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2021 Acura NSX Price, Review and Buying Guide

Updated on: January 17, 2021

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The 2021 Acura NSX remains unchanged from the model year 2020. However, in order to keep staleness at bay, Acura has introduced a new Long Blue Beach color for the 2021 NSX, which happens to be inspired by the original 1991 NSX. Apart from this, absolutely no changes are being made to the NSX for the model year 2021. Though there was a high probability regarding the arrival of the Acura NSX Roadster in 2021, yet that does not seem to be happening as of now. 

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The prices for the 2021 Acura NSX starts from $159,495. This is excluding the destination fee of $1995. For leasing, consider the 2021 Acura NSX to cost you $1449 per month for 39 months, with $7499 rounded off at signing. Of course, these figures might vary depending on the region you live in, they should, however, lie in the same bandwidth as mentioned. 

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Pros

Impeccable Handling

Breathtaking Acceleration

Amazing High-Speed Stability

Loaded with Tech on the Inside

Decent Gas Mileage compared to rivals

Cons

Interiors feel claustrophobic

Infotainment System lacks Intuitiveness

Impractical trunk space

What's New?

A new Long Blue Beach color introduced for the 2021 Acura NSX


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2021 Acura NSX Base

Base

power
573 hp @ 6500 rpm
fuel
Premium unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$159,495


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
2dr Coupe AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 9AM) Starting at $159,495 MSRP (21/22/21) 573 hp @ 6500 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, Premium unleaded
9-speed Automatic all wheel drive 2

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The 2021 Acura NSX gets a 3.5L twin-turbo V6 engine that churns out 500hp alone, and coupling it with 3 Electric motors gives you a healthy combined output of 573 horsepower on tap and 476 lbs.-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a 9-speed Dual-Clutch automatic transmission. This setup is enough to make the 2021 Acura NSX propel from 0-60 MPH in a blistering 2.7 seconds. Though there were a lot of rumors going around about the advent of the Acura NSX Type-R with 650 hp. However, that's not happening this time around. 

Today, the NXS faces stiff competition from the best-sellers in the segment like the Nissan GT-R and the Porsche 911 Turbo. Here’s our take on the 2021 Acura NSX Coupe that’s soon going to be in a dealership near you very soon, starting early 2021.

2021 Acura NSX Coupe Front Side Three Quarter View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Rear Side Three Quarter View


2021 Acura NSX Pricing and Features

Acura does not break the NSX into trims, as the 2021 Acura NSX is offered as a stand-alone trim with prices starting from $159,495. NSX prices are on the higher side for a luxury sports coupe but in comparison to premium European rivals, NSX holds immense value. The NSX base model is well-equipped but Acura provides piles of options to fully load your supercar that can cost more than $200,000.

Trim

2021 Acura NSX Features

MSRP (AWD)

$159,495

Key Features

Flush Mounted Auto Pop-Out Door Handles

 

LED Taillights and LED Headlights with LED DRL’s

 

Remote Keyless Smart Entry System

 

Body-Colored Power Heated with Reverse Auto Tilt Down ORVM with LED Turn Indicators and Memory

 

Push Button Start and Cruise Control 

 

4 Way Power adjustable and 2 positions Heated Seats with perforated leather

 

8” Touchscreen Audio System with ELS Studio Audio, 9 speakers with Subwoofer

 

Bluetooth, MP3, AUX Input, and USB Connectivity 

 

Apple Car Play, Android Auto, and Acura Satellite-Linked Navigation with Voice

 

Siri Eyes Free, SiriusXM and HD Radio, Pandora Compatibility, Acura Connected 

 

Digital Speedometer and Tachometer with Compass

Acura has equipped the NSX with the latest tech and its one trim is capable of offering almost all the gizmos the segment to offer. It comes loaded with tech and most of the features cater to enhance its performance.  Apart from the standard features, Acura also offers a ton of additional packages for the 2021 NSX. 

The packages and optional features on offer for the 2021 Acura NSX are as follows:

The Carbon Fiber Exterior Sport Package comes in for $9,000 and includes a carbon fiber front spoiler, side sills, rear diffuser, engine cover, and dark chrome exhaust finisher.

The Interior Carbon Fiber Sport Package is priced at $2500 and includes a carbon fiber meter visor and steering wheel garnish, aluminum footrest, and black Alcantara headliner.

The Technology Package – ELS Studio 32 Audio System is the standard package offering 9 speakers, Navigation, AcuraLink, front and rear parking sensors.

