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The NSX will cost nearly S$1 million once it arrives here

The NSX will cost nearly S$1 million once it arrives here

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blogentry-133713-0-89398400-1470652982_thumb.jpgThe Honda NSX is slated to come Singapore some time next year and according to paultan.org, it is going to cost S$888,888 without COE.

 

The hybrid, all-wheel drive supercar which comes with a 3.5-litre V6 turbocharged engine and if the price is accurate, it will as expensive as Porsche's second most expensive car, the 911 Turbo S coupe. Its cabriolet variant, which is the most expensive, cost nearly S$940,000 without COE. With the same amount of cash, you could also get yourself a Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 which will set you back S$840,000 without COE.

 

While our local distributor for Honda did not confirm whether the price reported is accurate, they did mention that the car will cost not far away from the S$1 million mark.

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Haha Faiming, you said exactly what I said about the Huracan LP580-2 in relation to the price tag of this car. ;)

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this is going to be another flop like the Lexus LFA, just an engineer's wet dream.  Completely no marketing strategy.  Who will pay 1 mio for a Honda.  The 458 and Huracan owners will be laughing ROFL.

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the real question is does it drives better then a porsche and whats the support like 

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this is going to be another flop like the Lexus LFA, just an engineer's wet dream.  Completely no marketing strategy.  Who will pay 1 mio for a Honda.  The 458 and Huracan owners will be laughing ROFL.

 

Sad but true.

 

The GTR was a different proposition because it wasn't really that expensive (priced around the level of a BMW M5). The LFA was a flop because it was way overpriced for a Japanese car. The NSX is slightly less likely to be a major flop because of the history attached to the model designation, but it's still going to be a tough sell.

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was launch at MBS on Thursday but at that price, a Porsche made better sense

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Flop or not flop. People not stupid. Placing at that kind of price, they know only few would buy.

 

Those who buy may already own Porsche, Lamborghini or Ferrari. To the rich, buying a Honda at that price only means he or she coud be making a statement.  What is Porsche, lamborghini or Ferrari to the rich, many already have it. But owning something different and paying that kind of price equivalent to many rich having the same types (Porsche, Lamborghini or Ferrari) of cars really bring a different feel.

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