Nissan considering voiding warranty on second-owner GT-Rs

Nissan is considering voiding the warranty on its upcoming GT-R if the car exchanges hands during the first year it is on the road. There is already a long waiting list for the super-coupe, including many people who intend to sell the car as soon as they take delivery, making a premium over the sticker price. Nissan is considering the move in order to prevent, or at least limit, this from happening.

"That's the route we're looking at," said Scott Vazin, Nissan's director of product public relations. "A warranty decision will be made before the Tokyo auto show." The GT-R is expected to be priced near $70,000 when it hits dealer showrooms.