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2005 Acura NSX

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2005 Acura NSX

2005 Acura NSX

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While this sleek two-seat sports car receives only few changes for the 2005 model year, it still manages to turn heads with its exotic low-slung styling, snap necks with its blazing acceleration, and grip the road like few other production vehicles thanks to its sophisticated suspension. And it does so for considerably less cash than the European exotics, though it still lacks the cachet of a Ferrari or Lamborghini.

Standard with the six-speed manual transmission is a 290-horsepower 3.2-liter version, while those opting for the four-speed SportShift automatic gearbox get a 3.0-liter V-6 that generates a somewhat tamer 252 horses. A racing-inspired four-wheel-independent double-wishbone suspension, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, traction control, and a limited-slip differential are all standard, along with amenities like a removable roof panel, leather upholstery, a Bose premium audio system with CD changer, and xenon high-intensity headlamps.

2002 Acura NSX by John Pearley Huffman (7/22/2002)
Once the best, still good, ready for replacement.

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