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2004 Acura RSX OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Molly
Molly
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
5.0
Best car ever.
This Acura was the best car I've ever owned. It is literally thrilling to drive! But it has to be the type S version, as it has the extra 40 horsepower which makes all the difference. It's very nimble in the turns, and it has held up to some punishment with very minor problems. It's been dependable for every time I've ever needed it to be. I really can't recommend it enough! The quality is good enough; it's not a high end luxury car, but it comes with everything that you need. Power windows, A/C, heated mirrors, cruise control, good Bose radio, etc. It's a four seater two door but may as well just be a two seater as anybody in the back probably isn't going to enjoy themselves for very long.
Misty
Misty
Plymouth, Minnesota
5.0
Most reliable vehicle I've owned.
2004 Acura RSX. Purchased in 2007 with 35,000 miles. Now, it has about 140,000. The only things I've had to do to it is change the oil and replace the tires a couple times. An O2 sensor finally wore out recently, but since there is a second one on the car, it hardly matters. Never have I had such a problem-free car. It also is a pleasure to drive. Though not really a sports car (at least the base model) despite it being somewhat sporty looking, it is one of the better handling ones, which in my opinion, is more important since there are those pesky speed limits and whatnot. It also is not really a luxury car despite having the Acura nameplate, but the features it has are well made. The seats are still comfy, the stereo is adequate for being stock, the A/C is still cold. Also, being a hatchback, it has a surprising amount of space. Gets pretty good gas mileage (about 30mpg hwy, low 20s city) Also, it scored highly in safety tests. Never was a very popular model, and it was discontinued years ago now, but I would totally recommend for a first vehicle or for someone that doesn't care about newer features in more modern cars since they probably are fairly cheap now. I wouldn't be surprised if I still have mine in another ten years.