It is discontinued, it was replaced with a 114. I think they stopped making them in 2009
I have one though
I love it. It is a hybrid - a real acoustic, with a really good digital option.
When you press and lock the middle pedal, the hammers are prevented from hitting the strings.
Hit the switch and you get digital, which Yamaha calls "Silent".
It is a smallish piano - only 112cm high - but as we live in an apartment it is plenty big - and the sound is really great.
I don't know what he's asking for it, but you should know that the silent feature alone can cost between 1,500 and 2,000.
The silent feature does NOT have any other voices - you only have your piano voice, and there is a reverb dial. Mine has 2 outlet jacks for headphones. This is great when I want to record, I can listen and have the piano hooked up directly to the computer.
When I was buying mine, I couldn't figure out where it had been made and I asked Chris Venables (who participates in this forum and has a piano shop in the UK) for help.
Here is part of his reply to me:
".... your piano definitely was made in the Yamaha Kemble factory in Milton Keynes. The P112 was replaced a few years ago by the P114 which in turn was discontinued last year when the factory closed. (2009)
It's a good piano for its size and has a German solid spruce soundboard."
I'm extremely happy with mine.