The second-generation Acura NSX isn’t cheap to begin with, but at least one dealer is already charging a hefty markup.
A post on the International Vehicle Importers Facebook page shows a new Acura NSX that has been marked up $50,000 by a dealer somewhere in the Los Angeles area. The extra $50,000, which brings the total cost of the car up to $250,000, is chalked up to “current market value” according to the bill.
The NSX starts at $157,800, while this car had enough add-ons to bring the MSRP up to $199,000.
The act of marking up in-demand cars is nothing new, with many dealers looking for ways to make extra profit on cars they know many people want. A post on nsxprime.com from February of 2016 claims that a dealer was trying to charge a customer $10,000 to be first in line to receive the new NSX.