Lexus LFAs don't come up for sale often. There's only a handful on offer right now in the entire country, including this one. It's LFA #250, one of just two examples painted in "Fresh Green." You should buy it.
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The market price for an LFA is currently hovering near the $500,000 range—well above the car's original $375,000 MSRP. It's safe to say these things are now collector items, which explains why the seller of this green example, CNC Motors in Upland, California, . It's not like it's an ultra-rare hardcore Nurburgring Edition, either—it's just a normal production LFA. That means a 4.8-liter V10 making 553 horsepower sending power to the rear wheels via a six-speed single clutch automatic gearbox, and arguably the greatest engine noise on earth. The exhaust was tuned by Yamaha to make it particularly great, and it delivers. The only thing that makes this car stand out from the rest is its color.
It's rare to see an LFA in such a vibrant color, but is it worth the extravagant asking price? Well, that's up to the market to decide. This same exact car with an asking price of $399,900 and 745 miles on the clock. Now, it has nearly double the mileage, and a $300,000 higher asking price. Personally, I'd spend my money on the faster, more extreme Nurburgring Edition, but if you want to stand out in a crowd of supercars, a bright color like this one is the way to go—if you're willing to drop the extra cash, that is. Find it .