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      08-15-2019, 03:06 PM   #67
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Imagine if it were only $60k. Oh yeah, it is.
Gotta have the Z51 and perf exhaust....more like $70k out the door
Perf exhaust is part of the Z51 package which is $5k. So you'd get $5 back from your $65,000 bill. And no, I'm not factoring in OTD pricing, we were talking car prices, not OTD prices.

The performance exhaust is a stand alone option for $1,200 if you don't want the rest of the Z51 package. Interesting that even the base care has a dry sump now, but would come on all seasons and be down 5hp and 5tq to a Z51.

However the magnetic ride control is an additional $1,895 over the standard Z51 suspension.
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The continuing $20k discount and new Indy Yellow still won't improve sales. I had a 2017 NSX up until last week that was a Lemon Law buyback. The original MSRP on my car was $206.5k. I got $52k off the sticker and then I got an amazing lease deal for 3/32k and only $0.20 per mile over. However customer service was terrible, and corporate Acura had little interest in dealing with customers like myself who had numerous problems with the car.

If anyone is interested in getting one, wait until the end of 2020 when hundreds will be coming off lease. I expect the resale value to be in the high $80's. Right now the MMR is around $118k for low mileage cars.

And of all the cars I chose to replace it with, was assuming a lease posted here on a 2018 M3. I should be a bonafide member/owner in two weeks.
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The continuing $20k discount and new Indy Yellow still won't improve sales. I had a 2017 NSX up until last week that was a Lemon Law buyback. The original MSRP on my car was $206.5k. I got $52k off the sticker and then I got an amazing lease deal for 3/32k and only $0.20 per mile over. However customer service was terrible, and corporate Acura had little interest in dealing with customers like myself who had numerous problems with the car.

If anyone is interested in getting one, wait until the end of 2020 when hundreds will be coming off lease. I expect the resale value to be in the high $80's. Right now the MMR is around $118k for low mileage cars.

And of all the cars I chose to replace it with, was assuming a lease posted here on a 2018 M3. I should be a bonafide member/owner in two weeks.
You still plan on ordering the C8??
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You still plan on ordering the C8??
I recognize your username.

I still have my place in line. However I also really need back seats for my 7yr old twins. But I do see myself owning a C8 in the next year or two as a weekend toy.
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I recognize your username.

I still have my place in line. However I also really need back seats for my 7yr old twins. But I do see myself owning a C8 in the next year or two as a weekend toy.
I'm 91X on Prime it just wouldn't make sense on here so I went with SoCal_NSX ..... Now I'm NSXless like yourself
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I'm 91X on Prime it just wouldn't make sense on here so I went with SoCal_NSX ..... Now I'm NSXless like yourself
Very small world. I'm still keeping my deposit on the C8. I have an appointment to place my order, but now I don't need to be first on the block. I also needed a daily driver ASAP, so the M3 fits that void very well. I have a nice refund check from Acura that I can hold on to for a while longer towards the C8.

It ended up being the perfect timing for me with how this all worked out for me.
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The continuing $20k discount and new Indy Yellow still won't improve sales. I had a 2017 NSX up until last week that was a Lemon Law buyback. The original MSRP on my car was $206.5k. I got $52k off the sticker and then I got an amazing lease deal for 3/32k and only $0.20 per mile over. However customer service was terrible, and corporate Acura had little interest in dealing with customers like myself who had numerous problems with the car.

If anyone is interested in getting one, wait until the end of 2020 when hundreds will be coming off lease. I expect the resale value to be in the high $80's. Right now the MMR is around $118k for low mileage cars.

And of all the cars I chose to replace it with, was assuming a lease posted here on a 2018 M3. I should be a bonafide member/owner in two weeks.
Brand new?
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Brand new?
Yes. It was sitting for eight months on the showroom floor. I tried to negotiate a few times previously, but they wouldn't budge. Then the big discount hit and other dealers were also giving big discounts so I used that as leverage.
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if I were in the market for a Supercar in this price point
Said nobody ever. That's the problem. People in this price range are not at a 'price point', they can shell another 20k to get the next best thing, like a red thing with a horse on the hood or something.
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Those that have had this generation NSX. How's the maintenance? I spoke to one my long time acura/Honda tech guys and claims maintenance is ridiculously expensive and to steer clear.
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