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Honda looks to revamped Acura NSX to fire up brand

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By Naomi Tajitsu

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Oh I wish I had the means to buy one of these and drive from Aomori to Fukuoka once a month.

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I'd rather have one of the early 90s ones, looks way better.

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Beautiful car, but I thought the point of the original was to have a world class sports car that didn't break the bank, like the Corvette.

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Sparky Santos: "And normal sized folks could never fit in it. To be specific, us folks who could afford to buy one, can not get in and be comfortable driving the car. BOTTOM LINE."

I am baffled by your statement. Are you saying "folks who can afford to buy one" are either very tall or obese? Define normal in your case or what you think normal is size is in Japan. I can afford an NSX and I am neither too tall or too fat. Again, your post is strange to say the least.

On a personal note, I like sports cars but I find them impractical and not comfortable and this is because they are sports cars. I prefer luxury sedans and prefer Japanese cars so that is why I drive a Lexus LS600. It is not an Italian exotic sports car but I love the luxurious ride and coffin quite cabin. If I were to buy a sports car, I would have to go with a Nissan GTR NISMO. The GTR will beat you up a bit but it is iconic in my eyes for Japanese sports cars.

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It is too busy. And normal sized folks could never fit in it. To be specific, us folks who could afford to buy one, can not get in and be comfortable driving the car. BOTTOM LINE.

Acura needs to update the 1987 Legend Coupe along the lines of Toyota's GT86. Make it retro with a race focused interior that is able to accept modular upgrades. EG A racing gas tank with room for two spares in the trunk. EG Light weight carbon fiber targa roof. EG An easy in bolt in roll cage for safety. ETC.

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