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2017 Acura NSX


City 21 MPG Hwy 22 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.9 (out of 5)
Value 4.6
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.6
Comfort 4.8
Performance 4.8
Reliability 5
Most reliable and under appreciated super car

by Docnsx01 from Long Island, ny | June 05, 2019

Car exemplifies Honda Acura expertise in making a super car that puts others on notice of how to build fast reliable comfy cars .. just like the orig design of which I also own an orig 93 with 40k miles on clock

The most amazing daily drivable supercar

by Paul M. from Redwood City, CA | June 05, 2019

This car exceeded my expectations and is a blast to drive. It turns heads and garners questions/pictures everywhere I go. It’s super fast and gets 23mpg. With aftermarket downpipes and exhaust added just two months after purchasing, the turbo whistle is soo loud and it crackles and pops when slowing down. Mesmerizing sounds! It’s literally the perfect car. It still feels surreal to own it and daily drive it when I please. Looking forward to taking it to the drag races!

Unreal, simply unreal

by NSXFTW from West Side, USA | October 02, 2018

This car is jaw dropping in person (judging by the camera phones, thumbs ups, smiles, and attractive women's reactions, I'm not alone in thinking so). The NSX has the most streetable power, torque, and driving characteristics of any competitor outside a 911 Turbo S, but doesn't look like every other boring Porsche. Stoplight to stoplight it is a bolt of lightning with the hybrid motors providing instant torque and removing turbo lag! Plus, you can fit a set of golf clubs in the trunk which can't be said for ANY other supercar! I drove mine 2,300+ miles in 3 days and at 6'4" tall I was still comfortable. The varied driving modes are really nice. The car has a distinct personality in each mode, though I don't use Sport ever really. Unlike some cars it is not always "on" so you can drive it and chill or flip it into Track mode and summon demons from its soul. I really wouldn't change anything except maybe making the trunk better insulated from exhaust heat. The Infotainment system is fine as it accepts Car Play and Android Auto. There is a volume knob on the wheel that I use so I can't complain about the slider (which is a dumb complaint in my opinion). The exhaust sounds nice in Sports Plus and Track but is not an obnoxiously loud as some. Then again, this isn't a car you buy to draw attention to you by being neon colored and obnoxiously loud. Real engine sounds are piped into the cabin and you can easily take a business call if you put it in Quiet mode. Overall, I could not be happier with the car. Much is made about the interior, but I think Alcantara, carbon fiber, and leather are nice and it will age well unlike the tacky interiors of some. If you're considering buying one, do yourself one favor. Find one they rent at a track rental company like the one in Vegas and give it a go around the track in Track mode. Track mode (which I use on the street 90% of the time) is where the supercar character really shines. Don't bother with Sport as it is underwhelming and the worst of Quiet and Sport Plus modes in my opinion. Oh and the NSX can be seen beating Aventadors, GTRs including the Nismo, Teslas, Huracans, 488s, AMG GTs, and more in real life drag races on YouTube if you doubt its quickness! She is a keeper boys!

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2017 Acura NSX Overview

Unlike many cars that start out as outrageous concepts but water down all the cool stuff for production, the Acura NSX stayed true to the exotic original. The 2017 version of the mid-engine high-performance coupe, on view at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, is characterized by gaping inlets, multi-element headlights and forked-tongue five-spoke wheels; it wears a "Star Trek" Starfleet-insignia-like version of Acura's emblem.

The interior, meanwhile, has all the racetrack cues: bolstered sport seats cloaked in red-on-red stitched leather and contrast-stitched black suede, a handcrafted leather dash panel, a flat-bottom sport steering wheel, black suede door panels and myriad carbon-fiber flourishes.

Overview courtesy of Cars.com