The six-speed 1997 Acura NSX comes to us this year with a larger 3.2-liter V6 engine that makes 290 ponies. Automatic NSXs continue with the 3.0-liter, 252-horse V6. Consumer reviewsDrive Train: all wheel drive
1997 Acura NSX-T. The Best Get Better With AgeAcura doesn't sell many NSXs, and it could hardly be less relevant to parent Honda's bottom line. Acura shelled out big bucks to inflate the DOHC 24-valve …Body Style: Coupe
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All specifications, performance and fuel economy data of Acura NSX (216 kW / 294 PS / 290 hp), edition of the year 1997 since mid-year 1997 for North America , including acceleration times 0-60 mph, 0-100 mph, 0-100 km/h, 0-200 km/h, quarter mile time, top speed, mileage and fuel economy, power-to-weight ratio, dimensions, drag coefficient, etc.
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1997 Acura Cars and SUVs Acura started the Japanese luxury car brand trend when parent company Honda introduced it to the U.S. in 1986. Acura started out with two models that have since gained a cult following; the Legend and the Integra.