If you’re looking for a luxury sports car that is highly rated by previous and current owners, then the Acura NSX is one that you should definitely consider. The current model has undergone an evolutionary process of working out the kinks to deliver high on driver expectations and it doesn’t disappoint. If you haven’t yet driven the new Acura NSX or if you’re unfamiliar with the brand and model, here are ten things about it that you probably don’t know yet, but should.
It ranks in the top ten
The 2018 Acura NSX has been ranked as number 9 in the luxury Sports cars class. What this means for the driver is that it has a sporty sexy aesthetic with plenty of eye appeal on the exterior. The cabin is loaded with luxury materials and features that add comfort, class, and technology that makes it a pleasure to drive. It’s one of the more popular choices in the luxury sports genre as rated by very satisfied drivers who’ve shared their opinions after driving.
The 2018 Acura NSX isn’t cheap
When compared with other luxury sports cars on the market today, you’ll discover that the price of the NSX is higher than one and arguably lower than the other we used in the comparison. The Manufacturer’s suggested retail price is firmly fixed at $156,000. The 2018 Porsche 911 retails for between $91,100 and $203,000, depending on how fully loaded you order your edition and the 2018 Luxus C comes in at a price range of $92,000 to $96,510 MSRP. The Acura NSX fits firmly in the middle between the two. Sure, there are more affordable sporty new cars out there, but when you do a side by side comparison, they don’t quite match up to the luxury, speed, and aesthetics of the new NSX. The old adage “you get what you pay for” is certainly true in this case.