Originally Posted by Skullbussa
The GT-R is a great daily driver provided you don't need easy access to the back seats. The torque and transmission set to auto mode make it a dream, much less fatiguing than many would have you believe. It is not a hard riding car, especially on Michelin Pilot Super Sports. Put it into Comfort mode and it is no harder riding than a G37 coupe.
Wow G37's must have a very harsh ride. I'm totally fine with harsh rides, but I've driven a GTR and my M3 with coilovers set fairly hard feel like a lexus compared to the GTR. There's also very little insulation so in-cabin noise is very loud. Again, not a complaint from me, but lets be real here. There's no sign of luxury in the GTR. It's design to do one thing...go like hell. The M3 is refined, comfortable and very quiet in comparison.
OEM M3 GTS Splitter/Wing/Harness Bar/Rear Seat Delete, Ohlin R&T, Brembo BBK, Akrapovic GT4, Alekshop Oil Cooler, ESS Tune/Pulley, Recaro SPG, 18" BBS FI, CAE Shifter, Vorschlag Camber Plates, Bimmerworld Toe-Links/End-Links/Motor Mounts, RD Sport Front Sway, Turner Solid Subframe/Diff Bushings, Awron Gauge.