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2017 Acura NSX Starts at $157,800; Acura Dealers Begin Taking Deposits | Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited December 2015 in Acura
2017 Acura NSX Starts at $157,800; Acura Dealers Begin Taking Deposits |

The 2017 Acura NSX, a two-seat, midengine hybrid sports car, will start at $157,800, including a $1,800 destination charge, when it arrives at Acura dealerships next spring.

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  • sonny28sonny28 Member Posts: 65
    Eh, I still miss the older NSX...
    '14 Honda CBR600RR
    '15 Honda Rebel
  • thepuffthepuff Member Posts: 87
    Who cares...yet another example of a car that only a few will ever afford. For that price, I hope it's fast, handles well, etc. How about something for the masses; and not another sport ute or boring sedan (TLX).
  • zoomzoomnzoomzoomn Member Posts: 143
    I'm with thepuff. I lease a TSX. It's OK, but woefully unrefined even in it's segment. I love Honda and would consider another Acura, but the new TLX doesn't quite get it for me. I wish that they'd bring something back on the lines of the 3rd gen TL, or second gen CL.
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