There will be 691 Nissan dealers in the United States authorized by the manufacturer to sell you (or perhaps your boss… or his boss, depending on the mark-up) a Nissan GT-R. Familiar with the GT-R? If not, click here for the great Japanese quasi-Corvette known as the Skyline GT-R in former generations.
The basic MSRP at those 691 dealers will be $69,850 or an extra $2,050 for the Premium GT-R. GT-R certification wasn’t easy to come by for Nissan dealers. Sales transactions are meant to be performed by dealer principals or upper-tier managers. The service managers and technicians require special training and one of those technicians must be classified as a master tech. Commitments were required as far as infrastructure, sales, and service goes.