The Final Model Year of the First Generation NSX

This Acura NSX-T is one of only 248 produced in 2005, which was final model year of the first generation. This low-mileage NSX has two previous owners and has records show that it has been well-maintained throughout its life.

The NSX was an automotive first for Honda, and for the supercar market as a whole. Many know it as the first practical supercar. It was designed to compete with the Ferraris and Lamborghinis of the world, but was practical and comfortable enough to be driven every day. 

Like every NSX that came before, this one is mid-engined and its body is constructed of lightweight aluminum. While the NSX wasn’t known as a particularly fast car, its race-car inspired suspension and precise shifting make it a thrill to drive, especially on those long winding roads. 

Owning a 2005 NSX is like getting the best of the very first. Here, you have all of the innovation that happened over a 15-year period at your command - not to mention a more powerful 3.2-liter engine, capable of churning out an estimated 290 horsepower. It’s a car that retains the iconic feel and simplicity of the very first NSX, yet it has just enough modern luxuries to satisfy today’s driver.

The market for the NSX-T (2002 to 2005) has been strong. If you're interested in exploring further, below you can see related sales from the leading auction houses in the last 5 years.



  • Less than 5,000 miles
  • Two previous owners
  • 3.2L DOHC VTEC V6
  • 24-Valve mid-mounted engine
  • 6-speed manual gearbox
  • Double-wishbone suspension
  • Ventilated 4-wheel disc brakes
  • 4-channel ABS
  • Traction control system
  • Removable Targa roof
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 17” forged aluminum alloy wheels
  • Bridgestone Potenza performance tires
  • All-aluminum body
  • Black leather interior
  • Leather-trimmed steering wheel and shifter
  • Climate control
  • Cruise control
  • Power windows, locks and heated mirrors
  • Bose premium sound system

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