1995 Acura NSX
The 95 models went on sale late in the season, and only in NSX-T form. That meant a removable roof panel, which could be stored in a... Read More
The 95 models went on sale late in the season, and only in NSX-T form. That meant a removable roof panel, which could be stored in a compartment behind the seats without cutting into cargo volume. Acura also turned to structural reinforcement, upgrading to meet the 1997 Federal side-impact standards. A new drive-by-wire throttle system was installed. Electrical power steering, previously available only with an automatic transmission, could now be installed with manual shift as well. The automatic transmission gained a SportShift feature, controlled by flipping a lever on the steering column. Minimize
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Oct 24, 2005
A TRUE EXOTIC THAT YOU CAN USE !!
Pros: INCREDIBLE LOOKS ,PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY.
Cons: A LIL TIGHT TO INGRESS AND REGRESS ,REAR TIRES GET USED UP REAL FAST
HIGHLY RECOMMEND Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 12, 2000
A Supercar You Can Drive Every Day.
Pros: Incredibly civil supercar.
Cons: Incredibly civil supercar. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 12, 1999
Pros: looks, manners, technology, performance
Cons: space, cargo, hunger for tires Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 18, 2000