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What Car? says

3 out of 5 stars

For A genuine supercar that's easy to drive

Against Drab cabin; quality not up to supercar standards

Verdict A real supercar bargain – great fun and well priced

Go for… 3.2i manual

Avoid… 3.0 auto

Honda NSX Coupe
  • 1. The handling is absolutely superb, with terrific grip and excellent control
  • 2. An NSX should be reliable if the 9000-mile service intervals have been adhered to
  • 3. The engine and gearbox are extremely complex, so they're a nightmare to fix if they go wrong
  • 4. The NSX is even surprisingly practical, with enough of a boot to carry a couple of sets of golf clubs
  • 5. Choose the 3.2-litre version - its manual ’box gives you the proper supercar experience the 3.0-litre model misses
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