Great little sports coupe. Handles
well and engine seems to enjoy being
pushed. There's very little low-end
torque, however it picks up once you
get moving. Exterior design is very
well done. Interior materials could be
better -- leather feels cheap and seats
are uncomfortable over long distances
(I commute an hour to work each day).
Comes with some excellent features --
power mirrors, cruise, AC, auto-stick
that round out a nice package for the
price. Fun to drive.
Honda reliability can't be beat.
Heated mirrors, more comfortable seats,
better sound system (possibly the worst
stock system I've ever heard), and more
low-end torque. These are minor gripes
Having owned the same Civic for the
past 12 years, I wanted to stay in the
Honda family without breaking the bank.
I couldn't be happier with the RSX.
Plenty of power for my needs and I'm
absolutely in AWE with the steering,
braking, and transmission.(and I even
like the stereo, especially the CD) SO
fun to drive. For me, this car does
it's job PERFECTLY. And I know it will
for years to come.
Steering, transmission, and simple
clean lines of the interior.
Being the owner of the Base Auto RSX,
all I can really say overall about
this car is it's a wonderful driving
experience. The automatic Base version
of the RSX drives very smoothly and I
would recommend it to anybody looking
for a sporty and aggressive-looking
daily driver car. This car has great
handling, excellent brakes, a sporty
suspension and great fuel-economy as
well. If you're a sport-compact car
fanatic, I seriously recommend the
RSX, especially the Type-S.
-Looks Aggressive, simple climate and
audio interface, awesome silver gauge
cluster, and after-market tunability
to reach better levels of performance.
One area that the RSX could improve is
the availability of body colored
underspoilers on the base auto models,
instead of the black plastic
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