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.
RSX Type S
2003 Acura RSXMark 704 - Charlotte NC04/18/2011
I needed something with better gas mileage but still wanted something sporty so I narrowed it down to the RSX Type S (34mpg). the Type S is definetly worth the extra money. The interior is excellent I love the way the seats fit. I'm not sure a bigger person would like them. The body rigidity is awesome. i bought an 03 with 57k miles and the car is solid no rattles or bumps and everything works. Jusr remember this is a sporty car so there is a little engine noise and slightly bumpy ride, but all this should be expected with a sportier car. I give this car 5 stars because it had exceded all my expectations.
Acura RSX type S
2006 Acura RSXMr. Yee - Stockon, CA07/03/2010
I like the Acura RSX type S. The car handles very good both on dry and wet pavements. The motor is very powerful for a four cylinder engine. I use to own 2005 Acura RSX type S and I must say that I really enjoy driving it. The car is very roomy for being a coupe and it looks very sporty. I traded my Acura RSX in for another car and I regret doing it. I miss my Acura very much and I plan on getting another Acura RSX type S pretty soon. By the way, the color of my Acura RSX type S was red.
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