by Easygo711 on Dec 27, 2006 Vehicle: 2002 Acura NSX 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
It's been 2 years and 17,000 miles since my last review of my 2002 NSX. This car has 28,000 miles on it and is amazing. I have not spent a cent on the car except for normal maintenance and an upgrade to a Comptec exhaust system. I didn't notice a change in performance, just a better exhaust sound. I just had an oil change and the tech said I still had 60% left on the brakes. There are no squeaks or rattles and everything works perfectly. I will need to replace the tires soon. The short throw shifter and 6 speed are a pleasure to drive. A tip of the hat to Acura and this car. It's no wonder that used NSXes hold their value.
by Dyno Dave on Dec 2, 2005 Vehicle: 2002 Acura NSX 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
Great Looks, Great Performance, Fantastic Reliability, I've had this car over 3 years and other than normal maintenance, not a cent of repairs. No squeaks or rattles. This car gets looks from everyone. Bumper to bumper traffic, mountain roads or high speed runs. Just a blast to drive.
by Easygo711 on Dec 22, 2004 Vehicle: 2002 Acura NSX 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
The thrill and performance of a Ferrari
and the reliability of a Honda. This
car can be a daily driver and it won't
break the bank. This is my 2nd. NSX.
My previous one was a green 1996. I
sold it with 62,000 miles and the car
was tight with no problems. I bought
my 2002 with 11,000 miles. I wanted a
red one and wanted the 3.2 and 6
speed. My buddy has a Porsche and he
said it costs him more than his ex-
wife. I drove Vipers, Corvettes and
Porsches. I feel the NSX out did them
all. In overall driveability, quality
and fun factor. My wife loves to drive
it. And you don't see one on every
corner. IT'S A TRUE EXOTIC.
by RPM217 on Jun 18, 2003 Vehicle: 2002 Acura NSX 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
I came out of a 2000 C5 convertible, it
was a great car, I wanted something
different, this is clearly different.
People ask me to compare the two, I
tell them that the Vette was brute
force, and the NSX is pure finesse.
The torque advantage of the Vette is
obvious, but the 0-60 times are not
that different between the two. The
NSX is so much more "tossable" and you
don't feel close to the "limit" on the
street. It's a blast, and people don't
know what it is, even after 12+ years
by cfirstchoice on Jan 22, 2003 Vehicle: 2002 Acura NSX 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
We rented a Ferrari for three days and
hated it. One test drive in this car, my
wife and I found out all our dislikes
with Ferrari could be eliminated with an
Now we have all the power and great ride
with amazing mileage but she looks so
hot in her red NSX!! Ah what a problem
to have - sorry Ferrari.
For the first time since the car's introduction in 1991, the 2002 Acura NSX receives a variety of styling enhancements. These include new fixed HID headlights, freshened front and rear bumpers and updated exhaust tips. Inside, six new color schemes are available. These schemes can be matched to the car's exterior color for a customized look. The center panel has also been updated with new chrome plating. Mechanically, the NSX remains unchanged, though the suspension has been retuned and larger wheels have been fitted.