Originally Posted by Z K
They can, but they don't which makes it rare. The GT-R is exclusive in that you don't see them. Only 6000 examples exist in the USA for all the production years combined. That's a pretty small number which is less than the number of Ferrari sold in the USA. You'll sooner see a Ferrari than a GT-R on the road.
What do you mean 'they don't', the GT-R is being picked up and dropped left and right, (see NAGTROC or Cars.com or M3post) I've never seen such rapid turnover.
I guess it seems like a higher number because part of that 6000 gets dumped back into the open market so while 2000 might be available through Nissan and dealerships per year as new, another 500-1000+ are available in the used, preowned market.