The Technology Package – ELS Studio 32 Audio with SiriusXM Satellite Radio adds XM Satellite radio to the standard technology package for $500.

The Carbon Fiber Engine Cover is an optional feature costing $3,600 and is included with Carbon Fiber Exterior Sport Package.

The Carbon Fiber Roof is also an optional feature adding SiriusXM Antenna to your NSX for a price of $6,000.

The Carbon Ceramic Brake Rotors comes as an optional feature and allows you to choose from orange, black, red, or silver brake calipers for $10,600.

2021 Acura NSX Buying Advice

We will recommend getting the carbon fiber package with the Acura NSX to enhance the appearance as well as performance. Apart from that, we do not recommend investing in any other package that Acura offers as they do not lead to any improvement in the user experience. Its features pack include dual-zone automatic climate control, proximity keyless entry, ambient lighting, semi-aniline leather upholstery, heated seats, and a genuine leather-wrapped steering wheel.

The Acura NSX Coupe retains its value well but is not the best when it comes to value retention unlike some of its other rivals. For the first year, the Acura NSX tends to lose between 17% to 19% of its value which comes out to be about $27,114. Other cars such as the Porsche 911 Turbo do not depreciate as much as Acura. 

2021 Acura NSX Engine and Performance

"The NSX’s performance is both raucous and responsible." ~ TheCarConnection

The 2021 Acura NSX will get the same engine as the current model which means that it will be a V6 motor. The 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine of the 2021 Acura NSX is capable of producing a whopping 572 horsepower and 476 lb-ft of torque. The engine comes mated to a buttery smooth 9-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission which feels quite sporty and hassle-free.

All the power gets sent to the rear wheel but there is an electric motor as well which manages the front wheels. Hence it is the dual electric motor and its battery pack which turns the NSX into an all-wheel-drive performance car.

The engine is powerful enough for anything you throw at it and overtaking any car over the highway is easy and even delightful. Over on to the tracks, the gearbox and the engine combination make sure you have adequate power at all times. The car feels the most lively while revving through the top range of the rev counter and it is quite capable of pinning you back into the seats. 

Model

2021 Acura NSX

2021 Nissan GT-R

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo

MSRP

$159,300

$115,500

$161,800

Engine

3.5L Twin Turbo V6 hybrid

3.8L Twin-Turbo V6

3.8L Twin Turbo Boxer 6

Drivetrain

AWD

AWD

AWD

Transmission

9-Speed Automatic

6-speed Dual-Clutch Automatic

7-Speed Automatic

Power

573 hp @ 6,500 rpm

565hp@6,800rpm

540 hp @ 6,400 rpm

Torque

476 lb-ft @ 2,000 rpm

467lb-ft@3,300rpm

486 lb-ft @ 1,950 rpm

0-60 MPH 

2.7 secs

2.9 sec

2.9 secs

Quarter Mile 

11.2 secs

11.2 sec

10.3 secs

Top Speed 

191 mph

205 MPH

191 mph

The Acura NSX leads the charts in terms of output but it costs $278 per horsepower while the Porsche 911 Turbo with its 540 hp costs $299 per HP which is quite high in this comparison. However, it's the 2021 Nissan GT-R with its 565 hp 3.8L V6 engine that offers the best in class horsepower per dollar. 

The 2021 Acura NSX accelerates from 0-60 MPH in just 2.7 sec

All the fancy gizmos and technology enable the 2021 Acura NSX to sprint from 0-60 mph in just 2.7 seconds. Its superior gearbox helps the Acura gain a solid start and offers aggressive downshift. At 3,878 pounds, the NSX is not a light machine but the 573 horsepower makes sure that all the mass can be lugged at a lightning speed.

Keep the pedal pinned and the 2021 Acura NSX clocks the quarter of a mile lap in 11.2 seconds, while the top speed of 191 mph does not take long to flash over the diver’s information display.


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2021 Acura NSX Fuel Economy

The Acura NSX manages to balances power and efficiency quite well and offers the second-best fuel economy figures. With its 3.5L hybrid V6 engine it offers one of the best-in-class fuel efficiency. The 2021 Acura NSX can roll for 21 miles in the city or can gush through 22 miles on the highway for every gallon of gasoline. Sum up these figures, and the 2021 Acura NSX is good for a combined 21 MPG

However, it offers the smallest fuel tank capacity of 15.6-gallon with its rivals offering a bigger unit. What stands out is the fact that the NSX provides unbeatable fuel efficiency within the city which is due to the hybrid setup it provides. Acura has tuned its motor quite well to offer frugality as well as performance which keeps its overall running cost on the lower side.

