1995 Acura NSX

  • 1995 Acura NSX Base Coupe
    • MAX MPG
      24
    • SEATS
      2
    • HP/TORQUE
      270/210
    • ENGINE
      3.0L V6
    • MSRP
      $81,000
  • 1995 Acura NSX T Convertible
    • MAX MPG
      24
    • SEATS
      2
    • HP/TORQUE
      270/210
    • ENGINE
      3.0L V6
    • MSRP
      $81,000
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1995 Acura NSX Review

An innovative sports car made for the passing lane.

Reviewed by Automotive on

Overview

The pedigree of the Acura NSX can be traced to the year 1984, when Honda asked Italian custom-shop, Pininfarina, to collaborate on a design that could compete with sports cars from Germany and Italy. A derivative design of the experiment from 1984 went into production in 1990. The stealthy, aluminum-bodied sports car would go on to be celebrated for its novel design and its developer’s ambitious goal of directly competing with Ferrari. The T is the only model available in the United States, while other trims are available in other markets. The model designation indicates that a glass targa top is included.

Owners have reported exceptional reliability considering the reputation generally ascribed to sports cars with many owners reporting relatively trouble-free ownership well over the 100,000-mile mark. Despite its storied history, several missteps by Acura ultimately culminated in the cancelling of the NSX’s production altogether in 2005. Despite some quirks, it was a pivotal model for the Honda subsidiary. The innovative sports car still has a cult following well after the end of its production run.

The Range

Body Styles: coupe
Engines: 3.0-liter six-cylinder
Transmissions: five-speed manual
Models: Acura NSX T

What's New

The 1995 Acura NSX is only available with a targa top in the U.S. market. The prior year’s hardtop coupe is no longer shipped.

Exterior

The 1995 Acura NSX have an extremely refined, supercar-like appearance is reminiscent of Italian icons like Ferrari and Lamborghini, no doubt due to the influence of Pininfarina in the early design. Representing the first aluminum bodied production car, the design is streamlined, slightly pointy, and downright precocious. Factory equipment includes 16-inch alloy wheels, rear spoiler, and tinted windows.

Interior

The 1995 Acura NSX T offers a wealth of amenities in its standard configuration. Bose sound, power windows, power locks, and power seats, cruise control, leather seating, air-conditioning, and automatic climate control are all stock. The well-outfitted sports car has only one interior option: CD functionality.

Performance & Handling

The 1995 Acura NSX T features a 3.0-liter, six-cylinder engine, outputting an impressive 270 horsepower. The innovative use of aluminum and titanium in the body and suspensions system lightens it and makes it extremely durable. It offers standard limited slip differential, four-wheel anti-lock braking system, and power steering. A four-speed automatic transmission is offered in place of the standard five-speed manual transmission.

Safety

The 1995 Acura NSX provide standard passenger, driver front airbags, traction control, ABS, and a slightly over-complicated anti-theft system.

EPA Fuel Economy

Acura NSX: 16/22 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Futuristic looks
  • Particularly strong reliability

You Won't Like

  • Overly complex anti-theft system
  • Only available in a targa top

Sum Up

An innovative sports car made for the passing lane.

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