This is my second NSX. My first one was a black 1991 NSX coupe. I kind of miss having the coupe due to the better handling, but the NSX-T can be a lot of fun in the summer time! My current NSX is a 95 Midnight Pearl. This thing turns heads and no one really knows what it is. I have many performance mods - custom coilovers suspension, stiffer sway bars, intake, headers, hiflo cats, and exhaust and this thing screams! It can out run just about anything on the road.
The sound of the engine, 8K RPM, styling, and comfortable seats!
I can't think of anything to improve on this car... Many people say it's under-powered, but I disagree. Just a few bolt on mods can remedy this perception. :)
Don't even think about buying one without T-tops, what a blast. Just sounds terrific, handles great and there aren't many cars around that'll beat you away from a light. Holds two sets of golf clubs and gets amazing gas mileage. Built like a swiss watch and sturdy as a tank. And if you've ever driven a Viper, you won't miss the 200HP - NSX build quality and driveability leave the Dodge embarassed. Big wow factor, even at the club, too much fun for what I spent, pleased with my purchase.
There's nothing I don't like about the car - I've been driving two-seat cars my whole life and this one is the best combination of all the qualities of a sports car I've ever been in. And you don't see yourself coming and going - it's unique.
It's already scary quick - but a few extra HP never hurt anyone.
People will always love their brand of car. But this Acura NSX surprised me. I wanted a mid engine, reliable car. Difficult to find at any price. My husband checks it out but I drive it!I have never had a problem although I admit this is no longer my everyday car. I hope it becomes a classic. It continues to amaze me that this is a 1995! The technology is still awesome.
Outside Lines. Mid Engine. Stability with or without the top!
I actually like everything--it is a 1995 so the phone and headlights are 'retro'.
i have owned 2 nsx's and both have been
reliable, fun and fast. ferarri builds
nice cars and the mystique is there,
they are neither reliable or worth the
price of admission. there are other
cars that are faster 0-60 and in the
quarter mile, but that isn't what the
nsx is about, drive one and you'll
understand. it is not a car for the
camaro lover, if that is your niche,
stick to the vette.