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2017 Acura NSX orders begin, online configurator powers up

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The 2017 Acura NSX is almost here, now that Acura has announced the start of customer orders and the availability of its online configurator. Pricing for the 2017 NSX starts at $157,800 after you add in the $1,800 destination fee.

Starting with the exterior, there are eight colors that buyers can choose from, which also range in pricing from the standard Curva Red or 130R White to the Casino White Pearl ($700) and Valencia Red Pearl ($6,000). Inside there are four color options: Red, Orchid, Saddle and Ebony.

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Once you decide the color combinations you want, there are three factory packages to add on as well. The Carbon Fiber Exterior Sport Package ($9,000) adds competition-inspired exterior enhancements with the addition of a carbon fiber front spoiler, carbon fiber side sills, carbon fiber rear diffuser, plus dark chrome exhaust finisher. The Carbon Fiber Interior Sport Package ($2,900) adds a hand-wrapped carbon fiber meter visor and carbon fiber steering wheel garnish, plus aluminum sport pedals and footrest. Lastly the Technology Package ($2,800) integrates Acura's ELS Studio Audio System, next-generation AcuraLink, Acura Satellite-Linked Navigation System with Voice Recognition and HD Digital Traffic, and front and rear parking sensors, and is available with SiriusXM Radio.

"The launch of the next-generation NSX configurator not only turns up the Acura NSX excitement another notch, but takes us one step closer to delivering the NSX to our first customers," said Jon Ikeda, vice president and general manager of Acura. "Customers and fans alike have been waiting for this moment, and now they are able to build the incredible new Acura NSX of their dreams."

Source: Acura

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