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So I quote:


"Pricing starts at €40,000 for all Europe. North American pricing and availability haven't been announced, but the price converts to $43,330, £30,810 or AU$59,675."


Not sure how accurate that is but that is the rumor that is going around. $43k US would be about 8K too high for this car to legitimately compete on the market.
 

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I went to honda's uk website and see the CRV starts at around $30,000 while here it's about $23,000. This is typical of all cars in the uk and Europe. I expect the Abarth to sell for around $33,000.
 

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That's around $43k US and on top of that you'll have to add shipping fees. Is it worth it at that point?
For me it wont be. Since i'm more of a hands on type of guy with my cars I rather buy a used FR-S or BRZ and modify it to my liking and for $40,000 I can have something better to me. $20k for the car and $20k in mods.
 

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I don't think it's going to be 40k, and least not as a base price. Simply calculating the price based on European prices and currency conversions usually doesn't work. I think it's going to be higher than a Miata, but not much.

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I went to honda's uk website and see the CRV starts at around $30,000 while here it's about $23,000. This is typical of all cars in the uk and Europe. I expect the Abarth to sell for around $33,000.


Have noted that over the last oh 30 years or so - not direct comparison.
 

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Yup, it's almost never a direct comparison in price. You almost have to not look at the difference in price and instead what value it provides to you in comparison to what else is out there on the market since it will vary from market (country) to market
 

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I don't think it'll sell for $40k. I'm thinking in the range of $33k - $36k sounds right. Often companies will price things cheaper in the US because it is so competitive but also one of the largest markets.
 

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So I quote:


"Pricing starts at €40,000 for all Europe. North American pricing and availability haven't been announced, but the price converts to $43,330, £30,810 or AU$59,675."


Not sure how accurate that is but that is the rumor that is going around. $43k US would be about 8K too high for this car to legitimately compete on the market.
Just saw on the UK site the First 124 limited edition vehicles will sell for. 23,295 pounds.
 
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