Originally posted by nsxtasy:
I don't know anything about this particular car.
However, I think $64K is too much to pay for a '97 NSX-T, even with only 9K miles. Right now, with Acura's incentives, you can get a brand new '01 NSX-T for around $70-71K.
I checked with Neilo Acura and found 1 NSX that they would sell me that fit my needs, and would include the incentive. It came out to 82,000 out the door.(based on my local tax rate of 7.25%)
Not to many left if you are searching for a particular color, or dealers that will pass the incentive on to the consumer(unlike a rebate) I did and found very few in my color choice.(Yellow)
That's not enough of a difference to account for the fact that the car is four years older and the fact that the car is used. (These are offset by not having to pay luxury tax, but as of next week the luxury tax falls below $1000 (3 percent of the amount over $40,000).)
Luxury tax is going down from 4% to 3%. My calculatations are (72k x 4%=2880) to 3%.(70k x 3%=2160). How is that below 1000?
I think a fair price for a six-speed '97 NSX-T in excellent condition with a clean title should be roughly $53-58K, depending on mileage and condition.