Drag Race: 2012 Lexus LFA vs 2010 Nissan GT-R

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    $400k VS. 100K. You would think you get 4X performance?



    I still pick the GT-R for value, relatively.
     
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    A car that is as expensive as a mid-range house in San Francisco.... no way.
     
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    Wrong section to post this, try to post in the right section of the forums.
    I would still go with the Nissan, looks a lot nicer and possibly more comfortable.
     
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    Woops.. Sorry IcEWoLF... didn't realize there's one for cars... will do it right next time. I'm with you. The GT-R looks more like a comfortable practical street car, not a race car only ball superstars can afford.
     
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    There are 400K homes in SF? I'm talking about a Single Family home.
     
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    Nissan GTR - $90,000 as apposed to $400,000 for the Toyota and the Toyota wins by less than a car length.... sounds a bit over priced to me.... GTR hands down for me... could have 4 for the same price as 1!
     
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    Ya I'd go with godzilla... Plus was that even the v spec model for the gt-r? I hear they're making a 550hp Gt-R for 150k. I might be wrong though haven't read about cars in a ling time.
     
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    yessshhh! Even if the LFA costs about the same as the GT-R, I still prefer the GT-R! It has uniqe awesome looks. The LFA is like any other Supercars out there: Very low, sharp, scoops, wings, ... like Ferrari, Lambo, Bugati, ... etc. There's nothing new! But, yesh, that's a but, I would'nt mind driving an older Lambo like the Diablo.
     
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    For that kind of money I would take the new Audi A8 Quattro, smoke em both and have enough left over to hit Vegas and a couple tasty ladies.



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