Acura RSX Models and RSX History

Replacing the popular Integra coupe, the Acura RSX was a premium, sporty two-door. Introduced in 2002, the Acura RSX proved immediately popular with performance driving fans with the presence a 160-horsepower i-VTEC four-cylinder engine and a Type S model pumping out 200 horsepower. The 2003 Acura RSX Type S model was fitted with a six-speed manual transmission that allowed the coupe to accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 6.2 seconds. Along with impressive driving characteristics, the Acura RSX would be equipped for comfort. Leather seating, sunroof, automatic climate control and aluminum wheels were available on the Acura RSX. In 2005, the Acura RSX Type S offered 10 addition horsepower equating to slightly faster acceleration. While popular, Acura decided that the RSX coupe did not fit their premium product line-up and the brand dropped the vehicle after the 2006 model year.

New and Used RSX Prices, Acura RSX Model Years and History

A two-door premium sports coupe, the 2006 Acura RSX is available with a manual or automatic transmission and seating for up to five passengers.
A premium two-door sporty coupe, the 2005 Acura RSX seats four-passengers and is offered in a standard 160 hp version or the more powerful 210 hp Type-S.
A sporty two-door coupe with seating for four passengers, the 2004 Acura RSX comes standard with a 160 hp four-cylinder engine while the Type-S version pushes that to 200 hp.
The 2003 Acura RSX is a sporty hatchback that has room for four passengers and is available with a manual or an automatic transmission.
A new premium sports coupe with seating for four, the 2002 Acura RSX is available with a manual or automatic transmission and is rated at over 30 mpg on the highway.