Thread: E92 M3 To Gtr
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      10-19-2012, 11:43 AM   #54
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Originally Posted by Sakred View Post
Maintenance is nothing like that. A good set of tires will run about $1200, Transmission/Diff fluid change = $900, Good Brake pads are about $500 for all 4 corners, and Good non drilled rotors are $1400 (if you track the car). These are the most expensive perishables on the car. Everything else like engine oil change $120, Alignment, etc are all negligible. The GTR is probably the cheapest Supercar to maintain.

Hammad
Correct

As for the brakes, I picked up a full set of used 2012 Front / Rear Rotors with Pads for $1250 shipped it was only used for approximately 500 miles.

If you DIY the oil change with filter is around $60.00 and if you DIY the Transmission and Diffs you will only pay $600+ for the fluids.

I also picked up a rear set of OEM 285/35/20 Bridgestone RE70 runflats tires for about $100 Each with 90% Thread.

It is indeed the cheapest Supercar to maintain.