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Honda NSX 3.0i V6 24V 1991

General description : La meilleure GT du monde ! Seulement 1559 en EUROPE !
La voiture de l'époque SENNA double champion du monde avec

Voiture francaise avec carnet d'entretien, révisée chez HONDA en 12/2014 avec distribution, embrayage en 2015.
Une Merveille.

1991 Honda NSX 3.0i V6 24V is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in 20 rue davoust 83250 toulon, France by COLLECTION PRIVÉE AUTOMOBILE for €90000.


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Car type : Car Make : Honda Model : NSX Model Version : 3.0i V6 24V Engine size : 3.0 Model Year : 1991 Sub type : Coupé Location : 20 rue davoust 83250 toulon, France Vehicle Registration : Undefined

90000 €

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About Honda
Today, we embark on a journey through the annals of automotive history, specifically the tale of Honda cars up to the end of the 1980s. It's a story of a company with an unwavering commitment to engineering excellence and an unassuming dedication to making motoring better.

Our journey begins with the Honda N360, a petite kei car that captured the essence of post-war Japan. It was tiny, simple, and perfect for navigating crowded city streets. Honda's first foray into the car world was unassuming, but it showed their dedication to practical, efficient transportation.

Next, we meet the Honda Civic, a car that needs no introduction. It arrived on the scene in the early '70s and set the tone for the decades to come. The Civic was compact, reliable, and efficient, a car that quietly won the hearts of drivers around the world.

Moving on to the Honda Accord, a model that embraced the virtues of practicality and reliability. It was a family car that you could count on. It didn't make a fuss; it simply got the job done.

Now, let's talk about the Honda CVCC, a car that addressed the environmental concerns of the 1970s. It introduced the CVCC engine, a groundbreaking technology that reduced emissions and paved the way for cleaner, more fuel-efficient engines.

The '80s ushered in the Honda Prelude, a sporty coupe that embodied the spirit of the era. It was a car that dared to be a bit different, a bit more stylish. The Prelude was a glimpse into Honda's ability to blend practicality with a touch of sportiness.

And of course, there's the Honda CRX, a compact and agile hatchback that enthusiasts loved. It was a car that put the 'fun' in 'functional.' With its lightweight design and peppy engines, it was a hoot to drive.

Lastly, we arrive at the Honda NSX, a supercar that changed the game. It was Honda's way of saying, 'We can do extraordinary too.' The NSX was a marvel of engineering, a mid-engine masterpiece that challenged the likes of Ferrari.

So, there you have it, the story of Honda up to the end of the 1980s. It's a story of cars that didn't shout or boast but quietly went about their business, providing efficient, reliable, and well-engineered solutions for everyday life.

And as we contemplate these humble yet innovative vehicles, we're reminded that sometimes, it's the understated, well-crafted things that leave the most lasting impressions. Quite splendid, really.