2004 Acura RSX User Reviews
5-speed AT shown
- $5,900 - $7,141
- No trim specified for this review
- Quick, Great Handling, Reliability & Re-sale
- Ride is WAY rough, Stock wheel/tire combo
If you're looking for a sub 25K PERFORMANCE car, look no further. If you're looking for LUXURY, this is not the car for you. Plenty quick when you wind the engine out. I've taken on turbo 4's, 6's & 'stang GT's & Z28's. My car has beaten or hung with them all. It carves up roads like a knife going through hot butter. Due to the sport-tuned suspension, this thing is painful after a long road-trip or a jaunt through any city. You feel EVERY SINGLE crevis and crack in the road.
I have the Type S and the only thing I would've requested was 17's or 18's to distinguish from the base RSX. Acura has cured that with the '05 RSX's. Other than that, step on the gas, shift through the 6 gears and enjoy the ride!!!
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