I bought this car after about 2 years research. I had looked at Porsches and
Corvettes. The build quailty and the reliability and just how fun it is to drive
this car sold me. Great performance, great handling and it is even very
comfortable on those long drives. Plus I think the lines of the car look
wonderful, people are always coming up to me and asking about the car or
making a positive comment about it.
Seating position, engine sounds like a race car engine( it is). Handles turns
like it is on rails, amazing. Good vison aound the car. At 120mph( on the
track!) it is so stable it is like you are driving at 60 mph.
This silver NSX-T has been our daily driver for ten years. Unless you're hauling goats to a vet, this is the best way for two people to get from here to there we've found in a pretty long life. We've owned a dozen cars in fifty years together. Over half were sports cars. Getting out can be a challenge at our age. Otherwise we've never had a car so satisfying in every way. I raced Formula Ford and I'm an aerospace engineer. This is a superbly designed car in all ways. We only get 21 mpg, but Corvette friends grimace at that. Our first clutch lasted 97K and both have been a pleasure to use. Headroom's fine for a 6 footer and someone has a tall mod.
Joy of ownership. The way every part of the design works together. This car is quick beyond belief on a race track, but can be driven like a limousine if your spouse is sick and just needs the comfort of that lovely leather seat. Try that in any other supercar.
Start building them again? I mean eventually ours will wear out. I suppose. Sound system is quite acceptable when you're waiting in a parking lot for someone or on cruise control, and redundant when you're really driving. If you don't want to listen to that lovely engine sound, buy a Lexus sedan.
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