Is a 1991 Acura NSX rare?

With roughly 9000 sold in the US over its 15-year production run, it’s rare.

How much is a 1991 NSX worth?

According to the Hagerty Valuation Tool, five years ago a 1991 Acura NSX could be purchased for approximately $40,000. Today, the same ’91 Acura NSX in the same condition could be sold in excess of $100,000.

Is 1991 NSX fast?

This 1991 Acura NSX still wears the Berlina black paint it came with from the factory in Japan. It’s tough to give this car any demerits after going around a single corner with it. Sure, it’s not lightning quick by current standards, but in 1991, it was one of the fastest cars in the world.

Is the NSX expensive to maintain?

The annual maintenance cost of an Acura NSX is $354. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and shop.

Is the NSX reliable?

The 2016 Honda NSX is relatively new, so it’s impossible to give a concrete assessment of its reliability at this stage. As a manufacturer, Honda does have a reputation for excellent reliability and build quality, which bodes well for its new models.

Does the old NSX have VTEC?

The answer is simple: it does not need it. The first generation of NSX’s had “VTEC” emblazoned on their mid-mounted engines, but the four letters are replaced by “NSX.”

Does NSX hold value?

Do Acura NSXs hold their value? If we were going by average Acura depreciation, the Acura NSX will lose about 76.85% of its value over the first 10 years (MSRP of $157,500). The MSRP ranges between $157,500 for a base to $169,000 with available packages included.

Is the original Acura NSX a supercar?

However, both cars completed the 0-60mph sprint in around 5.5 seconds (fast for the day). Therefore, it’s fair to say that the original NSX was – and remains – a proper supercar.

Is the old NSX AWD?

The origins of the NSX trace back to 1984, with the HP-X (Honda Pininfarina eXperimental) concept, which was a mid-engine 3.0 L V6 engine rear wheel drive sports car….Honda NSX.

Acura NSX
Production 1990–2005 2016–2022
Body and chassis
Class S-segment

Is the old NSX reliable?

The first-generation Acura NSX is a dream car for many enthusiasts and if it ever has been one for you, then there are probably many reasons why. It has a sleek and simple design that is utterly timeless, it handles better than most cars on the road, and it’s dead-on reliable.