I definitely love this car. Powerfull and very nice looking. I was looking for a sportie such as MX-5 Miata but still have teenagers to haul around. My choice for the RSX was based on mainly four criterias: good Consumer Report rating, quality, sporty and 4 pax. I got all in the RSX. See Report in the 2005 Type-S model. It reports both, the Basic and Type S very well.
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.
2004 Acura RSXRosie - MD/NJ01/01/2008
I really love this car. It was a huge step up from my 01 Accord, and as much as I loved that car, this one is far superior. I only wish it had seat warmers. Type-S sound system is to die for, pickup is great, shift shock is minimal (if you know what you're doing.) She was a bit finnicky when I tried teaching my friend stick; put up with a few stalls, then made some unhappy noises the next time she got turned on.
Not to mention, all my friends love riding in her, too. =)
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