You have to give Honda credit for keeping its Acura NSX alive.
In an era when many Japanese sports cars are becoming extinct (the Nissan 300 ZX, Subaru SVX, Toyota MR-2, etc.), ultra-slow sales of the low-slung NSX would have given Honda a
legitimate reason to pull the plug.
Through June, just 218 NSXs have found homes, down from the 252 sold through the first six months of last year. And this year's lower sales come despite a host of improvements on the 1997 model that was introduced
But the NSX is Honda's technical masterpiece, and even though it sells in tiny numbers compared with every other Honda product, it does bring a measure of prestige to the Japanese automaker.
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