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The 2017 Acura NSX is expensive -- it starts at $156,000, and some 2017 NSX models cost well over $200,000. But it's better than you think, even for that high price tag -- and here's why.

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    • Happy Saddington
      Happy Saddington

      There's a lot of stuff on this car that's on my '17 Civic Si :/

      about 11 hours ago
    • LeoVids
      LeoVids

      It's classic racism, just because it's Japanese people hate it

      about 1 day ago
    • Goo________
      Goo________

      The problem with it is that it doesnt look like a supercar, it looks like a high end civic.


      The OG NSX looked like a fucking modern f40.

      about 1 day ago
    • Sebb
      Sebb

      Lmao here in Italy some crazy ass is selling his black NSX for 50 grand. 50!!! You can buy this car at the price of a Civic!

      about 1 day ago
    • Cycryllic
      Cycryllic

      Say what you will, I love this car

      about 2 days ago
    • MR. S1000RR TUBASO
      MR. S1000RR TUBASO

      They got to change the god damn logo (A) to something else special more aggressive!!!!and really drop the price on that 💩 to 100 that's all it needs... and no it doesn't or is what the old nsx was ... please !!!!!

      about 3 days ago
    • Craig Scott
      Craig Scott

      156k give me a brake the new C8 Corvette has the same stats and does it for less than half the price.

      about 5 days ago
    • Ariamu7y Calle
      Ariamu7y Calle

      For 200k I rather buy a ferrari. Doug, is Acura paying you a nice check to shoot this video hahaha. Lol

      about 5 days ago
    • Lance Hondrade
      Lance Hondrade

      Even if the upcoming C8 Corvette costs less, the NSX is still a really good buy for a supercar. Plus the NSX gets better mileage.

      about 5 days ago
    • Cisqo Dominguez
      Cisqo Dominguez

      It's cool but to expensive I rather buy a Subaru brz and modify it for cheaper price

      about 5 days ago
    • Adam100A
      Adam100A

      I could get a used huracan for that much

      about 9 days ago
    • Barry Feldman
      Barry Feldman

      No score?

      about 10 days ago
    • Moises Lopez
      Moises Lopez

      What this car needed was 30-50k discount remove the front electric motors or ditch the whole hybrid system and offered a manual, enthusiasts then would had hyped it up after release and snobs would have flocked to the automatics .

      about 10 days ago
    • David Tyra
      David Tyra

      This car is sweet

      about 11 days ago
    • soulstice
      soulstice

      This car is amazing but shouldn’t b priced a hair over 60k w depreciation 45k-50k , these wouldn’t even stay on the lot if they were priced like that, but Acura had to u know. Acura things up

      about 11 days ago
    • xKalphax
      xKalphax

      Doug is the type of guy to make "drake is the type of guy" jokes

      about 12 days ago
    • ruzzell907
      ruzzell907

      I would not mind that the NSX shares interior switches and parts from an ILX, because in this case, the NSX is a Honda, which means reliability and quality. Maserati, Dodge, and FCA in general have been notorious for quality and reliability issues, that's why it was worth pointing out that interior switches and parts from the now discontinued Dodge Dart with dodgy quality and reliability is on the $85k Ghibli. It's like Maserati doesn't care about their customers.

      about 12 days ago
    • Jeff Eradus
      Jeff Eradus

      250000euro in Europe

      about 13 days ago
    • David C
      David C

      The reason why it isn't selling is a cheap interior. Cheap screens. No sound, high mileage is cool but here in America people love their pops and crackers, or atleast some cool acceleration sound. The design is considered bad by some. And yes it's an Acura so that doesn't help

      about 13 days ago
    • David F
      David F

      Honda fanboys crying. Suddenly realizing that the NSX will never be as sought after or thought of as highly and furthermore so rare as the LFA in 50 years.

      about 15 days ago
    • David F
      David F

      Wow. It took 15 minutes to get to the point. 99% of this video contains Doug getting wood over his obvious bias towards this car. Watch the last minute. Real world it's a car no one needs now or wants. The world laughed collectively when they went to buy one and saw Honda Accord design cues and parts all over the interior. No thanks.

      about 15 days ago
    • D.A.Honda247
      D.A.Honda247

      Dam Doug took a few too many bumps before shooting this video lmao🤪

      about 15 days ago
    • carlos oliveira
      carlos oliveira

      For the money, it needs 100 more horsepower and 100 more pound feet of torque.

      about 15 days ago
    • upcollector
      upcollector

      9:44 STOP DRIVING OVER THE MANHOLE COVERS!

      about 16 days ago
    • Mayank Longiany
      Mayank Longiany

      Back when Doug used to speak fast enough. Now, he's like "Thisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss".

      about 17 days ago
    • Mark Robinson
      Mark Robinson

      Nice coupe

      about 17 days ago
    • VINMAD666
      VINMAD666

      Really....... WORST color ever...... I would never buy a red car....... NEVER NEVER EVER.......... sorry just me ...... I WANT BLACK ON BLACK....... with black trim

      about 19 days ago
    • Mark Lambert
      Mark Lambert

      As a former owner of the original NSX (back in 2003) I love this thing... *But* ... the reality is the only people that are willing to pony up near $200k for Hondas, Nissans or Toyotas by and large can't actually afford them. So they amount to populist fantasy, with anti-Ferrari comments racking up thousands of "thumbs up", while they sit rotting on lots. This was the same problem in 2003 when I bought my NSX (MSRP $89k, got it for *$75k brand new* ) and again in 2014 when I bought a GTR BE (MSRP $109k, got it for *$89k brand new* ) And those were *cheap* compared to these current prices; Acura claims the NSX is $156k, but *none* ship below $200k. Time has moved on since 1991. The R8 exists (cheaper), the Corvette is a world beater and somehow has barely gone up in price. Porsche has *lower cost* options (Boxster, Cayman) that are in many ways *superior* to the 911. Honda waited forever and while waiting allowed the Acura brand to become total crap, before launching a *$200k* car. "It's like a 911 Turbo". Except.. It's *the same price as a 911 Turbo* and it's *an Acura.* When the original NSX launched it was $60k (people forget that), and there was *nothing* else like it. The Corvette was a complete piece of crap (the C4). Porsche was *far* more expensive and the Boxster and Cayman didn't exist. The only thing even close to the NSX was the Supra, but as great as the MKIV Supra was, it didnt have near the exotic appeal. 2019 has *no* similarity. There are a *ton* of options even at $80k, much less $200k. And the "alternative to a Ferrari" excuse simply *can't* work for Acura. The $200k alternative to a Ferrari is an R8 or 911 Turbo, *not* an Acura. Toyota would have had a far better shot at doing something like this with the Supra under the Lexus brand, but they *wisely* chose to go the smart route and make that car affordable for the *actual target audience.*

      about 20 days ago
    • Sir Classic
      Sir Classic

      I miss the Acura Integra Type R. Acura needs to make something more affordable.

      about 20 days ago
    • Bobby Raw
      Bobby Raw

      "Giant spoiler" 1.5 inch lip

      about 21 day ago