The NSX was Honda’s answer to European heavy hitters Porsche and Ferrari. It’s mid-engine, rear wheel drive, six speed manual gear box made it every bit the drivers car that you would expect from one of the most iconic and celebrated cars to ever come out of Japan. Now, more than twenty years since this NSX rolled off the production line, it still looks remarkably modern, if it wasn’t for its halogen lights you could easily be persuaded into thinking it was only a few years old.
The NSX is now one of the most collectable and highly sought after cars for supercar aficionados and JDM fans alike. The NSX was never known for big power, rather its precise handling and driver involvement, as such, its high revving, naturally aspirated 3.0L V6 produces a respectable 201kW/284Nm and accelerates to 100km/h in a hot-hatch comparable 5.7sec.
With 87,000km on the clock, this 1993 Honda NSX has had an easy like for a car that is more than twenty years old. By NSX standards, this car features very few aftermarket modifications in the way of a catback exhaust, headers and high flow cats, which makes it highly desirable for those looking for a factory spec NSX to maintain or those wanting a blank canvas on which they can modify. Honda NSX values have remained steady for the past 2-3 years but we expect them to increase as interest increases with news of an all new NSX being released in 2017.
Price $120,000 Location Wembley, Western Australia Mileage 87,000km
6 Speed Manual
Rear Wheel Drive
Aspirated 3.0L V6
Article by Liam Ridings Copywriter