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      07-19-2011, 11:59 AM   #51

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Originally Posted by erio View Post
There are a lot of rumors about high maintenance. Maintenance really isn't that bad. Of course you don't get free maintenance like BMW, but that's the case with most cars. Oil changes are around $150-200 every 6000 and the 2012 doesn't need the transmission oil change until 36000 miles.
I don't think it's maintenance, I think the fear is more with parts. Replacing a clutch, brake pads, exhaust, transmission, turbo, etc.

This general sentiment that Nissan could potentially walk away from warranty repairs on parts that could cost between 10-20k, was due to Nissan's initial reaction to the launch control issue, and voiding warranties on a handful of cars.

But as one of the resident GT-R lovers stated, comparitively (performance competitor's) it's not that bad.