole

      @GT Content
      I'm new to this channel.
      I would be happy to watch your videos where you explained...
      1. The GT-R went up dramatically in price while providing ZERO measurable performance increase.
      Hopefully you stated it explicitly for the simpletons, not just hinted at it, hoping it would go unnoticed.

      2. The Corvette AND Camaro beat the NISMO GT-R on a track. The other GT-R's aren't even in the ballpark, so everyone calm down on calling it "Godzilla" and "supercar killer" when it's never been put head to head with a Pagani, Bugatti, Koenigsegg, McLaren P1, Ferrari FXX, ..., ..., ... and yes, even the McLaren 720S slaughtered the NISMO on the track.

      3. Mashing the gas pedal gets you the slow crawl to 60 in 4 seconds, so everyone calm down on stating the car ONLY does 0-60 in 2.7 seconds.

      4. Do you mention Nissan 'highly suggests' that only certified GT-R techs can work on the car, and that not every Nissan dealershit has a certified GT-R tech on staff, meaning you could end up driving hundreds of miles to get your car serviced?

      -->"Why would you care what I/others have to think"
      I'm not on YouTard to care what others think. I'm on YouTard to give people indisputable truths that they'd rather not confront.

      about 18 days ago
    • GT Content
      GT Content In reply to TasteMyStinkhole

      @TasteMyStinkhole I've addressed the negative points already with videos from my channel. There's nothing new you've brought up.

      As I've stated above, buy the car that suits you. Why would you care what I/others have to think. It's your money.

      Even if you spend 99.99% on the street, but C&D track tests determine your purchasing decision, then have at it. Why so bitter knowing people can make there own decisions?

      To sum up, you went from C&D track times > Reliving the past with Pearl harbor > Japan is evil > conspiracy behind GTR prices > Anyone who disagrees with you is a "GTR cheerleader/knob slob" > Justifying racism > Political content > Assumptions/attacks about me.

      It's a weird world we live in. Enjoy your day.

      about 18 days ago
    • TasteMyStinkhole
      TasteMyStinkhole In reply to TasteMyStinkhole

      @GT Content
      -->"this comment is bench racing at it's best. Lol"

      -->"What is it's REAL world (street) abilities?"
      That is the entire point of having track test results.
      A cars performance on a track is a direct measure of its oversteer, understeer, breaking, and acceleration.
      I couldn't care less about driving on a track myself, however, having track results of 242 cars on THE SAME TRACK, many driven by the same driver and in the same weather conditions is incredibly valuable performance data, and only Car and Driver has compiled such a huge resource.
      I like to know OBJECTIVELY what the performance CAPABILITY is of the car I'm buying, whether I can use that performance or not.
      I like to know OBJECTIVELY whether the GT-R cheerleaders are justified in their knob slobbing about the supposed "supercar slayer"
      As I clearly and OBJECTIVELY demonstrated, the GT-R is massively overrated by the knob slobbers, and the ayhole Nagasaki_Hiroshima manufacturer put out 5 YEARS of GT-Rs, enormously jacking up the price, and giving ZERO performance improvement in return.

      -->"What's with the racism?"
      No, what's with the colorful humor.
      Many of the funniest comics in the business make fun of race, age, disability, gender, ... and there's nothing whatsoever wrong with that.
      And most who don't have a snowflake personality and need "safe spaces" from speech they disagree with, have no problem with "racist" jokes.

      -->"My video had nothing to do with Pearl harbor."
      Nissan's country of orgin is Japan.
      Japan bombed Pearl Harbor
      We bombed Nagasaki and Heroshima
      When discussing the ayholes at Nissan, I have creative ways of describing why they sent the price through the roof and their $170k NISMO junk can't even beat a Corvette around a track. How about we engage in some honesty about cars peformance instead of hiding behind underserved knob slobbing.
      The GT-R was impressive in 2009. It's now an overhyped ripoff.

