For the second time in the last three months, thehas a larger monetary discount than any other vehicle in America. hybrid super coupe packs 573 horsepower under its sleek bodywork, sufficient to send it sailing off to 60 miles per hour in a scant 2.9 seconds. But it doesn’t exactly fly off the showroom floor with the same level of urgency.
Buyers of theare paying an average of $138,078 right now, which is a savings of $22,823 off its window sticker. That represents a 14.2% discount, which is also the largest percentage savings in February. And if the NSX doesn’t quite fit into your future plans, Acura is also heavily discounting the , , and , so much so that those five models from the premium Japanese brand all appear in the top 10 biggest discounts this month.
The sleekslides into second place on the biggest discounts list, with an average of $18,763 lopped off its sticker price resulting in an average transaction price of $137,298. That’s awfully close to the out-the-door price of the leading Acura NSX, which is a quicker and more technologically advanced machine, though arguably less traditionally beautiful.
Rounding out this month’s top three discounts is the, buyers of which are averaging $17,888 off the sticker price for an average transaction of $179,238. Note that the is available as both a coupe and a convertible, with two power levels offered from its standard V10 engine. That means some are certainly going to be much pricier than others.
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