At £190,000, the NSX was always a hard sell, but thanks to the joys of depreciation you can already get one for around half that
One thing that’s never helped the NSX‘s chances is the price. Before it was taken off sale here recently, buyers were changed £190,000 for an NSX with some optioned. That’s about £70,000 more than a nicely-specced Audi R8, and in the ballpark of things like the Ferrari F8 Tributo and the Lamborghini Huracan Evo.
You don’t need to spend anywhere near that much to buy one now, though. In fact, it’s possible to snag an NSX for less than half that figure. One sold via an online auction recently for a mere £86,500, and although we can’t find one as cheap as that currently, this 2017 130R White example isn’t too far off at £94,995.
The advert from West End Honda Dundee has an appallingly brief description which (not including what looks to be a copy-pasted or auto-generated NSX standard spec list) consists of just seven words. We get the colour (gee, thanks), confirmation of the single former owner, the price and the registration date. And that’s your lot.
Its 1770kg weight figure seems pretty bulky when the McLaren Artura is several hundred kilograms lighter despite having a far larger battery pack, but the NSX never feels anything like that heavy. It sounds good, too.