I highly doubt it's going to be much over $30k starting out. If we compare like models from the UK to here (fit/HRV/etc) the conversion rates are not exact conversions. They don't just convert the UK pricing to USD directly, honda comes up with an independent price for that market.Using $38k USD as a ballpark figure is good, but could be in the $40-$44k range as well. Then we tie in the taxes and other stupid charges and we're stuck with an even uglier number lol
True, but at the same time i see Golf R pretty frequently, alot more common than the Focus RS... so it just depends on where honda wants to position the Type R... if they're smart they'll undercut the price of the GolfR and Focus RS and position the Type R as a more powerful competition to the Focus ST and other cars like that, unless the new Si gets a significant power bump over the 9th gen and can rise to the occasion, then it won't really matter if the Type R is limited and sold with insane markups.uh...that probably will be sticker price...not selling price. if it's in fact limited...and looks anything remotely like the pictures we have been shown...dealers that actually have one will be selling for far more than sticker.
i've seen i think one focus RS......which i'm assuming these type R's will be very few and rarely seen on the streets