Used Acura NSX Engines For Sale

Produced from 1990 to 2005, the Acura NSX came with one of two engines: The Honda C30A V6 (which was one of the first to utilize the Honda VTec vvt system) or the Honda C32B V6. Both engines were used in each generation of NSX with the C32B being used with the 6 speed transmission in particular. Given their history of reliability, it’s not often that you are going to have to replace your engine, but if that time ever comes, it can be a pricey endeavor. Especially with the NSX.

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Acura NSX C30A V6 Specs:

Size: 3.0 Liter
Horsepower: 270 bhp
Torque: 210 lb·ft 

Acura NSX C32B V6 Specs:

Size: 3.2 Liter
Horsepower: 290 bhp
Torque: 224 lb·ft 

As mentioned before, Acura NSX Engines are extremely reliable, and if taken care of properly, will last a long time. That being said, it’s going to be tough to find many used engines or parts for sale. Thats where we come in!

Why Buy Used?

Being a world class sports car, Acura NSX engines do not come cheap. It’s commonplace to find them costing anywhere from 6k to 10k. That being said, Honda stopped production of the car in 2005,  so finding an affordable engine with a desirable mileage can prove to be fairly difficult as well. In fact, the cars are so reliable, there isn’t a large quantity of used Acura NSX engines out there. So where and how do you find them?

The Pro Auto USA Advantage

When you shop with Pro Auto USA, you aren’t really shopping at all. We know your time is valuable, so we want you to leave the part searching up to us! Simply provide us with a little information about your car, then you can just sit back while we reach out to our network of used parts providers to find you the most reliable used parts at unbeatable prices. Within minutes, you will receive an email from qualified used parts vendors with competitive prices for your specific engine or part. You then select your price, and viola! You are done!

For more information on Acura NSX Engines and it’s used parts, check out Consumer Guides review of owning a used Acura NSX, as well as Wikipedia’s page on the engines.