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Customer Review Summary for Acura Coupes
2006 Acura RSXEric - Tx11/09/2007
I love the RSX Type S, great handling, and i love it when the I-Vtec kicks in. So awesome!! This car is great overall. Now for all you RSX lovers, add the A-spec package on any 04-06 type S. You'll definately love how it looks after.
I purchased my RSX with 12 miles on it. After 12 years and 217,000 miles it is still going strong. Both the interior and exterior have held up exceptionally well. It is a fun and reliable car. I recently passed this car onto another family member who is in love with the car. It has plenty of power for daily driving with great fuel economy. Even with high miles, the car is still getting 35 MPG on the highway.
It has a sport shift that makes it fun to drive when you want to shift without the hassle of a clutch. The sunroof is also awesome. The vehicle looks small on the outside but has plenty of room on the inside.
love it to death
2004 Acura RSXJD - CARTERSVILLE GA - CARTERSVILLE, GA08/10/2009
IVTEC sounds nice and gives an extra boost, good looking seats, comfort and style.
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