Originally Posted by devo
Correct, no back seats. If you did need those then a reason not to dd it. I don't think the ride is any more rough than the GTR I test drove. Granted that was a 2009. As a matter of fact the .2 GT3 was softer in normal suspension mode. GT3s have sport and normal suspension modes as well as quiet and rock on exhaust mode
Ground clearance is a toss up I thought, maybe not. Mine barely ever scrapes but I am cognizant of it. The front lip is meant to take abuse anyway and is very easily replaced.
I think its pretty close too. The GTR is no touring car. That said I have never really understood the harsh ride slams. They're sports cars and they're suppose to be firm. I can't tell a difference in ride quality between my 2009 and 2012 GTR. Frankly the only thing that gets annoying to me using a sports car as a DD isn't harsh ride quality, its road noise (and the Nissan has plenty of that).