Nissan GT-R MOT Results

Registered in 2012
89.4% pass rate
from 160 tests in 2017
(49% better than other 2012 cars)
Failure rates by item

Here you can drill down into the failure rates for each item on the test. We've also compared the rates to the average results for 2012 cars and highlighted areas where the Nissan GT-R is unusually good or bad.

  • 6.3% fail on Tyres
    • 4.4% fail on Condition
    • 1.9% fail on Tyre pressure monitoring system (9 times worse than other 2012 cars)
    • 0.63% fail on Tread depth
  • 2.5% fail on Registration plates and VIN (5 times worse than other 2012 cars)
    • 2.5% fail on Registration plate (5 times worse than other 2012 cars)
  • 1.9% fail on Lamps, Reflectors and Electrical Equipment (77% better than other 2012 cars)
    • 1.9% fail on Headlamp aim
  • 1.9% fail on Brakes
    • 1.3% fail on Hydraulic systems (4 times worse than other 2012 cars)
      • 1.3% fail on Components (7 times worse than other 2012 cars)
        • 1.3% fail on Pipes (15 times worse than other 2012 cars)
    • 0.63% fail on Hub components
      • 0.63% fail on Brake discs
  • 1.3% fail on Suspension
    • 1.3% fail on Anti-roll bars
      • 0.63% fail on Linkage pins/bushes/ball joints
      • 0.63% fail on Pins/bushes/ball joints
  • 1.3% fail on Exhaust, Fuel and Emissions
    • 1.3% fail on Exhaust system
    • 0.63% fail on Emissions
  • 0.63% fail on Driver's view of the road
    • 0.63% fail on Wipers
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