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Customer Review Summary for 2005 Acura RSX
Fun Ride 2005 RSX - Type S
2005 Acura RSXBob - Chester, VA03/23/2010
2005 RSX - Type S
Manual 6-speed fun to drive. 210-horsepower provides plenty of get-up-and-go.
Great looks. Nice wheels.
Hatch-back with fold down seat great for transporting my bike.
Great Daily Driver!
2005 Acura RSXThom - , 04/01/2014
Very reliable, good on gas and a blast to drive! The quality of the interior components are way over the top. Acura did a very good job with the interior especially the seats using a good quality leather. I will my Corvette has the same quality interior quality.
Awesome Car, overpriced (typical carmax)
2005 Acura RSXBrian - San Antonio, TX10/20/2014
Awesome vehicle, grossly overpriced, but I'm very happy with the quality of this used car!
RSX's are fantastic daily drivers and even more fun on the weekend. Average MPG I've been getting on the highway: ~40 and city: ~35
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