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Here’s Why the Original Acura NSX Is Shooting Up in Value


The original Acura NSX is shooting up in value — and today I’m reviewing an early NSX to show you why it’s getting so desirable. First I’ll show you around this 1994 NSX, and I’ll show you all of its quirks and features. Then I’ll drive the original Honda NSX to show you what makes it such a joy on the road.


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  • UdderBoy5150
    November 6, 2020

    Review a 300zx z32

  • Mike Kenney
    November 6, 2020

    12:07 "Well take a look inside the NEW NSX" new huh? Looks a little dated

  • Troiski Love
    November 6, 2020

    I'm disappointed about the Hummer EV review.

  • Aj R
    November 6, 2020


  • Worldwide Reality Videos
    November 6, 2020

    Sorry… I can only see the R33 in the background

  • immortal scurds
    November 6, 2020

    its a pos

  • T Ward
    November 6, 2020

    Why is “security” on the door in English if it wasn’t made for the American market?

  • J L
    November 6, 2020

    Is it just me, or would the headlight eyelashes have been more perfect in this era?

  • J L
    November 6, 2020

    Btw I liked this car when I first saw it, and felt it could've been added to the computer game, Hard Drivin.

  • Samuel Kim
    November 6, 2020

    the nsx in front of all of that gtr's and other cars

  • Matt masteringer
    November 6, 2020

    Acura makes one of my the best cars. My 2006 tsx will out last any new 2020 bmw, Audi, Mercendes, Volvo, Chevy, Hyundai, Ford, Nissan, Mazda, Kia. Etc, Honda/Acura or Lexus/ Toyota are only reliable cars to buy.

  • Zxro
    November 6, 2020

    my neighbour has a honda nsx in red, i always used to think it was a ferrari when i was young

  • Adam Mashiach
    November 6, 2020

    This was my favorite sports car for a long time thanks to the original FORZA game

  • chronoshift
    November 6, 2020

    all the skylines in the background …

  • Harsh Gadley
    November 6, 2020

    NSX type R?

  • I'm Dead Inside
    November 6, 2020

    I'm getting this car soon

    In Forza Horizon 4

  • jC Romeen
    November 6, 2020

    They should’ve put a v8 in there !

  • VisionONE24 JORGE
    November 6, 2020

    Great video of an Iconic Honda😎

  • I
    November 6, 2020

    Nostalgia is a hell of a drug! The 1991 Gen 1 NSX was as quick to 60 as a Turbo S was in 1975! It was a FULL SECOND slower to 60 and in the 1/4 than the 1991 Turbo S and 1991 ZR1. The Gen 1 NSX was $60k in 1991 money, but that is $90k+ in today's money when you adjust for inflation. By 2005, it was an inflation-adjusted $125k for a 13 second car that got SLAUGHTERED BY EVERYTHING!

    Fast forward to now. A new NSX starts at $159k and gets you 2.7 0-60 per Acura's website for ALL NSX's and there are multiple videos of 2.8's and a 2.9 with an adult male passenger riding shotgun. It runs 10.8's on pump gas, stock tires without heating or deflating them, and has won world championships in real life track racing. No production car ever made beats it by a FULL SECOND to 60 like how the Turbo S did Gen 1, yet you nerds all hate it. I can't wait to see you all sucking its nuts in 20 years too.

    But, but, but "Senna" or "analog". Stupid Millennials, Senna drove it ONCE around a track and told the Acura engineers that he didn't like it because it understeered. He didn't co-develop the car! As far as "analog" which is the cool hip buzzword for you nutless Millennials, the NSX was considered a soulless computer-on-wheels when it came out by the guys with 20-30 year old cars, which were muscle cars at that time. Now you all bitch the new NSX "isn't analog enough" 😭. Yeah dipstick, that happens when a car is 20 years newer! It's called technology you cucks.

  • CAYMAN987
    November 6, 2020

    3:25 in wierd glitch in the video.. can you reload it ?

  • AR14 RacingFox
    November 6, 2020

    at 12:11, did he say NEW nsx? i mean technically but no,

  • SupraNaturalTT
    November 6, 2020

    He said ' Anal-log🥴 @9:15

  • Cereal Killa
    November 6, 2020

    It's got a nice aerodynamic design.

  • Yuusuke 3rd channel
    November 6, 2020

    That light design … beautiful

  • Poor Keyboard Racer
    November 6, 2020

    was i the only one to think Han's RX-7 in Tokyo Drift was a NSX before i knew it was an RX-7?

