Best irrational decision I ever made. Does very well as a car (fast, handles great, quiet when it should be and sounds incredible above 5000 rpm. But it's not really a car--it's a big trophy. It gets stares and attention wherever I go, particularly from 20-somethings.
The other day I parked it at the Porsche dealer, where it was surrounded by cars costing 5 times as much. A couple arrived and made a beeline to the NSX, ogling it and ignoring all the expensive toys nearby. The only problem with it is that it's too nice to drive in traffic or park in parking lots.
I have owned this car for 2 years and never cease to have fun while driving it. It always pleases and never disappoints. Although it was 18 years old when purchased, after only a few maintenance items (suspension, brakes and dealer recommended engine maintenance) and a little TLC, the car runs and drives like new. It is now 20 years old and starts and drives like it came off the showroom floor. The engine has 119,000 miles and never skips a beat, even at the 8000 RPM red line. Incredible!
by Ninjaneer on Apr 19, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Acura NSX
This car has the highest fun factor of any I have owned in 40 years of driving. It's beautiful looks turns heads wherever I go and it is a LOT of fun at the track or on the street. It is amazing that a car nearly 20 years old can compete in every meaningful way with some of the very best of today. The handling is superb, ergonomics excellent, and the sound of that engine revving to 8000+ rpm right behind your head intoxicating! While I may buy additional cars, I can't see myself ever selling my NSX.
by NSX2NSX on Sep 20, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Acura NSX
I sell highline cars for a living and
have driven almost EVERY car out there
(except for the Lamborghini Murcialago,
spelling might be off). This NSX is the
best all around car you can buy. Unlike
JohnJohn's post of all the girls that
look at him, most of my admirers have
been men. They have been in the 4yrs-
by NSXer4Life on Apr 14, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Acura NSX
Best, fun, exotic, low maintenance
vehicle I've ever driven. Some people
complain about the $2,000 to replace
the clutch (that's if you do it at an
Acura dealership), but if you own a
used Ferrari, that $2,000 won't even
get you 2 oil changes every 1,500
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