      Next you'll say "then why are you here commenting if you don't knob slob for Nissan"
      And to that I would ask, "so you only want to hear from knob slobbers who echo your inflated irrational opinion about the car?"
      If you were genuinely objective about it, you'd mention these points so I don't have to.

      about 18 days ago
    • GT Content
      GT Content In reply to TasteMyStinkhole

      Not to be rude, but this comment is bench racing at it's best. Lol

      If this is what determines your decision, then buy the Camaro. I'm sure nobody is offended. It's also a great platform.

      The GTR is not going to be everyone's car. People have there own preferences and purposes and that's fine.

      Some thoughts:
      -What can YOU do with the car as you hopefully will be the one driving it? -Will YOU be able to wring out the full potential?
      -What is it's REAL world (street) abilities? Comfort? Performance? Cost of ownership? Etc.
      -What cars are actually fast on the street or winning events or setting records (1/2 mile, drag race, autocross, track, etc.)

      Only YOU can answer this as it'll be YOU'RE car and hopefully YOU'RE driving it and enjoying it's full potential and not leaving it to someone else driving it.

      What's with the racism? My video had nothing to do with Pearl harbor.

      about 18 days ago
    • Auto Flair Exotics
      Auto Flair Exotics

      Very Informative Channel

      about 19 days ago
    • axel pasma
      axel pasma

      Great man!

      about 23 days ago
    • Razor

      I can't afford one yet so I gonna get 350Z instead 👏🤙

      about 25 days ago
    • Official TD
      Official TD

      What’s your opinion on a 2009 GTR with 96K Miles

      about 27 days ago
    • kronosecw

      Thinking about getting a 2015 since they're in the 60k range + increased power. Saw some other people commenting that the 2013 was the best year. Thoughts?

      about 28 days ago
    • Ty Ty
      Ty Ty

      That’s too much work playa. That’s why I only buy new cars. I just copped me 2020 Bugatti . I’m playa yal hating

      about 1 month ago
    • Patrique Mansour
      Patrique Mansour

      Why i am here if i can't afford a gtr

      about 1 month ago
    • Hussain Al-Bulushi
      Hussain Al-Bulushi

      Hi.. Great video and thank you for all the valuable information. I wanted to ask about the tire pressure light on the dashboard of the GTRs! I had a look at a few GTRs at dealers and almost all of them had the light ON. Does it really indicate low tire pressure or is there something more serious I am not being told?

      about 1 month ago
    • Hussain Al-Bulushi
      Hussain Al-Bulushi In reply to Hussain Al-Bulushi

      Cool.. I guess I will do that and see.. It's just strange that even online mayny GTRs up for sale have this light ON. Thanks for the reply man and keep up the good work :-)

      about 1 month ago
    • GT Content
      GT Content In reply to Hussain Al-Bulushi

      Probably been sitting for a while and lost tire pressure. Air the tires up to see if the light goes away.

      about 1 month ago
    • digi051669

      Covered all the screwed up things on my GTR. Hehehe

      about 1 month ago
    • audilicous

      Subscribed. I'm saving up over the next few years so a 2015 is within budget when I'm ready (:

      about 1 month ago
    • Raymond Teng
      Raymond Teng

      what do cba and dba stand for?

      about 1 month ago
    • GT Content
      GT Content In reply to Raymond Teng

      Refers to the engine management system.

      about 1 month ago
    • Kushtrim Visoka
      Kushtrim Visoka

      Ywe i would buy it

      about 1 month ago
    • Maria Lucia Hernandez
      Maria Lucia Hernandez

      Thank you so much, this is an amazing video

      about 1 month ago
    • Chris Sterett
      Chris Sterett

      Thanks for the vid, it really influenced my decision to go with a 2017 instead of 2010. I love it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ser Pinfingers
      Ser Pinfingers

      I own a V35, but i am allowed to dream

      about 2 months ago
    • TKTheHedgehog

      After watching this, I'm convinced that this is not a real "GTR" I feel like it needs too much. It doesn't look like an enthusiast car at all like it's older brothers. Shame. I think I'll wait for the 25 year ban to lift, and overpay for an r34.

      about 2 months ago
    • esjihn

      Music so chill

      about 2 months ago
    • g4rr377

      Everytime i take mine into the shop they tell me that the waffle sprocket has oscillated and needs replacing. Costs me $700 each time. What is it that I'm paying for?

      about 2 months ago