Why the GT-R GT3 is so great for the $2,800+ price point

With a new model of GT-S in the works, the GT3 GT3 continues to prove its worth.

In fact, the model is worth the price.

And we can all agree that the GT’s engine is one of the most reliable of any GT-series car.

That’s why we’ve spent a year reviewing and testing it.

But when it comes to the price, the car is a bargain.

The GT3 costs just $2.800 to purchase, which includes a $500 destination fee and a $750 destination fee for gas.

The engine has a claimed 7.4-liter turbocharged flat four and has a six-speed manual transmission.

Its top speed is rated at 186 mph.

That makes it a respectable-to-great roadster, and the GT is well worth the $800-$1,000 premium.

The $2k-$3k price tag might not sound like much, but it’s actually a significant amount of money for a car that’s only offered in one model year.

The other GT models have a claimed 6.2-liter flat four, a 6.4L V8 and a 6-speed automatic.

The last GT models we tested were the GT2 and GT3, which come with an all-new engine and transmission.

The only GT models with the new engine and manual transmission are the GT1 and GT2, which both come with a 6th-gen, all-aluminum V6 engine.

The new engine is a new 4.2L V6, which means it has an output of 473 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque, the same as the previous generation.

The old 4.0L V4 is rated for 536 hp and 535 lb-f of torque.

The car has a total weight of 6,945 pounds, which makes it the lightest GT.

The seller claims the GT4 comes with an even lighter, 6,000-pound weight advantage.

The top speed at which the GT comes out of gear is electronically limited to 155 mph.

The front-wheel drive GT4 is the only car that can be equipped with a 5.2 liter flat four with the 3.5-liter V6.

The V6 in the GT gets a 645-horsepower, 650-lb-ft V8 that’s rated at 471 hp and 471 lb-lb of torque and is rated to reach a top speed of 188 mph.

And the GT has a top-gear torque of 571 lb.-ft, which is more than twice as much as the 4.3L V12, but less than the 6.1L V10.

So, when you consider the price of a GT3 and its claimed 6,500 pound weight advantage, it’s a pretty sweet deal for the car.