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ya. is confirm that for FD2R, silver is classified as a premium colour that require an additional top up of 1k.

 

what special? i also don't know. [laugh] boss say additional 1k, so additional 1k lor. [lipsrsealed]

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2nd Gear

i've more or less decided that white will be the one lah... haha!

 

no point paying more just for color...

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Neutral Newbie

Yep agree, no idea why silver classify as premium color. Only listen to bosses instruction, 1k more for silver. [laugh][laugh]

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Yeah, true that Blue has stopped production. There're some rumours there'll be another replacement colour, but not confirmed.

 

As of now, the natural choice is championship white, the traditional colour for Type R's.

 

NSX is a totally different league 5.5l V10 VTEC engine. Already caught lapping Nurburghring at just a few secs slower than GT-R already, and they can still tweak till 2010.

 

 

http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/Gener...rticleId=127446

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1st Gear (edited)
anyone knows if there are anymore new BLUE FD2Rs for sale anywhere?

 

I have 1 unit for sale.let me know if you are keen.

$96,800 NETT guaranteed coe + delivery within 1 mth.

subjected to availability as only 1 unit is left.

 

Silver also i have 1 unit.Can do delivery within less than 1 month w/o extra charges.Let knoe if interested

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Clutched

maybe a RED FD2R is coming out!!!

 

That will be a drooling car.

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2nd Gear

That would be for Mugen Type RR - red. It's possible to bring in, provided one is willing to pay for the premium of being one of the 300 in the world.

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I was thinking to get a FD2R. When COE was hovering at 30 plus k, Owners / Dealer selling at 82k on average for a new 10 year COE. When COE drop to below 30k, owners / dealer selling at 90k on average. I think they seriously need to go see a brain specialist. Their brain seriously damage. On paper 30 to 45k and selling 50k above their value. If I buy a premium car is more worth it, newer as in 5 years old, paper 70k to 90k selling 20k above their paper. Which one you choose? 

 

Wake up, civic dealers.

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This is 1 special car that the value holds harder than diamonds made of carbon!! The demand is very high with big pool of buyers. The price will hold very hard!

 

I will go for other cars, not that cannot afford but overpriced for a 10 year old car. Imagine the car has nothing inside except its racing pedigree.

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I will go for other cars, not that cannot afford but overpriced for a 10 year old car. Imagine the car has nothing inside except its racing pedigree.

 

That is what i think. Nothing inside at all plus paper 30k, selling 80k, their brain got water.

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Turbocharged

I will go for other cars, not that cannot afford but overpriced for a 10 year old car. Imagine the car has nothing inside except its racing pedigree.

 

I won't go for other cars, not that cannot afford but unlike any new car. Imagine the new car has everything inside except no racing pedigree.

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I won't go for other cars, not that cannot afford but unlike any new car. Imagine the new car has everything inside except no racing pedigree.

 

Yes fully agreed.

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