With a starting price set at $157,800 including the destination fees, the all-new NSX is definitely not cheap.
Acura has released more of the details about the 2017 NSX, which is finally going to arrive next spring. While we’ve already heard that it will pack 573 horsepower and now we’re hearing how much the NSX will cost. With a starting price set at $157,800 including the destination fees, the all-new NSX is definitely not cheap.
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Pricing will top out at $207,500 after you add in the $1,800 destination fee. The NSX will be Acura’s first ever build-to-order vehicle with buyers being able to choose between eight exterior colors and four interior color schemes with three different seating surface options. Customers can further customize their NSX through several exterior and interior features including three wheel designs with painted or polished finish, carbon-ceramic brake options, a carbon fiber interior sport package, carbon fiber roof, and more.
Customers can begin ordering the NSX on February 25, which is also the day that the NSX vehicle configurator will launch on Acura.com