The fuel economy is considerably to Nissan's advantage. This automobile burns 2.9 l less gasoline in the combined cycle compared to the Mercedes SLS AMG. It is also worth to know that average fuel consumption in the combined cycle for the S segment, in which the Nissan GT-R Coupe is classified, equals to 9.7 l while the Nissan GT-R Coupe 3.8 285HP automatic 4x4 needs by 7 percent more amount of fuel than the average.
The Nissan uses 23 % of petrol fewer in the city in relation to the Mercedes SLS AMG. The Nissan GT-R Coupe, which represents S class, burns up 1.8 l more fuel, which is by 14 percent more result than the average in the same segment. The difference in fuel consumption between these two cars is quite significant, so note that so as to the comparison have a sense, you should choose vehicles of similar characteristics.
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
The Nissan can reach the speed of 100Km/h in 3.5 s, which is 0.3 s less when compared to the Mercedes SLS AMG. But the difference is not as much big to be taken into account when buying a ride.
With more luggage capacity the Nissan GT-R will have much more room for carrying things and be more functional one than the Mercedes SLS AMG Coupe. If the capacity of the boot is appeals to you, the Nissan will be better to choose because it is around 139 liters more spacious than the boot of its contender.
Maximal torque RPM
The RMP where the highest torque is delivered indicates how fast an engine achieves its best performance with growth in rotational speed. The lower revolutions or the wider range at which the torque is the highest, the more the engine is flexible and a sensation of acceleration is felt faster.
Nissan GT-R Coupe 3.8 285HP automatic 4x4 has 3 percent longer wheelbase in relation to the Mercedes SLS AMG. A longer wheelbase provides more stable and comfortable ride, especially when driving fast. It also gives more storage space. However, vehicles having a longer wheelbase are not as maneuverable as those with a shorter wheelbase.
The Nissan GT-R Coupe is 29 millimeters longer in relation to the Mercedes SLS AMG. Long vehicles have roomy cabin and in most cases have plenty of trunk space. While the Nissan GT-R seems to be better choice for families or drivers who value soft, smooth long-distance driving, the Mercedes may appeal to singles as it will not make problems with parking and will be easier for turning in narrow streets.
Number of doors
In this case a user of the Nissan GT-R Coupe gets a one door more at the back of a car. It will allow him to put baggage into a trunk in more convenient manner, especialy when it comes to things of big size. Passages of both cars who want to travel in the back need to get in a car through a front door which requires folding a front seat.
The higher a car is, the the more convenient is a boarding it and greater possibility of loading massive amount of luggage to it. The difference between these two cars at the level of 110 millimeters to the advantage of the Nissan is not big and does not matter much.