Evaluation: Represented with just 9823 miles and presents like a new car. One of 197 built in 2004, the original NSX’s second-to-last model year, as sales of Honda’s mid-engined wonder were winding way down.
Bottom Line: The NSX showed the world that you could daily drive a supercar and not break the bank every time it needed a service. NSXs never really got cheap so there are plenty of well-kept ones out there, but this one is still in impressive condition. And as collector attention has turned toward late model analog exotics, demand for original NSXs has only grown. This one sold here five years ago with 8950 miles on the clock for $104,500. That was top dollar and appropriate for it in 2017, and $165,000 is top dollar and appropriate for it in 2022.