For the month of March 2011, it’s the British entry again in the lead. The Vantage earns top billing with an average discount of $24,614 off its sticker price, meaning buyers are paying an average transaction price of $177,206. That still a large suitcase full of bills, but at least it means buyers get to stare at a drop-dead beautiful coupe in their driveways with as much as 630 horsepower underhood. And if you love Aston Martin’s svelte sense of style but don’t want to spend quite so much money, you could always choose the 2020 Vantage that’s selling for around $143,000. That’s nearly $13,600 off that car’s sticker, which is enough to land in seventh spot overall.
Up next, as we’ve come to expect, is the Acura NSX. The hybrid-powered supercar from Japan is selling for $137,663 on average this month, which represents a $22,340 discount and seems like an exceptional deal for a 573-horsepower technological marvel that can scoot from 0-60 in just 2.9 seconds. That also represents the largest percentage of savings off the sticker this month.
In third place for the month is the Audi R8, making March the second straight month that this trio of supercars has led the list of discounts. Buyers are saving $18,331 off the R8‘s sticker, which equals an average transaction price of $175,508. That’s awfully close to the selling price of the DB11, for those lucky enough to be deciding between the two.