Model

2021 Acura NSX

2021 Nissan GT-R

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo

MPG (City)

21

16

19

MPG (Highway)

22

22

24

MPG (Combined)

21

18

21

Fuel Capacity

15.6

19.5 gallons

17.6

Range (City/Hwy/Combined)

328/ 343/ 327

312/429/351 miles

334/ 422/ 370

Looking at the rivals, it’s just the MPG Figures of the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo that manages to rival the Acura NSX in terms of fuel efficiency and range on offer. The Nissan GT-R offers the worst fuel economy and is aimed more towards the performance side. 

2021 Acura NSX Interior

"Touted as the everyday supercar, the NSX is certainly comfortable and intuitive enough for just about anyone to use as a daily driver." - Car and Driver

The interior space of the 2021 Acura NSX Coupe will remain the same as the 2020 model. However, that is no bad news as the cabin of the 2021 Acura NSX is quite a silent and comfortable place to be in. Acura has carried over many elements and parts from the mainstream Honda and Acura car which leads to the cabin feeling a bit generic.

Acura says the interior styling of the NSX is inspired by the F-16 fighter jet.

However, in order to increase the premium quotient, Acura has wrapped almost everything on the inside in leather and top-notch materials. The fit and finish are also quite desirable but the overall appeal of the cabin still remains a bit generic.

The NSX's front seats are well-bolstered and hold you in place.

The cabin space is quite useable and the NSX offers a roomy cabin with ample legroom and headroom even for taller passengers. Even while being from the Honda stable you would not find any loose fit and finish or wide panel gaps. However, the trunk capacity on offer in the 2021 Acura NSX is 4.4 cubic feet of luggage space which is quite less for any car standards.

On the inside, the car offers leather upholstery, 4-way seats, a big digital driver’s display, and a speedo along with a 7.0-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system. Overall, the cabin of the Acura does no make you feel special but also does not disappoint when it comes to usability or an upmarket feel.

Model

2021 Acura NSX

2021 Nissan GT-R

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo

Seating Capacity

2

4

4

Front Row (Head/ Shoulder/ Leg) (in.)

38.3/ 57.7/ 42.9

38.1/54.3/44.6

N/A

Second Row (Head/ Shoulder/ Leg) (in.)

-

33/50/26.4

N/A

The 2021 Acura NSX Coupe offers a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system which might sound a tad bit small for this segment. The 2021 Acura NSX gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, as well as navigation, Bluetooth, HD radio, and standard FM. It also offers an ELS audio system that offers quality sound and bass. 

The screen is not the sharpest though but has a clean interface and good graphics that make it quite easy to use. However, even with all its perks, the system has aged quite a lot as per the current industry standard and Acura could do well if it swaps the unit with the one that has been introduced in the 2022 Acura MDX and 2021 Acura TLX.

That said, standard interior and infotainment features offered in the 2021 Acura NSX are:

  • Automatic air-con system with air filtration system
  • Active Sound Control (ASC)
  • Tilt and telescopic steering column
  • 12V power outlet
  • Aluminum Footrest and Sport Pedals
  • Illuminated Steering Wheel-Mounted Controls
  • HomeLink Remote System
  • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • 7-inch infotainment touchscreen system
  • 9-speaker ELS Studio audio system
  • In-built navigation
  • Bluetooth audio support
  • Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

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2021 Acura NSX Coupe Infotainment System

2021 Acura NSX Exterior

"Every curve and straight edge on the NSX’s body implies speed." - TheCarConnection

The 2021 Acura NSX remains unchanged on the exterior part, and that's for goof as the current-gen NSX looks nothing short of drop-dead gorgeous. However, in order to keep staleness at bay, Acura has introduced a new Long Blue Beach color option for the 2021 NSX, which is inspired by the original 1991 NSX. 

The NSX strikes a superb balance between the looks of a sports car and a supercar. From its looks, it is not hard to perceive that the car is all about speed, handling, and high-performance. It looks rather distinct with its sleek headlights as well as a sharp-looking bumper at the front. From the rear, the rectangular taillights give the imposing look while the spoiler looks quite sporty.

When viewed from the side, the sleek rearview mirrors and the air ducts assure the onlooker that it is a car focused on razor-sharp handling and performance. All the exterior elements come together to offer great aerodynamics as well as a sharp look.

Model

2021 Acura NSX

2021 Nissan GT-R

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo

Curb Weight (lbs.)

3878

3933

3517

Length (in.)

176.1

185.4

177.4

Width (in.)

87.3

74.6

74.0

Height (in.)

