1993 Acura NSX - 3.0L V6 - 5 Speed Manual Transmission - 37k
Original Miles - Red Over Black Interior (Please note: If you
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GarageKeptMotors.) We Car and Driver testers are unanimous: the NSX
is our top choice for pure driving pleasure. Car and Driver NSX
Review The press was virtually unanimous in its praise for the NSX.
Hagerty gave their view: A rolling oxymoron of speed, comfort and
reliability, the first-generation of the NSX was sold from
1991�€"2005, and it was considered the world's first 'everyday'
mid-engine supercar. A Ferrari, Lotus, and Lambo fighter with the
dependability of an Accord, and real air conditioning. Plus it was
cheaper than those finicky Europeans.... The Hagerty writers
captured more of what made the NSX so special: The Acura's
transversely mounted 3.0-liter V-6 engine was all-aluminum and
featured VTEC variable valve timing, titanium connecting rods, and
an 8000-rpm redline... producing... 270 horsepower and 210 lb-ft of
torque. Its specially engineered Bridgestones were small... (15
inches in the front and 16 inches in the rear).... and the
3000-pound two-seater didn't have a true limited slip
differential... but the performance was there and Honda let it be
known that Formula 1 superstar Ayrton Senna, otherwise known as
God, had helped develop the machine. Auto writers of the time were
smitten. The 1993 NSX offered here is pristine in every respect; a
low-mileage, well cared-for example of this historic performance
sportscar in its trademark red-and-black over black color scheme.
On average, the car has traveled just 1,300 miles per year, for a
total of only 37,000 total miles. The often overused term spotless
is perfectly accurate here. The exterior red paint on the body-and
the mirror-like black on the top-is uniformly like-new. The car has
obviously been treated with meticulous care over the years. The
presentation is concours quality. All body panels are free of
scrapes, dings, or even any noteworthy signs of ordinary use. All
factory badging is in place; all lighting lenses are clear; all
cabin glass is flawless. Factory-installed 5-spoke alloy wheels
retain their original surface, free of signs of curb rash. Pop-up
headlights operate as they should. Indeed, the car is as close to
its showroom condition as it's possible to be after 18 years.
Inside, the highly regarded, well-bolstered leather seats retain
their new look with just the slightest creasing (most noticeable on
the outside bolster on the driver's seat), but no rips or tears.
Black carpeting has been very well-protected. The
instruments-including the 180-mph speedometer and tachometer with
its 8,000 redline, as well as the full complement of
engine-monitoring gauges-feature perfectly clear lenses. All
instrument and control markings are crisp with no signs of
fingernail wear. The dashboard is free of any sign of sun damage.
The gently sloping console houses the HVAC and audio controls, the
6-speed manual transmission shifter, handbrake lever, a small
storage compartment, and two cupholders. The black-leather-trimmed
door panels-like the remainder of the interior-are pristine.
Notably, the lower portions of the doors and the step-over area on
the lower door jamb show an absence of scratch marks from careless
entry or exit, once again evidence of a high level of owner care
and pride. Under the frunk lid, the spare tire, as well as
components of the brake and steering systems are neatly ordered.
Under the rear (or more accurately, the mid-chassis-located) engine
compartment hood, the transve