Pretty much the going rate, but bear in mind that the going rate is very aggressive these days. If you like the car, its livery/ options and especially if the selling dealer will be the servicing dealer, the price is right enough to say it would be quite well bought. As an early adopter I paid considerably more and don't feel bad about it. Well, maybe just a little, but not enough to rue the last two years of pleasure mine has gifted me. Go for it after asking if there is any more to be had in exchange for your immediate signature. If they doin't have any more room (and I doubt there's much in it for them at this point) buy it anyway and bask in the glory of a great deal on a great car. You might find a cheaper one but it won't be by much and soon enough your choices will start narrowing.
I wouldn't worry about the 1000 miles on the clock. Most currently available cars have accumulated a few test drives at this point and the new car smell and pleasure sticks around well past those few outings.
'17 Evora 400 MT