Happy New Year, everyone! Wanted to start 2017 with the all important question for those of us looking to buy our first Roadster... Q: Have Roadster prices bottomed out? I'm woefully late to the Roadster party and am still trying to wrap my head around what I should be paying for these cars; let alone find one that matches my desired criteria (good luck with that... right?). In the limited time I've been tracking sale prices; not necessarily sold prices; I'm seeing the following ballpark figures but pls feel free to correct any of them if you're research shows differently: 1.5 | $45K - $55K 2.0 Base | $50K - $65K 2.0 Sport | $68K - $78K 2.5 Base | $65K - $75K 2.5 Sport | $80K - $90K+ Stating the obvious, cars with meticulous ownership and service history including warranty PEM and ESS swaps yielding solid CACs as well as those that are highly optioned draw the most interest while 2.5 models in any trim or options level clearly appear to be the most desirable due to the finality of their model year run combined with what would arguably be considered the best styling and manufacturing refinements in the vehicle's history. That said, it seems all the cars currently on the market seem to be languishing there for weeks or months on end. Which leads me to the original question I posed. With a dwindling pool of new enthusiasts like myself left to consider purchasing these awesome yet rare vehicles; esp. considering that any prospective, would-be-green curiosity-seeking status-symbol buyers have all been drawn to the MS and MX flame; is now the right time to buy?