It wasn't listed on edmunds.com. You prime guy's are the best!
WingZ said:Just starting to get things together and it looks like it might be better for me to get a new NSX using the lease program vs a used one,but I don't know what invoice is so that I can negotiate from there.
The $89k figure would be MSRP. Consumer Guide has the invoice @ $79,213.NSX-Tuner said:The invoice I've seen on all '05 NSX-T's in CA. is $89,900. I got mine for around $81,000. In addition, I was given about $2500 worth of stuff at no cost. There was a $3600 in-lease fee for a 3-year, $799/mon lease. Depending on where you live, there may be a state tax added to your monthly lease payment.
nsxtacey said:An acura dealer had on ebay a new 04 for 74k buy it now. I'm not sure if there were dealer incentives involved but I doubt the dealer took a lose on it.
CerberusM5 said:That is a great price for a brand new 04'. Darn, I wish I found a deal like that before buying buying mine. I am a little bummed right now. :frown: