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Old 22 Aug 2008, 06:46 pm
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Default Is the 2nd generation Acura RSX truly quieter than the 1st?

I read somewhere that the engineers intended the 2005 & 2006 models to be quieter on the road than the earlier models. Does anyone know about this or have personal experience? Any other personal thoughts about whether I should focus on the earlier or later generations will be appreciated!
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Old 22 Aug 2008, 07:16 pm
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