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Acura NSX specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1424 kg (3139 lbs)
Power / weight 204 ps (201 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 213 Nm (157 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2004
Origin country Japan
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Performance

Top speed 282 kph (175 mph)
0 - 100 kph 5.0 s
0 - 100 mph 11.6 s
Est. 1/8 mile 8.9 s @ 86.4 mph
1/4 mile 13.4 s @ 106.3 mph

More acceleration times

Acura NSX acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type V6
Displacement 3.2 l (195 ci)
Power 290 ps (286 bhp / 213 kw)
Torque 304 Nm (224 lb-ft)
Power / liter 91 ps (89 hp)
Transmission 6
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

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NSX rivals

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Jeff B  6y  

New NSX, looks great IMO, but still no info on weight/price/power http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2012/01/acura-nsx-concept-lead.jpg


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Mike B  6y  

It's the second time I make this error, delete the Adams motorsports park laptime, sorry


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NSX  7y  

Why are there TWO versions of the NSX NA2 (3.2 - 1997-2005) but no version of the NA1 (3.0 - 1991-1996). Whenever I add the NA1 with the numbers for the 3.0L instead of the 3.2L it gets deleted? This particular listing is listed as the Acura NSX but it is the later model with the latest body and 3.2 engine. There is also a listing for the NSX 3.2L. Their numbers are roughly the same as they have the same exact drivetrain (3.2L V6, 6Speed MAnual). However, when I add the NA1 model (1991-1996) with the NA1 drivetrain (3.0L V6, 5Speed) it gets deleted. It is an earlier model of this car, in fact, the initial model, yet there are two models in the Acura lineup that are basically the same less for a different nose/headlights and rear valence.


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Anonymoous  7y  

No, Acura is not an American company. I own a NSX and it was hand-built in Tochigi. Last I knew Tochigi was in Japan. Acura is a division of Honda, Honda is a Japanese company. Whomever thinks Acura is an American company is....well....wrong.


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BumRush  8y  

OMG whatever already lol


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E  8y  

This is all Gran Turismo's fault, they called Acura American in their games lol.

But Acura is Honda, they didn't even change the name of the car when they brought it over here, the NSX is Japanese.

The Honda was better anyway, all the Acuras were heavier I think.


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Anonymous  8y  

It (the NSX) was sold in Japan under the name Honda NSX. It doesn't become an "American car" because they sold it as the Acura NSX in the USA.

Long story short, Honda wanted to sell more upscale vehicles in the US but figured Americans wouldn't accept an "expensive" Honda so they called the brand Acura. The original Legend and Integra were just as Japanese as a Civic or Accord just as the NSX is Japanese.

Whoever sibmitted this car and put "Home Country - USA" probably figured that Acura is a division of American Honda so "...it must be an American car..." but that person didn't realize that American Honda is a division of Honda and Honda is a Japanese company.

It's more confusing with Jaguar (Indian company?...formally owned by Ford?) but Acura is pretty simple.


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BumRush  8y  

Like i said i couldt care less, BUT, if its not sold in the country that it supposedly origanated form, why call it japanese, it may be sold in Honk Kong and canada and what not, but those countrys arent Japan, but whatever, dont really care.


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jubuttib  8y  

No, it isn't sold in Japan, but it is sold in Hong Kong and Canada in addition to USA, so why not use them if it's so important to use something other than Japan? Anyway, this things has gotten out of hand. Good to see it's changed though.


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BumRush  8y  

Plus Acura isnt sold in Japan.


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BumRush  8y  

It wasnt before, it said Usa, but i could care less what it says, to me, i couldnt care what country a car comes from.


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Wads  8y  

Home country says Japan so whats the problem?


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Anonymous  8y  

Some people are just too ignorant to understand. Calling an Acura NSX an American car is worse than calling BMW Z4 an American car. The Z4 was built in America but it's still a German car. The NSX wasn't built in the USA, wasn't designed in the USA, wasn't owned by an American company, so how could it be an American car?


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BumRush  8y  

Thats exactly what he/she is saying.


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jubuttib  8y  

Who gives a shit? So you're saying that the homeland info is completely irrelevant, because nobody cares if it's correct or not? Ok, if it's like that I'm going to shut up about it, now I'll just wonder why it's listed in the first place.


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Anonymous  8y  

who gives a shit, its gonna stay like this. usa


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jubuttib  8y  

Except that Acura isn't American, it's Japanese. Like I said, it's headquartered in Japan, and the name is used in countries other than USA. Nobody calls Daewoo cars sold as Chevrolet American, because they're not, they're Korean. And at least Chevrolet is an American company, unlike Acura.


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Anonymous  8y  

Who gives a shit, Acura is American, its owned by honda, but its An american car, so whatever.


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jubuttib  8y  

I sort of agree. If it isn't made in America and isn't even based in the USA (it's headquarter is in Tokyo according to wiki), it's not American. Acura is sold in Hong Kong also, so why not put Hong Kong as the home country?


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Anonymous  9y  

no acura isn't American its hondas name in USA if nelson Mandela went to live in the USA and called himself bob he wudnt be american


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Anonymous  9y  

because acura is an american company..it may be hondas luxury brand but as far as i know acuras arent sold in the usa, so acura is aMEEERcan..does that ansa yo qestin? ps what other acura?


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Anonymous  9y  

how is the home country USA ?? And that other acura its just a Honda accord