As most limited edition supercars tend to go for a whopping price on the used car market, this example can be considered an aberration.
The ad posted on Craigslist specifies a $369,000 asking price, which means $6,000 below its MSRP for the 2012-made LFA.
Lexus‘ masterpiece is still in the possession of its first owner in San Francisco and is accompanied by factory warranty and a clean history report. Its odometer indicates 2,914 miles (4,690 km) and it’s packed with features that include premium 19-inch wheels, ceramic brakes, HID headlamps, rearview camera, air conditioning, premium sound system and heated seats with electrical adjustment.
The naturally aspirated 4.8-liter V10 is connected to a 6-speed automatic transmission that channels 552 HP and 354 pound-feet (480 Nm) of torque to the rear axle, allowing a 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) sprint made in 3.6 seconds and a top speed electronically limited to 202 mph (325 km/h).
Supercar values tend to be volatile, but even though the LFA hasn’t gone through the roof as speculators would like, it’s hard to imagine it taking a big hit in depreciation. Which makes #434, the gleaming black car you see in the pics, a very interesting proposition indeed.