The original Acura NSX is a legendary Japanese sports car, boasting a wonderful driving experience thanks to a balanced mid-engined chassis and a high-revving 3.2L V6 – AND it looks exotic in all the right ways. This particular NSX is a really desirable example, hailing from the final production run between 2002 and 2005. It also boasts the fantastic 6-speed manual transmission, shows a relatively low 32,500 miles, and it comes with some nice factory equipment – like a removable roof panel, power-adjustable seats, and a Bose sound system. Plus, this NSX is offered with a clean, accident-free Carfax report, for added buyer confidence. This looks like a great NSX, and I’m certain the next owner will have a blast behind the wheel.
THIS... is a 2003 Acura NSX-T, finished in Berlina Black with an Onyx interior.
- This NSX is a US-market coupe currently registered in Ontario, Canada. It features the desirable 6-speed manual transmission and an imperial instrument cluster, with the odometer currently indicating approximately 32,500 miles.
- The attached Carfax history report shows no accidents or mileage discrepancies in this NSX’s past.
- According to the window sticker provided in the gallery, factory equipment includes 17-inch wheels, a rear spoiler, a removable roof panel, leather upholstery, power-adjustable seats, a Bose sound system, automatic climate control, and more as listed below. Modifications reported by the selling dealer are limited to a JIC Magic coilover suspension, a Flaming River battery disconnect switch, and an aftermarket horn.
- Sold as a Honda in global markets, the first-generation Acura NSX made its debut for 1991 as a user-friendly supercar with Ferrari-like performance and Japanese reliability. Aluminum construction kept weight in check, and the NSX stood out as the first production car equipped with titanium connecting rods. The original NSX went through several updates until production ended in 2005.
- A facelift for the 2002 model year brought revised front and rear fascias and did away with the pop-up headlights from earlier models in favor of fixed xenon HID units. Other changes included larger wheels and a revised suspension.
- Power comes from a 3.2-liter V6, rated at 290 horsepower and 224 lb-ft of torque. It spins the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission.
A window sticker is provided in the photo gallery, and a partial list of notable equipment includes:
- 17-inch wheels
- Xenon HID headlights
- Rear spoiler
- Removable roof panel
- Leather upholstery
- Power-adjustable seats
- Bose sound system
- Automatic climate control
- Cruise control
Modifications reported by the selling dealer include:
- JIC Magic coilover suspension
- Flaming River battery disconnect switch
- Aftermarket horn
- Some paint chips and scratches around the exterior
- Old date codes on tires
Recent Service History
Service documentation in the photo gallery indicates that the following maintenance has been performed:
- August 2021 (29,572 miles): Engine oil and filter changed, pre-purchase inspection performed
- March 2020 (28,548 miles): Engine oil and filter changed, battery, battery hold-down, and battery cable ends replaced
- May 2019 (27,217 miles): Timing belt, tensioner, water pump replaced, valve cover gaskets replaced, coolant flushed
The selling dealer states that this NSX had an engine oil and filter change performed in preparation for the sale. Some additional service history can be found in the attached Carfax report.
Other Items Included in Sale
- 2 keys
- Owner's manual
- Window sticker copy
- Service records
- Car cover
The selling dealer reportedly acquired this NSX in April 2023.
Photos of paint meter readings and the original VIN tags are provided in the "Other" section of the gallery.