Pre-owned Acura NSXs for sale are available at duPont REGISTRY. Any pre-owned Acura
NSX for sale is one of the, if not the, hottest, most desirable model in the Acura
model line-up. When looking for an Acura NSX there are a couple things to look for.
The 1995+ Acura NSX for sale comes standard with t-tops; unfortunately, this also
means it has more weight and a softer suspension. The NSX received a larger engine
in 1997, jumping from 3.0-liters to 3.2-liters, and the horsepower jumped from 270hp
The NSX, or New Sportscar Experimental, as it was named during development, was
the first supercar to come from Japan. Unleashed to the American public in 1990,
the NSX has been a huge hit for Honda’s Acura division. The NSX never really changed
from the time of its inception till 2005 when production was halted. The only refreshing
it got was a new motor in 1997 and a facelift in 2002.
The car was well known for offering both comfort and performance. The car is ergonamically
superior to many supercars you can buy even today, let alone any of the supercars
you would have found back in 1990. It’s the engineering and craftsmanship that make
the NSX still viable and enjoyable even by today’s supercar standards. One little
tidbit of engineering excellence is the t-tops found on the NSX-T. Take the top
off your NSX-T and store it in its ingenious spot above the engine without sacrificing
luggage space! It’s the little things like this that make the Acura NSX near perfect,
even when competing against cars engineered as recently as last year.
The Alex Zanadi Edition is the rare gem in the NSX collection. Only 51 examples
were produced in 1999 in commemoration of Alex Zanardi’s back-to-back CART championship
wins in 1997 and 1998. The special model was only available in Formula Red, came
with a stiffer suspension, and a lower curb weight.
Unfortunately, the next generation Acura NSX has been suspended indefinitely. The
car was previosuly spotted track testing in Honda S2000 guise; however, for the
most part information on the car was scarce. It was rumored a V-10 engine producing
somewhere north of 550 horsepower was being developed. The engine was going to be
coupled to a six-speed automated-manual transmission and would have been tied to
SH-AWD, which first found its way into the Acura RL.