2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
12,754 Miles | Spring, TX
$119,993
est. $1,730/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
41,806 Miles | Hillside, NJ
$107,990
est. $1,557/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
5,329 Miles | Davie, FL
$146,500
est. $2,112/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
15,505 Miles | Barrington, IL
$133,989
est. $1,931/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
25,173 Miles | Barrington, IL
$123,989
est. $1,787/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
6,774 Miles | Barrington, IL
$135,989
est. $1,960/mo

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2020 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2020 Acura NSX
5,050 Miles | Newport Beach, CA
$149,980
est. $2,162/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
22,716 Miles | Montclair, CA
$169,847
est. $2,448/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
23,282 Miles | West Chester, PA
$128,990
est. $1,859/mo

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1991 Acura NSX Base

1991 Acura NSX
66,609 Miles | Middleton, WI
$53,900
est. $777/mo

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1993 Acura NSX Base

1993 Acura NSX
25,252 Miles | Fresno, CA
$99,741
est. $1,438/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
550 Miles | Miami, FL
$139,995
est. $2,018/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
12,689 Miles | Tucson, AZ
$131,990
est. $1,903/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
20,930 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$118,998
est. $1,715/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
9,038 Miles | Brighton, MA
$131,900
est. $1,901/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
14,356 Miles | Sterling, VA
$135,253
est. $1,950/mo

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2019 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2019 Acura NSX
6,016 Miles | Valley Stream, NY
$154,990
est. $2,234/mo

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2017 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2017 Acura NSX
7,420 Miles | Greenwich, CT
$139,900
est. $2,017/mo

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2018 Acura NSX SH-AWD Sport Hybrid

2018 Acura NSX
17,002 Miles | Houston, TX
$139,888
est. $2,016/mo

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1995 Acura NSX NSX-T

1995 Acura NSX
| Palmetto, FL
$99,995
est. $1,441/mo

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Acura NSX Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Acura NSX - Fast, sleek and excellent

Nicholas
Greenacres, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The NSX is a very nice car. From the day I "flew" it off the lot I fell in love with her. She is red, sleek and great looking. I have never had any issues with the car. I use the car for everyday use and for the sports car it is, it has great gas mileage. I would recommend this car to anyone looking for a hot new sports car.
Story
I was on the highway in the middle of the night going to my friends house. In my old car the trip took about 40-50 minutes. In the NSX though it took about 20! Unbeknownst to me I was actually doubling the speed limit and I didn't even know it! With no traffic on the road this car is so fast and so smooth it feels like a Sunday drive almost.
Pros
The car gets great gas mileage, great handling and other worldly acceleration.
Cons
I can't think of any except if you are watching your wallet it is a bit pricey.

2017 Acura NSX - Simply unreal.

NSX Owner
Red Bank, New Jersey
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
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 ... (more)
Story
No story.
Pros
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.
Cons
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.

2015 Acura NSX - Multi-function remote

carl
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
After 8 years of development, three engine changes, and fully 3 years after it was advertised during the 2012 Super Bowl, the 2016 Acura NSX is finally coming to market. The new NSX is a hybrid supercar, as is currently the fashion. The long tease has done the legendary model no favors, but perhaps with such a long gestation period, the result will be that much better. When the first NSX was revealed, the European supercar industry had a collective heart attack. Here was a car that looked as good as - or better - than what they were producing, was just as amazing on the road, and used modern and reliable components built by a company with the best reputation for quality in the world. Oh, and it cost a lot less than the vehicles it was aiming to compete with in the marketplace.
Story
In my funniest memorable moment me and my friends were held by a cop for wrong turn.
Pros
The drivetrain of the NSX is difficult to categorize. It includes a rear-mounted 3.5-liter V6 engine with two turbochargers. The engine is technically mid-mounted, since it's forward of the rear axles, but the transaxle sticks out behind the rear axles. An electric motor is between the V6 and the 9-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission. We are not done yet. Up front, there are two more electric motors that drive the front wheels. So in total we now have four motors including the V6. Yet Honda calls this carÕs drivetrain its Ò3-motor Sport Hybrid Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD).... (more)