That's not unreasonable, but there's one in Chattanooga for $5k, sans tranny, that even comes with a warranty. We can probably get it for ~$4500.
I stand corrected then. It's quite reasonably priced.
I heard from my friend's mechanic that Pirelli P-Zeros have problems in high climate regions mainly that its performance and tread life is greatly reduced in hot weather countries like Jakarta. Is that true?
BTW, my friend's mechanic owns a garage and he tunes and preps racing cars, he has a lot of experience. Once, there was a bright green Ford Focus RS arriving at his shop and he told me that he personally tuned that car for 500HP at the front wheels. Also, in his garage sits a car that every collector will be envious about. I can't tell what it is because it's the only one in the whole country and the owner of that car doesn't want to sell it.