The Japanese car manufacturer says that the discount is available exclusively to 2019 NSX models and will be subtracted from whatever price customers can negotiate for the car.
Prices for the NSX start at $159,300. Thus, if a discerned buyer manages to negotiate a new NSX for $150,000, for example, the supercar’s price tag would fall to just $130,000.
Acura quietly introduced the incentive in the middle of March and intends on keeping it until March 31, 2020. That gives potential NSX buyers almost a full year to find the perfect 2019 model and buy it for a ridiculously low price.
Sales of the all-new NSX have never been particularly strong in the United States ,so it’s not hard to see why the supercar is being offered with such a significant discount. In 2018, the Japanese car manufacturer sold just 170 units across the country, dramatically down on the 581 examples it shifted back in 2017, and even the 269 sold back in 2016.
The NSX was comprehensively updated for the 2019 model year, and our experience with the car showed that it is now better than ever.
Key modifications made in 2019 included the fitment of new Continental SportContact 6 tires, larger front and rear stabilizer bars, stiffer rear toe link bushings, and numerous software alterations made to the Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system, electric power steering system, and active dampers. Around the Suzuka track, the 2019 NSX is two seconds a lap faster than previous model year NSXs.