21st Jun 2017, 22:04

Considering that Honda didn't have a production-car V8, it's not surprising that they used a modified version of their V6 at the time. Their goal was to keep weight down on the car, and a high-revving six worked better toward that end, anyway.

22nd Jun 2017, 10:53

My boss had one back then and it was a daily driver when he bought it new. He then went to Porsche. Everybody seems to miss the mid engine design in these cars. And handling due to this. And they are being made again. He drove his on long trips as well. Few made low production cars are desirable. Same as a Viper with under 5000 a year made. If you fret over any costs, then one of these cars is not for you. Including new Corvettes. Or Ferraris etc; more super cars than a Mustang on a track. There's no comparison to a Mustang. Would you rather spend 60k on a new Mustang? Plenty of power for the 1/4 mile. On high top ends and on a race track I will leave you. Today my favorite is the Porsche 911. They are amazing in every area.

23rd Jun 2017, 19:41

That comment had more abrupt turns than the race track where you'd 'leave me'.

24th Jun 2017, 15:33

To clarify that comment, your presence would be only visible in my rear view mirrors. Leaving you... far behind in your Fox Body Mustang.

25th Jun 2017, 10:12

10:53 was covering the appeal of low production cars to buy or own.

26th Jun 2017, 03:23

How did you arrive at the conclusion that I must own a Mustang?

26th Jun 2017, 09:55

Maybe you don't, but someone brought up the comparison. Add what you drive. I am comparing to the 2017 911 Turbo 0-60 2.9 sec 198 mph non S model.

29th Jun 2017, 09:41

What do you drive?

30th Jun 2017, 10:46

With your comparisons to this review, what do you actually have to compare if not a Mustang or NSX?