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Jay gave me the opportunity to compare the NSX generations. I brought my NA2 2004 NSX and one other owner at Jays garage had an NA1 1995 41K mile NSX. The 2017 NSX is Jay's and it is currently for sale. This video serves as a walkthrough of the differences and also a comparison of the generations.

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    • Richard Ward
      Richard Ward

      No it cant

      about 2 days ago
    • s h a d ø w b a n n e d
      s h a d ø w b a n n e d

      Honda could have literally released the original with an upgraded interior and 0 miles... and it would've done well. That's no NSX.

      about 5 days ago
    • s h a d ø w b a n n e d
      s h a d ø w b a n n e d

      First Acura, then Toyota... why is Nissan the only company that did it right with the GTR?

      about 5 days ago
    • BC Neil
      BC Neil

      Can't be saved. Back in the day the NSX was expensive, but still in the realm where regular people could buy a 4-5 year old one. My uncle bought a 1991, in 1997 for $25,000. I remember the entire family thought it was crazy for a used Honda. He was single and worked as a machinist. The new one will never be affordable to 99% of people, even when these new ones get old, the repair costs will keep these out of the hands of regular guys.

      about 1 month ago
    • Docinaplane
      Docinaplane

      I have an NSX-T. Love the car. I added an air flow system, mufflers, exhaust, and Comptech supercharger. It's enough car for me. I wish Acura/Honda would have just updated the panel, added more power, and made slight body modifications to the original, but that won't happen. There will never be another NSX. Oh yeah, and rename the new one.

      about 2 months ago
    • Steven
      Steven

      His wheels cost more than my car :(

      about 2 months ago
    • SoCal NSX
      SoCal NSX

      NA1 1991-1996 NA2 1997 -2005
      FYI

      about 3 months ago
    • Pj Sneeringer
      Pj Sneeringer

      Acura should MSRP at 80k

      about 3 months ago
    • Pj Sneeringer
      Pj Sneeringer

      Acura is KILLING NSX

      about 3 months ago
    • Agency Men
      Agency Men

      Blue such a beta male color. Come on

      about 3 months ago
    • Tag Yoi
      Tag Yoi

      if there wasn't Lehman shock there would have been a v10 nb nsx.. a refined HSC shaped beautiful vehicle..

      about 4 months ago
    • Jotveer Khangura
      Jotveer Khangura

      The NA2 is the most sexiest in my opinion. NA1 NSXs are alright but the NA2 style looks 1000 times better in my opinion.

      about 4 months ago
    • vreference
      vreference

      The wolf would not drive the new NSX. Also 9 Speed slushbox is the only trans available? Amusing that they managed to produce a car I will never care about for any money.

      about 4 months ago
    • Edward Yee
      Edward Yee

      I am the original owner of a '94, purchased in '95. There are major difference between these cars. '95 and '96 started the T-top which made the car heavier. Which required the power steering. It was not until '97 that Acura bumped up the displacement and gave it a 6 speed. There are very few coupes after '94. They had to be special ordered. The Zanardi edition that was available in '99 is the cream of the crop. That has the '94 body and the mechanical of the '99. Combining the lighter body with the big engine and the 6 speed. Other than the limited edition in '99, I think the '94 is probably the one to get. Early NSX like have smaller tyres and there is a lot of toe out in the back which could ruin a set of rears in 5000 miles. '94 is the year that the bigger wheels were fitted. I love the feel on my NA1 and the view. I have yet to find a car with a better view in the driver's seat.

      about 4 months ago
    • D Moore
      D Moore

      It's priced wrong. AT 125K It will sell like hotcakes.

      about 5 months ago
    • Atticus
      Atticus

      An NSX expert who doesn't know how to open hood.

      about 5 months ago
    • Pillof Red
      Pillof Red

      The moment you popped the front, I know that my NA1 91 is way better kept than both of those.

      about 5 months ago
    • Mark of Excellence
      Mark of Excellence

      The new NSX is a nice $80,000 car

      about 5 months ago
    • TheHondaTuner
      TheHondaTuner

      Its not as sad as MK4 MK5 Supra..

      about 5 months ago
    • Jason
      Jason

      i like blue on the older ones but the newer one looks the best in red.

      about 6 months ago
    • Mark 111
      Mark 111

      Sold a McLaren MP-4-12C to buy a new NSX. It was the best decision I ever made because the McLaren though attractive in many ways was an absolute nightmare to keep on the road. I don't care that McLaren honored the $89,000+ in repairs for the 11 months we kept it! Transmission failure/problems, oil leaks, LED taillights failing, instrument panel lights not working, ECU replacement (2X), leaking struts, creaks rattles, electrical gremlins, parts availability etc. etc. etc. Christ what a beautifully designed but horribly executed and unreliable vehicle. The POS like our Ferrari 348 spent more time in the shop than on the road! Getting into an exotic car and having it start and actually be capable of going on a road trip without having to worry about a problem is truly enjoyable. The NSX is far more reliable, great at everything and better than the McLaren (even when the McLaren was working). The McLaren was never a great car but, it was better (even great at) frustrating and completely ruining your driving experience with its constant issues and breakdowns. Never again.

      about 6 months ago
    • Laxmi Narayanan KS
      Laxmi Narayanan KS

      If only it was priced near to a corvette

      about 6 months ago
    • InTheZone
      InTheZone

      new nsx is such a smfh

      about 6 months ago
    • Trent Shaffer
      Trent Shaffer

      I agree with Rob on the throwback styles, if they can give me a 69/70 body style Charger, with modern specs, I'll sell my soul for

      about 7 months ago
    • MadfightinNorweigen
      MadfightinNorweigen

      Trunk space ? If I have that much money to afford a car like that I’ll just ship my suitcases wherever I’m going other than that the trunk is good enough for a big duffel bag that’s all I need

      about 7 months ago
    • MadfightinNorweigen
      MadfightinNorweigen

      definitely really without a doubt leaning heavily toward the new one much sleeker definitely more of an exotic car where the older NSX body style reminds me of the ol 914 Porsche ...UGLY !!! that’s just my opinion

      about 7 months ago
    • Rolling Tin Fist
      Rolling Tin Fist

      I think the 2017 is gorgeous, but it should lose the hybrid bit and other things to cut the price, as previously written, and given a different model name.

      about 7 months ago
    • tj moneybags
      tj moneybags

      What were they supposed to build...another slow just good looking car? That's an even stupider idea. Honda people changed too. No one wants a little civic anymore, no one wants just good handling with no power. Why on earth should they have built that.......with a bigger trunk? I think it's a great car, just overpriced.

      about 7 months ago
    • Bee Thao
      Bee Thao

      You and others are totally missing the point of the name NSX. NSX means New Sports Xperimental... if they made a "new" of the old, then it would not be the NSX way. It would just be a refresh and not "New". The new NSX is following its namesake by challenging what future sports cars should be... hybrid sports car - the way of the future. I don't understand why people don't see that and just want the old car with a "new" look.

      about 7 months ago
    • Warpy
      Warpy

      What happened in the US to make Honda have a different brand? They're Honda NSXs right?
      Was it something in the perceived mindset in the US that the Honda brand, at the time, wouldn't sell higher end performance cars?

      about 8 months ago