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Acura RSX

The Acura RSX is the Japanese automaker Honda's entry level sport coupe and took over the role of the Acura Integra in the U.S. Market when it was introduced in 2002 and sold as the fifth generation Integra until it was discontinued in 2006. The top of the line Acura RSX Type-S was powered by a 2.0 Liter VTEC equipped four cylinder engine that made as much as 210 HP and was connected to a six speed manual transmission which was good for a 0 to 60 MPH time of 6.2 seconds and a top speed of 140 MPH.

2006 Acura RSX

2006 Acura RSX
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Acura RSX

The Acura RSX was the replacement for the Acura-badged version of the Integra, marketed by Honda Motor Corporation in North America and Hong-Kong. In Japan, Australia, New Zeeland, and elsewhere, this vehicle is still sold as the Honda Integra. In North America, it is available as base and Type-S trim levels, while in Japan and Oceania the Integra IS/Integra Type-S and Type R versions are sold. More confusingly, the Type-R sold in Oceania is very similar to the Type-S sold in North America, and in Hong-Kong, Singapore, and other places, only the base version is available.

 

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2006 Acura RSX

2006 Acura RSX

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2002 Acura RSX

2002 Acura RSX