1991 Acura NSX: Inside Line/NSX Love-Fest, Part 692
March 28, 2012
There's something so very right about the NSX's seats. And it's a tribute to Honda/Acura's engineering that these seats are still so terrific 21 years later, both in the way they work and the way they've held up.
First, the seats are exceptionally comfortable, without being too cushy, and are very easy with which to find that just-right driving position. Course, it helps that the view out the front of the car is also near-perfect.
There's a goodly amount of lateral support to hold you snugly in place, especially the seatbacks. But not to the point of being uncomfortable or restrictive. In fact, about the only problem I see with these things is that the leather is a little bit slippery. Not sure if that's an age thing, or if this leather was always that way.
But overall, these are a couple of fantastic 21-year-old buckets.
Plus, they look cool.
Mike Monticello, Road Test Editor @ 53,230 miles.