<!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from USRACING</i> <b><!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from WAY2FAST4YOU</i> <b>Can any of you take a car to 60 in 4 seconds? the answer is no, guess why, because your not pro drivers. AND nsx is a better car why? QUALITY, CARE and SUPERB ENGENEERING. R%CE FOR LIFE... how can you even compare a super car like NSX to an average, every day CORVETTE? the answer is well, you cant... </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE --> I dont know what the hell you are talking about. It takes tne NSX a full five seconds to reach 60 and the vette can do it in just over 4. Next, the NSX design has remained basiclly the same since its intoduction. So if 10 year old designs are superb to you then you must not own a very good car. Also, whats with this care shit? The amount of care depends on the driver that owns it. At least the Corvette lasts long enough to be covered by a warranty by GM. Oh yeah, I dont really give a shit if NSX's are hand built or not. The Vette is made in an automated assembly line and can still outpreform that mother. If I was going to drop 90k on a sports car then I would much rather spend it on a Viper or a Porche 911. The NSX only has 276hp anyway. </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE --> Actually the NSX-S-zero, the fastest stock NSX available/in Japan only (We only get the slowest ver., the NSX-T, here in the U.S.), can do 0-60 in 4.5 sec. The Z06, fastest stock Vette up to date, can do it in 4.2, depending on how consistently good the driver is, but I've NEVER heard anyone do it in 4.0 or less. AWould you provide actual test data from a reputable tester? I'd like to see that in writing so to speak. Also the NSX-S zero can pull off a 12.4 sec in the 1/4 mile. On the avg. it can do 12.8 to 12.9, gain depending on the driver's launching technique and skills. I saw this 12.4 sec. achieved in BestMotoring Video Jan 02 issue, and sorry I don't have this clip to put up for everyone to see. Maybe some NSX fan will put this one up soon... The warranty offered by GM is really short. 3 years/36,000 and after that you are on your own. The American Honda guys (representing Acura of America) offer 4/48,000 and you can extend that to 7 years/100,000 if you pay a little bit more for the extended warranty. And should there be any problems that American Honda considers factory defect and break down prematurely, they will replace it for free. No customer care stuff comes in handy when you really need it (and you will, if you own that car), because if the factory that built your car don't honor it, then you gotta pay for their mistakes If you don't know (or even care) about built quality between assembly-line work and hand crafted work, then you are not refined and classy (not to mention mature) enough to own a Porsche, too, not just the NSX, because the 911 is ALSO hand-built. So please, do yourself a favor, don't BUY the NSX, Porsche, Ferrari, and whatever exotics out there that are available. Save yourself a breath and stick to your Corvettes and Vipers. BTW the 97 and newer NSX has 290HP, NOT 276HP. That's how much the pre-97 nsx has.