Among Car and Driver Magazine's Top 10 Best list for 2002 and 2003, the RSX is considered more luxurious than the Integra. Background, features, pricing, and specifications for the Acura RSX and RSX-S coupes.
Acura, a division of the Japanese Honda Motor Vehicle Company, specializes in affordable yet luxurious sedans and coupes. The RSX is Acura's replacement for the Integra coupe; however, the RSX is still sold as the Integra in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. The RSX was Acura's first effort to create a more upscale product, and as a result, the RSX is much more luxurious than the Integra. The base RSX has the K20A3 160 horsepower engine and is offered with either automatic or five-speed manual transmission. The Type-S has a 210 horsepower engine, and a short-throw 6 speed manual transmission. The RSX was on Car and Driver magazine's 10 Best list for 2002 and 2003.
The 2006 Acura RSX starts at just over $20,000.
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