My radiator blew half way up Pike's
Peak highway during a vacation to
Colorado. My RSX was only 5 months old.
We had to have it towed down the
mountain and to a local dealership. It
was fixed, but not before half of our
trip was ruined. The worst experience
was trying to deal with the Acura
Roadside Assistance people to get
reimbursed for some of our travel
losses. After speaking to several
people, none of whom cared, and writing
a long letter detailing my experience,
I finally received a short response
that said little more than "go to
hell". The car has been adequate since,
but this experience will keep me from
buying another one.
The look, the red dashboard lights, the
sport shifter, and gas mileage.
bumpy ride, occasional rotten egg smell
coming from vents (explained as having
to do with the low emissions feature),
and lack of pickup and sometimes
stalling when I first start it after
being idle for awhile (only happens
when it's hot outside).
This car offers luxury and comfort
right from behind the same company
that brought us the Acura Integra. It's
sporty look combined with it's
performance offers more than meets
the eye. The Acura RSX is trully one
a kind car that should be a part of
every adventurer's repetoire.
Offer more power at lower level RPM
Come stock with a turbo charger
I got the car a couple of months ago
and I'm still never tired of driving
it. I almost got the auto because I
didn't know how to drive a stick. I'm
glad I made the effort to learn
because once you go manual, you never
want to go back. I seem to get a lot
of "lookers" around my car too.
Freeway on-ramp are so much fun now!
Where to start? The interior, engine,
gas milage. Everything about the car
is rad. BTW, I have the OEM body kit
and rear wing so you know the exterior
is "Da Bomb". The sound system is
good enough for me since I really
don't need blast it for other drivers
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