2019 Acura NSX: Updated & revisited

It’s kind of crazy to think that the current Acura NSX has been on sale for three years now. In that time it has proven itself to be quite a great sports car, if somewhat understated and possibly overshadowed by the world’s current lineup of so-called hyper-cars. And that is really unfair as this is one of the few super-cars on the market that can be easily and comfortably driven daily.

For 2019 Acura decided to upgrade the NSX in several minor ways. Jeff explains what those changes are and if they have made the NSX better.

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3 responses to “2019 Acura NSX: Updated & revisited”

  1. neight428 Avatar

    I have only seen a handful of the new ones on the road, and I think they look fantastic. Even saw one at a cars and coffee type gathering with a lot of really high end hardware, and visually it holds its own against McLarens, Lamborghinis, and Ferraris

    1. Number_Six Avatar

      It’s my lottery car, no question

  2. Zentropy Avatar

    Finally got to ride in one of these a few weeks ago. My neighbor works for Honda, and she’d signed one out for the day. They look fantastic in person, though I was a little underwhelmed by the interior, which– other than for the leather stitched into the dash– didn’t feel special at all. The acceleration certainly felt special, though, and the handling crisp to say the least.
    The biggest letdown was the sound. I remember the original NSX sounding much better with a smaller engine and far less output, but maybe that’s just a rose-colored memory. There are admittedly very few V6s that sound good to my ear, the only one I recall recently being the new Giulia QF.