The Honda NSX, sold in the USA under the upmarket Acura brand, is often regarded as Japan's first modern supercar. It was a groundbreaking vehicle and even inspired the creation of the McLaren F1 by Gordon Murray, who owned and drove an NSX extensively. This 1995 Acura NSX, with 118,644 miles on the odometer, showcases the enduring appeal of the NSX. It has been meticulously maintained and remains suitable for daily driving, making it an enticing option for supercar enthusiasts.
Exterior and Interior
This 1995 Acura NSX boasts an attractive red exterior, featuring the iconic pop-up headlamps that add to its allure. The car has been upgraded with newer Type R wheels, a Type R carbon lip spoiler with a brake light, and a Type R front lip. Additionally, the car features a removable targa top, providing an open-topped motoring experience, and the top can be neatly stored in the trunk behind the passenger cabin. Inside the cabin, you'll find a practical and well-equipped interior for a supercar. The car is equipped with climate control, power mirrors, power windows, and power door locks. The integrated radio cassette head unit delivers sound through a Bose speaker system. The car has been fitted with an aftermarket Renown steering wheel featuring yellow stitching. The analog instrument cluster, with an 8,000rpm redline on the tachometer, exudes a classic 1990s charm.
The 1995 Acura NSX is powered by a 3.0L VTEC V6 engine that produces 270 horsepower at 7,300rpm and 210 lb-ft of torque at 6,500rpm. Known for its high-revving nature, the engine redlines at 8,000rpm and drives the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox. The current owner has reported various essential maintenance and upgrades, including the replacement of seals, gaskets, VTEC motor sensors, and a new air conditioning system. Additionally, there are new headers, exhaust components, a steering rack, a clutch, a rebuilt linkage, a carbon snorkel intake, and a new fuel system from Science of Speed. These enhancements aim to keep this classic supercar in top form for many more enjoyable miles.