Buy, Sell or Value a 2022 Honda NSX

Buy, Sell or Value a 2022 Honda NSX

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The 2022 Honda NSX came in the following variants and we’ve recorded 5 prices that people paid when buying new. The biggest discount achieved in 2022 on a new Honda NSX was about $13,756 or 3.08% off. If you’re trying to sell and would like to calculate the market value of a 2022 Honda NSX today, simply submit a free valuation request.

Honda NSX PREMIUM (HYBRID) Price Australia


  • 2 Seat 2 Door Coupe
  • All Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • 9 Speed Auto Dual Clutch
  • 6 cylinder 3.5L Turbo Hybrid
  • RRP on-road $420,000
  • Typical Discount $13,531 or 3.03%
  • Average Paid 432,788

Honda NSX Specifications

  • Honda NSX Details

    Price 420,000
    Body Style Coupe
    Release Date From November 2016 to November 2019
    Drive Type AWD
    VIN Plate Location Pass Side Rear FloorPan
    Compliance Plate Location Underbonnet LHS Front Panel
    Country of Origin UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    Safety ANCAP Rating Ranges from 0.00 to 9.00
    Number of Doors 2
    Seating Capacity 2
  • Honda NSX Features

    • Colors
      Available in
      •   Curva Red
      •   Berlina Black
      •   130R White
      •   Indy Yellow
      •   Thermal Orange
      •   Source Silver
      •   Casino White
      •   Valencia Red
      •   Nouvelle Blue
  • Honda NSX Engine Specifications

    Size 3494 (3.5L)
    Power 373kW @ 6500rpm
    Torque 550Nm @ 2000rpm
    Cylinders 6
    Number of Valves 24
    Compression Ratio -
    Bore/stroke 0.00x0.00
  • Honda NSX Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic
    Drive Type AWD
    Turning Circle -
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 245/35 ZR19 - 8.5Jx19
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 305/30 ZR20 - 11Jx20
    Front Suspension Type DWB / Ind
    Rear Suspension Type MLS
  • Honda NSX Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Hybrid / Petrol
    Fuel Tank Capacity 58.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) 4.9L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) 9.7L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Honda NSX Dimensions

    Length 4,486mm
    Width 58mm
    Height 1,215mm
    Wheelbase 2,630mm
    Front Track 1,657mm
    Rear Track 1,617mm
    Ground Clearance 107mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass -
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Honda NSX Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity -
    Unbraked Towing Capacity -

PMC Says...

8.4 / 10
Honda NSX
In the motoring world, few cars can claim to hold a candle to the infamous Honda NSX. It’s the stuff of dreams for just about anyone who has followed supercars or ever wanted to tear around a racetrack. But whilst the last generation of the NSX was impressively fast, it didn’t necessarily equal its peers for pure power. Say no more however, as this new version is an absolute ripsnorter. Loaded with a 3.5L V6 motor, two turbos and three electric engines, this behemoth spits out 427kW. That would be enough to launch even the biggest of cars, but in this case, we’re talking about a sleek, low-profile gem that is gorgeous to look at. One glance at that reclining profile should be enough to set your heart beating, before you’ve even put your foot down. It’s without exaggeration that the quality of materials inside the cabin is of the highest distinction, you’re never left wanting more. Of course, the Honda NSX isn’t cheap by any means but as far as supercars go, everything feels in harmony. The level of grip, accuracy in steering, efficiency while braking, and raw power is transcending.

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Honda NSX FAQs


8.1 / 10

It has been almost three years since we drove the Honda NSX at its international launch, and what a crazy time it has been in the supercar world. That's because while Honda’s supercar has remained relatively unchanged, the market has moved in massive leaps and bounds. The 2019 Honda NSX (New Sports eXperience) is a $420,000 proposition powered by a 3.5-litre...

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8.8 / 10

In one of the most drawn-out vehicle launches ever, Honda’s all-new NSX has arrived Down Under -- four years after its debut at the 2013 Detroit motor show and 12 years after the original NSX was last available here (January 2005). Don’t get excited about seeing an NSX any time soon though, because just three examples have been delivered locally and only one...

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7.6 / 10

It was the best part of 30 years ago, yet the conversation remains vivid. A fellow motoring hack was gushing about the Honda’s NSX, fresh from steering the new, everyday driveable supercar. “It’s like a Civic in traffic, but it’ll blow your mind once you get on it.” And that’s pretty much how I read it, too. The difference being that some weeks prior I’d dri...

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9 / 10

The 2017 Honda NSX is without doubt one of the greatest supercars ever made. This is a car that provides a dynamic ability and scalability unlike anything in its price bracket, but, at a staggering $420,000 (plus on road costs), this Japanese supercar is in uncharted territory. The original Honda NSX, which stood for New Sports Experimental, was the first ma...

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The Honda NSX is an under-appreciated car. You could argue it’s always been thus. The original might have revolutionised the supercar segment with its ease of use, but when you’re trying to sell a supercar, sensible ain’t sexy. It’s a legacy that’s carried over to the new NSX, of which just nine examples have been sold in Australia since its 2017 introductio...

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