1999 Honda NSX Review Ratings
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1999 Honda NSX Review
Great car to drive and have.
Need to be awake when you're at the wheel.
Very Well Put Together, If You're Into Speed. Must Have. — Very stylish, Looks great, A little under power, Great handling, When on high speed at corners hold on tight or it'll steer itself. But it will cost you a pretty penny, on the other hand, the car is a very nice car.
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
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