47.8

53.9

51.1

Ground Clearance (in.)

3.7

4.3

4.2

Wheelbase (in.)

103.5

109.4

96.5

Compared to the rivals, the Acura NSX Coupe is not the longest car but the widest in its segment at 87.3 inches. However, the 103.5 inches of wheelbase is one of the shortest in its segment. The NSX also sits quite low off the ground and offers the poorest ground clearance. 

Some of the most notable exterior features of the 2021 Acura NSX are:

  • Auto On/Off LED Headlights
  • Composite Material made Body Panels
  • Body-Colored Power Heated ORVM’s with LED Turn Signals and Memory Function
  • Remote Keyless Smart Entry System
  • Variable Intermittent Wipers
  • LED Brake Lights
  • Capless fuel filter
  • Flush Mounted Automatic Power pop-out door handles
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Front Side Three Quarter View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Front Side Three Quarter View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Rear Side Three Quarter View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Rear Side Three Quarter View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Front Side Three Quarter View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Front Side Three Quarter View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Side View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Side View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Top Angle View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Top Angle View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Top View
2021 Acura NSX Coupe Top View

2021 Acura NSX Safety

The Acura NSX has not yet been tested by NHTSA and IIHS yet and it is likely that the car will never get tested. The NSX comes with a defined chassis that is capable of protecting its occupants in case of multiple rollovers.

NSX's Multi-material Space Frame

The Acura NSX offers a decent array of safety features for the safety of its occupants inside. You get the usual suspects like traction control, brake assist, ABS, EBD, and others. The safety and driver-assistance tech is adequate in absolute terms but relatively the safety features list seems quite limited. 

Some of the most prominent safety features on offer in the 2021 Acura NSX are:

  • Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with Dynamic Guidelines
  • TPMS with location and pressure indicators
  • Front, Side, Driver’s Knee, Side Curtain Airbags
  • Tether for Child on passenger seats
  • Corner and Backup sensors
  • Driver and Passenger Side Seatbelt Reminder
  • Seat Belt Pre-Tensioners

2021 Acura NSX Competition

2021 Acura NSX Coupe Vs 2021 Nissan GT-R

Acura’s take on the hybrid supercar has enabled it to finally beat the GT-R in terms of performance. Its less powerful gas engine is supplemented by a 73 hp electric setup that gives the combination a total output of 573 hp, 8 more than the GT-R Premium. The drivetrain also improves hugely on the fuel economy, making it go 5 miles further per gallon of fuel than the GT-R. The GT-R doesn’t lag behind it much, and we would happily take the $44,000 along with a more sporty interior.

2021 Nissan GT-R

2021 Acura NSX Coupe Vs 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo

The Porsche 911 Turbo is quite a popular car in the sports car category and it is not difficult to see why. It offers a level of sophistication that no other car in this comparison can rival. It’s built and quality of material cannot be rivaled and the 911 Turbo also offers a host of advanced gadgets. However, when it comes to space on the inside, it lacks behind its rivals, and also the additional packages make it quite an expensive car. In comparison, the Acura NSX offers better performance and value for money.

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe

2021 Acura NSX Final Verdict

The Acura NSX is quite a focused performance car, but while being a sports car it does not come with the bunch of problems that most sports cars do. It is a car you can take to the track as well as your office every day. Not just that, the NSX offers great value for your money.

Couple that along with the brand reliability of Honda behind it, the NSX is a bang for the buck proposition if you want a value for the money sports car. However, speaking of the downsides, the NSX lacks in terms of the special feeling inside the cabin and does not offer a practical trunk space.

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2021 Acura NSX FAQs:

How quick is the 2021 Acura NSX from 0-60 mph?

The 2021 Acura NSX can do 0-60 mph in an impressive 2.7 seconds and the quarter-mile comes up in 11.2 seconds.

What is the top speed of the 2021 Acura NSX?

The 2021 Acura NSX Hybrid has a top speed of 191 mph.

What is the annual maintenance cost of the Acura NSX?

The Acura NSX's annual maintenance cost comes out to be around $354. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location, and shop.

Is the Acura NSX reliable?

The Acura NSX has a predicted reliability rating of 3 out of 5, which happens to be about average for a car of this segment. 

How can I find a used Acura NSX near me?

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Paul W. Rice

2020 Acura NSX

2dr Coupe AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 9AM)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: October 7, 2020

Acura NSX the name is enough

Pros - Hybrid engine power delivery, legroom pretty good, and backup camera.

Cons - Not yet.

