How much does a R32 sell for?

How much does a R32 sell for?

Most were selling between $20,000 and $25,000. Today, the best Nissan R32 in America costs north of $75,000. Exhibit A: A stock, low-mileage example sold at the Bonhams Quail Lodge Auction during Monterey Car Week in August 2017 for $86,900.

Is the R32 legal to import?

The R32 GT-R was launched in 1989, thus making it 25 years old, the age in which a car originally not approved for sale in the US can be imported legally. It says so in fine print in the Code of Federal Regulations (Title 49, part 591.5(i), if you want to check).

What year will the R32 be legal?

Simply put, it’s a road-legal rally car. Sadly though, it’s still under the 25-year rule, so having these on American soil legally will have to wait until 2024.

How many Nissan R32 are left?

The R32 Zero-R was a special tuner edition which was engineered by HKS with 441 kW (591 hp; 600 PS). 10 were made but only 4 remain in existence. One was bought by the Sultan of Brunei. One of them was bought at the 2019 Tokyo Auto Salon for A$212,000 and sent to Australia.

How much is a R32 in Japan?

¥4,450,000 yen
The launch price in Japan of the R32 GT-R ¥4,450,000 yen, making the GT-R significantly more expensive than the standard R32 model, but much cheaper than much of its competition.

Will R32 GT-R go up in value?

With demand growing for the R33 and supplies dwindling for the R32, values for the R32 GT-R have held up. Values have increased gradually since 2015, posting an average gain of 30 percent as supply has adapted to meet demand.

Why is the R32 so popular?

Notably, the revered status of the R32 is due mainly to the exploits of the R32 GT-R on and off the race tracks. Amazingly, the R32 GT-R is powered by the awesome RB26DETT engine that was designed to produce around 500 horsepower in the racing versions but was understated to 276 horses in production trims.