At $150K, Acura is not a nameplate I'd consider. I base real motor version at $100K would have been a smart way to go. Easy enough to slap an SC on one of their V6's. Notall of us (obviously by sales numbers) give a rat's a$$ about hybrid stuff that adds weight!! and complexity. Even electrics are more simple.
Like a VW with a Phaeton price tag even it if it was a pretty damn good car....it should have been an Audi...at least.
Most of us that love cars but have a sense of financial reality, do not look into territory that spells financial foolishness.
Example. I had no intention of even looking at a Maserati GTS with 135-156+++ pricetag, but when I saw a new one under $100K!! now its in my territory. And that was before negotiations where I took care of the 1st 3 yrs of depreciation.
Let's face it, when Evoras started MSRP'ing above 100K, they lost some potentials only to see the deals drop it below that magic number if those folks paid attention.
16 Maserati GranTurismo Sport Ext Campio /Grigio Chronos w/full MC Carbon Fiber interior trim, Stock for now
18 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Visconti Verde/Brown Leather Remus Catback,Eurocompulsion Phase 2 V2 intake, 390HP/443ft-lb Tq!
16 Range Rover Sport HSE, Montalcino Red w/Ivory Leather-[/COLOR]- 456HP/412ft-lb Tq
12 Maxda MX-5 Miata GT PRHT True Red/Black leather
11 Lotus Evora "S" Persian Blue, Grey/Black Suedetex/Leather
Last edited by brgelise; 05-12-2019 at 01:19 PM.