  • Joseph Morris
    November 6, 2020

    I would never leave a r34 under another car. Lol

  • I used to always race this car in Gran Turismo on the original PlayStation, against my Dad…and I would always beat him…😁😂🤣😆

  • DDrummer
    November 6, 2020

    I love how he always begins with the video…. "Thhhhhhhhhisss"

  • Brick Top
    November 6, 2020

    The answer is simple : It's a f**g good car and rare.

  • E M
    November 6, 2020

    They haven’t shot up in value they just been over hyped for the sakes of making money. Those who seek cashing out easy $ from the car industry at all cost are the same people ruining the industry at the same time.

  • K9mann
    November 6, 2020

    Trailblazer?! SAAB made cars to look like fighter jets well ahead of this beautiful car.

  • Alex Llg
    November 6, 2020

    One name ayrton senna developed this car with honda

  • Michael Nelson
    November 6, 2020

    Mr2 is quicker

  • Ian Davidson
    November 6, 2020

    That colour is stunning! Looks like it's been lowered?

  • Steve's Rover
    November 6, 2020

    I love watching Doug’s videos with my son. When it gets to the Doug Score, we end up shouting at the iPad to see who can guess his score!

  • harvey sherman
    November 6, 2020

    Doug missed a storage compartment in the console. It's underneath the two compartments you opened, Doug. In the US it would be a '93 model. They had 15" wheels in front, 16" in back. In '94 Honda delivered them with 7 spoke wheels, 16" in front, 17" in back. The 3.0 was a 270hp, the automatic 250hp. The T-Top started in 1995. In '97 Honda delivered them with a 3.2 290Hp motor. A low torque, high revving motor, they are kind of slow to get going. I thought the transmission was terrible, long throw and vague. A lowly T-5 is much better. The clutch was good but only lasted 100K miles if you babied it. $2500 to $3000 to replace it. I had a 1996 for 18 years and 100K miles. Kind of a boring driver except it did corner well. It does have driver aids – traction control, electronic power steering made it feel like an Accord. I didn't like that. They are reliable, bullet proof, but I never warmed up to it even though I had one for so long. It didn't seem to have any soul. It was just a big mid-engine Honda. I kept it because it was a good car that served me well. Traded it for an Aston Martin, a much better car but to be fair also $20K more money and 17 years newer technology. Like the abused one Doug managed to trash even more. I have friends with 90K miles on their Astons that didn't have the trouble with them Doug did with his, but they don't have a blog to run so they take care fo their cars. If Doug's Aston didn't fail who would watch his channel?

  • NewShockerGuy
    November 6, 2020

    Still one of the sexiest cars to date. EDIT: 12:10 why does Doug say inside the NEW NSX??! lol

  • Tyler P
    November 6, 2020

    Why does he always leave out the fact that the legendary Ayrton Senna helped with the design of this car?

  • Daniel Staggers
    November 6, 2020

    The later years Chrysler Prowler, the early 70's Ford Pantera, and the Honda NXS's were always my favorite all time cars. All of these cars put weight to hp. ratios on their heads and were true Supercars before the term was invented. You could add the Lambo Contach and Dodge Viper to that list. Anyway, ironically, two of them ran V-6's. Than, what most people would call a mid-life crisis, I could afford one and and went out to buy one. Scratch the Lambo, I'm 6'3 and couldn't fit into the car. (major bummer) Viper was too rough. In those days they didn't even have side windows. Pantera, which was first on my list (mid-engine, all aluminum, 351 Cleveland 5-speed manual) and I found a really nice blue example. But it looked so dated, So bad I didn't want to be seen in it. Ditto and most surprising was a red late 80's NXS. This was going to be it and it only had 9,000 miles on it. But, like the Pantera it looked too dated. Really dated. The NSX shocked me. It looked like a fancy Pontiac Fiero GT (which isn't a bad thing) sitting there. So, since the Prowler was supposed to look dated to begin with, I bought an 02 with only 7,000 miles on it and I couldn't be happier. I liked the Prowler so much, I added 15 thousand in chrome on it. She's a real beauty. But the NSX was a beautiful car and broke the V-6 Supercar barrier. But, dated, even this one. It looks like Tom Sellek's old Ferrari on Magnum PI only in white. (which most of you never heard of because of your young age.) And that's an old Ferrari folks. And yeah, Honda was trying to compete with Ferrari because they were copying them.

  • Dominic Fong
    November 6, 2020

    This one is going up in value because the current NSX is a piece of crap.

  • nanacrammin
    November 6, 2020

    I bid 5

  • C B
    November 6, 2020

    Is that an r33 lm in the background?

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