- 29 April 2008
I think that's a great price.
Is this the car at H Gregoire that I linked to above?
It was originally priced at 65 000$, they dropped it to 59 900$ and tonight I walked in and they told me to give them a price and I said 50 000$ just for the heck of it.
Seller called his boss and his boss said ok cause the car has been sitting for a while.
I was shocked when they accepted but didn't show any emotion and tried to stay cool
So if tomorrow I would be selling a 2001 NSX with 32 000 miles for 50 000$ I'd have lots of buyers?
Wow, good job. Just keep in mind this is a U.S. car, in case you didn't already know.
Since I got you the link, I want a ride :wink:
I think it's an amazing price for the year and kms. I may not be an expert but for the last 2 months I've been tracking the prices in Canada and it's excellent. Just go on trader.ca and look at prices across the country. Lambardi Honda in Montreal is asking $59,000 for a 1995 NSX. A few dealers in Toronto are asking $48,xxx for a 1994 and another is asking $48,xxx for a 1992. Granted these are Canadian cars, but still...
I don't know if you'd have lots of buyers, remember the NSX is still a very niche vehicle that a lot of people may not understand. Only a true car enthusiast would consider this car.
That's the problem
Dealers are ''asking'' 59 000$ for a 1995 NSX, but in reality that car will sell for 40 000$.
No way in hell someone is paying more than 40 000$ on a 1995 NSX
Actually its 1995 and on with the power steering.
IMHO it DOES rob the car of the steering feel. I have owned both a 1991 and a 2005.