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

The performance of the engine along with the electric motor is flawless. The electric motor not only help in getting a fablous off the line initial torque but also helps in getting a good amount of fuel economy, no matter if that is the least thing to bother when you buy this specific car. Driving down the highway and you can reach triple digit speeds in under few seconds which is sometimes scary. This is a kind of sports car you can daily easily.

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

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Mike D. Wyatt

2020 Acura NSX

2dr Coupe AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 9AM)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: October 7, 2020

Earns the badge to be called a supercar

Pros - Zipping launch control, driving modes specifically silent one, faster than ever

Cons - Interiors are poky

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Imagine sitting in a car that can zip through the quarter mile line clocking at a speed of 124-ish miles an hour and counting. Well choices were limited when supercars under 200 larges was the question. Either trusted R8 which has lost the charm due to a number of R8's seen on the road or the most talked and improved NSX from Acura. Not the kind of coupe to leave you dazzled at first glance and takes a while. The only thing it? slow at. Took it for a spin and I could actually taste the amount of good work they have put it. There are of course a few things that need to be taken care of but let? keep that story for another day. For now, Acura needs some serious admiration for the kind of performance NSX ends up with. An honest review from a not so experienced and love super cars kind of guy who is always amazed at the kind of launch it takes and different driving modes. If you want sheer performance and don? care about anything else, NSX takes care of it. If it? the peaceful drive you?e up for, silent mode of NSX is there. If its the hug turns and instant throttle response mixed with dubstep, guess what, NSX has got you covered. And when the time comes to stop on a dime, slam the brakes and carbon ceramic rotors work their magic out with a wham. In short, Acura NSX is a clap back to all the brickbats for previous models.

10/10
Features
9/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
10/10
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Rob Bolton

2020 Acura NSX

2dr Coupe AWD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 9AM)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Earns the badge to be called a supercar

Pros - Zipping launch control, driving modes specifically silent one, faster than ever

Cons - Interiors are poky

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Imagine sitting in a car that can zip through the quarter mile line clocking at a speed of 124-ish miles an hour and counting. Well choices were limited when supercars under 200 larges was the question. Either trusted R8 which has lost the charm due to a number of R8's seen on the road or the most talked and improved NSX from Acura. Not the kind of coupe to leave you dazzled at first glance and takes a while. The only thing it’s slow at. Took it for a spin and I could actually taste the amount of good work they have put it. There are of course a few things that need to be taken care of but let’s keep that story for another day. For now, Acura needs some serious admiration for the kind of performance NSX ends up with. An honest review from a not so experienced and love super cars kind of guy who is always amazed at the kind of launch it takes and different driving modes. If you want sheer performance and don’t care about anything else, NSX takes care of it. If it’s the peaceful drive you’re up for, silent mode of NSX is there. If its the hug turns and instant throttle response mixed with dubstep, guess what, NSX has got you covered. And when the time comes to stop on a dime, slam the brakes and carbon ceramic rotors work their magic out with a wham. In short, Acura NSX is a clap back to all the brickbats for previous models.

10/10
Features
9/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
10/10
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Acura NSX the name is enough

The performance of the engine along with the electric motor is flawless. The electric motor not only help in getting a fablous off the line initial torque but also helps in getting a good amount of fuel economy, no matter if that is the least thing to bother when you buy this specific car. Driving down the highway and you can reach triple digit speeds in under few seconds which is sometimes scary....

by Paul W. Rice

10

User Overall Rating

Earns the badge to be called a supercar

Imagine sitting in a car that can zip through the quarter mile line clocking at a speed of 124-ish miles an hour and counting. Well choices were limited when supercars under 200 larges was the question. Either trusted R8 which has lost the charm due to a number of R8's seen on the road or the most talked and improved NSX from Acura. Not the kind of coupe to leave you dazzled at first glance and ta...

by Mike D. Wyatt

10

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Earns the badge to be called a supercar

Imagine sitting in a car that can zip through the quarter mile line clocking at a speed of 124-ish miles an hour and counting. Well choices were limited when supercars under 200 larges was the question. Either trusted R8 which has lost the charm due to a number of R8's seen on the road or the most talked and improved NSX from Acura. Not the kind of coupe to leave you dazzled at first glance and ta...

by Rob Bolton

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A character like no other

There are people who buy hybrids for better fuel economy and then there are people like me who buy them for power. Yes, power. Acura made sure that people like me don’t feel left out and they came up with NSX and this car is a riot. It skids, has a top speed of over 190 miles, and goes in corners with confidence and comes out sliding like a top dog

by David Parente

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