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Nissan Temporarily STOP Taking GT-R Orders

October 10, 2008

We’ve been hearing the rumours in the Japanese motoring press lately that this might happen and as of this week it is confirmed. Nissan has instructed dealers to temporarily halt taking orders on the new Japanese supercar – the Nissan GT-R. When ordering will recommence, at this stage, is unclear. This is for Nissan Japan only and we’re not sure if it applies to other regions right now.

Exactly the reasoning behind this is not given right now, if the Tochigi Factory production line has also been halted is also not known. Rumours regarding the current “price hike” for materials being the reason is also not verified.

Various other reasons are being hypothesised, such as the timing of the next GT-R model being right around the corner or production line upgrades/maintenance.

Nissan Japan have, at this stage, made no formal announcement so it could very well be a extremely temporary glitch. Surely this will push the Spec-V back again though?

Source: GTR-World.net

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