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debuted in 2002 as the replacement for the insanely popular Acura
Integra. Designed to appeal both to the youth market and for a more
refined buyer, the RSX delivered both great performance and luxuriant
amenities at a tag price that was definitely reasonable. Its naturally
aspirated, VTEC engine and the fact that it could be infinitely upgraded
made the RSX a favorite among tuners and import enthusiasts everywhere.
As a result, there's no shortage of suppliers of tints, accessories and
aftermarket parts for the Acura RSX. At Rvinyl, we've taken the
hard-work out of finding and buying the right accessories out of the
equation and assembled them all in one place for you. Browse our
selection of dash kits, head, tail and window tints, vinyl wraps,
graphics, and more and get the look you want for prices too good to
Whether you've got a Type-S or the base model, the RSX was designed to
drive even if it is a beauty to behold. The RSX delivers quick
acceleration, with sharp steering and accurate handling and the
suspension feels taught and well-tuned. Acceleration is brisk in the RSX, darn quick in the Type-S. All the controls work well, with solid brakes, accurate and sharp steering, and predictable handling.
The suspension settings create a car that feels sharp and finely honed. While it is more compliant, the ride is still stiff.
The engines in both RSX models are very sophisticated using Honda's
i-VTEC technology, which combines a cam-phasing valve timing (VTC for
variable timing control) with VTEC, which actually changes the valve
It almost goes without saying that the interior of the RSX is
driver-centered, so much so that the center of the dashboard tilts
ever-so-slightly toward the driver. Although you'd be hard pressed to
call its interior trim luxurious, Instead, the textures and materials
are pleasing to the eye and to the touch. Chrome and satin titanium
accents add touches of sophistication and style. Its auto climate
controls are ergonomically designed and exude simplicity: three large
rotary dials let you easily and accurately control the heating and
cooling of your interior. The thick, tri-spoke steering wheel is the
perfect frame for your black-numbered gauges that glow red at night. Of
course, the tachometer and speedometer dominate the cluster with the
temp and fuel gauges playing supporting roles. As with any coupe of this
size, the rear seat is nothing more than an after thought and isn't fit
for anything larger than a toddler or big dog. Instead of trying to fit
anything living in the back, a better idea would be to fold down the
seats to get even more storage under the hatch.
The Acura RSX was designed with a classic wedged, fastback form with a
snub nose, corner mounted wheels and a sweeping profile that starts low
and ends high at the tail. Because the RSX served as a bridge between
Acura's former, JDM tuner marque and it's transformation into a
performance and luxury brand, the RSX offers the best of both. It was
more aggressively style than other Acura models with a wide radiator
opening and a dramatic five-point grille. Its headlights featured
blocked out trim around the reflectors and are some of the most commonly
upgraded parts on the vehicle. Its stock taillights have an embossed
look and the rear bumper has a more sporty, athletic appearance.
Overall, the RSX is a study in simplicity of design and cleanliness of
Whichever RSX you have, you should know that you're in possession
of a legend. Be sure to treat it that way and upgrade, protect and
customize it today with premium tints and accessories from Rvinyl!