Acura Is Offering $20,000 Discounts On 2019 NSXs In The U.S.

The 2019 Acura NSX is being offered with an extremely generous $20,000 discount across the United States, Motor Trend has revealed.

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.

Also Read: 2019 Acura NSX Is More Comfortable And Focused Than Ever Before

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.

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  • Bash

    Bargain tbh!

  • Salih Ahzem

    With low production numbers that low, this new one might end up being even more of a collectors come in let’s say 25 years, who knows.

  • jrelon

    Ah I wish!

    But if I could afford even $130k, I’m not sure the NSX would be my choice, even though I do love it.

    • brn

      I like the car and don’t think it deserves the hate it gets.

      I also can’t comprehend spending $130K on anything but a Ford GT (which is no where near $130K, so I’m not doing that either).

  • ErnieB

    At $130k they will move 1 or 2 more. Definitely much more inticing. This was of no surprise.. I bet you can haggle down to $120K.. I’d get this over a 911- maybe.

  • Super Rob

    Well this is a bit embarrassing for Acura. High end cars have been selling out the model runs the last two years. Acura having to drop a $20k discount on their flagship vehicle. Probably should just drop the engine in an MDX for a limited run and watch them fly off the lots.

    • Bo Hanan

      LOL!! Great comment!

  • Bo Hanan

    Too long to bring to market. Too much hype. Too complicated. Too expensive. Not a good looking car.

    • Stigasawuswrecks

      And most importantly, too slow.

      • D-splash

        10.8 second quarter mile is too slow? lol

        • Stigasawuswrecks

          Around a track. Why get that when you can get a Porsche turbo, GT3, or various other cars that accelerate faster, handle better, feel better, have better interiors, and are just all around better? The NSX would be great if it was a $100k car all in but it’s just too expensive for what it is.

  • GobbleUp

    Looks bad, poor sounding for an “exotic”, performance didnt wow at all, way overpriced.

    At $100k I would pick one up as a track only car. Def better than a run of the mill 911.

    Destined to be a loser. Much like the new BMWoyota Z4 ugly car.

  • An Existing Person

    That’s almost a bargain, yet it still wouldn’t entice me to go out and purchase one.

  • Jweisberg

    Acura drop the ball with this car. It is Still too expensive.

  • Craig

    I remembering hearing the same negative comments being slung at the original NSX. But none of those comments kept me from thinking it was the best I’ve ever owned. I think there’s a whole lot of badge-snobbery going on. [Again… just like before]

  • SteersUright

    Awesome car, massively overpriced and overly complex. People look to Honda/Acura for affordable goodness, this car should’ve been $90-$120k at best, to compete with GTR, LC500, 911, etc. That said, I sure wish they were making good sports cars for the rest of us too, at the $50k price point. Despite its look, at least Toyota delivered on the Supra.

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