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Thread: Is this the lowest priced NC1 so far on the market???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senninha View Post
    Any NC owners care to chip in on the usability and thoughts about long term ownership, i.e., do you intend to keep like NA owners have?
    As you can see by the repliesI think the answer is No
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    Quote Originally Posted by Senninha View Post
    I really donít understand why what is reported to be such a great drivers car has fallen like this ... support, original market positioning, price, network, image ... all of the above??
    Quote Originally Posted by NZNick View Post
    My view is that in sadly too many cases, the car was sold to people that had no interest in the car, just an interest in having the "new thing". As there will always be many "new things" in the future, they will be traded-in after a relatively short period of time, simply to acquire the next "new thing".
    Depending on your viewpoint, this is either a great example of freedom of choice, or rampant consumerism.
    This is an article from October 2016

    https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/n...rcars-compared

    So if we take the BMW I8 first, a 2016 car with 10k miles your looking at about £50k, so 50% less than new.
    Mclaren, a 2016 570s will set you back between £90 and £100k so between 63% and 69% less than new.
    The NSX, one 2016 model for sale at £87k so 63% less than new.

    So has it fallen, my answer would be no. It's just where the market is right now for these cars, if you take a 2016 911 Turbo they have appeared to have faired better (not lost so much money) but you don't know if a car has only £5k worth of extras or £25k!

    Am I keeping mine, YES! In fact I was out in it yesterday and what a car it is, with people still stopping to look and stare. I was especially impressed by the two young ladies keeping up with me in a Fiesta over the Dartford crossing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Surfer View Post
    Ambitious pricing I feel!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSX 2000 View Post
    This is an article from October 2016

    https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/n...rcars-compared

    So if we take the BMW I8 first, a 2016 car with 10k miles your looking at about £50k, so 50% less than new.
    Mclaren, a 2016 570s will set you back between £90 and £100k so between 63% and 69% less than new.
    The NSX, one 2016 model for sale at £87k so 63% less than new.

    So has it fallen, my answer would be no. It's just where the market is right now for these cars, if you take a 2016 911 Turbo they have appeared to have faired better (not lost so much money) but you don't know if a car has only £5k worth of extras or £25k!

    Am I keeping mine, YES! In fact I was out in it yesterday and what a car it is, with people still stopping to look and stare. I was especially impressed by the two young ladies keeping up with me in a Fiesta over the Dartford crossing.
    And that to be honest with you Paul is what it's all about, the car is all you hoped it would be and probably more, your comments speak volumes thanks. Enjoy. 👍
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    Quote Originally Posted by NSX 2000 View Post
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    So has it fallen, my answer would be no......
    By any sensible measure, of course it has fallen/depreciated, retaining ~60-odd% of new price.

    I guess the point is, has it fallen disproportionately to other cars in class? To which the answer could reasonably be 'no'.
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    I really donít understand why what is reported to be such a great drivers car has fallen like this ... support, original market positioning, price, network, image ... all of the above??
    Well, if you take a look at the german market situation, the prices are quite high.
    Start with 138.000 Euro for a (rent) car with 43.000 km, not sure how many drivers were involved and ends with 219.000 Euro for a nearly new car, but not eith the highest or newest specs.
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    From what I have observed, UK cars priced at 85k are selling, those priced at 150k are not (that one has been listed for many, many months...).
    At some point in the future, depending on what Honda brings to the marketplace, the price of a used NC1 may start to climb, but I doubt that it will ever climb back to 150k.
    The bubble price of the NA2 cars seems to have come to a halt - not much is selling at the prices of a couple of years ago, maybe because the NC1 is selling in a similar range...
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    There's a so-called 'junior-problem' regarding sportcars or cars in general. High asking prices won't solve this either. They really struggle to sell them.

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    Hi Ian, long time no see.

    Sophisticated or conservative taste?

    When end they hit £60k I'll have one maybe.

    Quote Originally Posted by WhyOne? View Post
    Another cheap NC1.....2017 car with only 2000 miles and lots of C/F bits and bobs.

    Colour perhaps more to your more sophisticated tastes Simon?!

    https://www.pistonheads.com/classifi...-s-2dr/9895366

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