The other day Acura teased its upcoming 2016 ILX sedan by releasing a darkened photo of the car. It revealed next to nothing, but fortunately we can do much better than that; we’ve got an entire gallery of spy photos.
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The Acura ILX is getting a refresh that will debut at this year’s LA Auto Show.
The newest Acura model is already being recalled.
Do you own an Acura RLX sedan or an MDX crossover? If so you may want to be on the lookout for a notification from Honda. The company is recalling some 43,000 of these vehicles to fix potentially defective seat belts.
It’s no secret Honda’s Acura division is struggling. For years they’ve had difficulty gaining real traction in the market and 2014 is no different, with year-over-year deliveries falling 1 percent through September. But this slippery situation could change if they borrow a strategy from one of their rivals.
The Tesla Model S might be a popular car among some enthusiasts, but apparently it’s not all that “hot.”
Entry-level luxury sedan shoppers were glued to AutoGuide.com‘s YouTube channel this past week.
For the second straight week, car shoppers are intrigued by the all-new Acura TLX.
The Acura RLX Hybrid still isn’t up to the Japanese automaker’s expectations.
Vehicle Overview The 2004 model year saw the introduction of an unofficial third-generation Acura TL. Although this was the first time just the TL moniker was used on an Acura model, two previous generations of mid-size luxury sedans used the letters TL after a set of numbers designating the engine.
Can the Acura TLX truly replace two models? This week’s AutoGuide.com most watched videos hopes to answer that question with a review of the 2015 Acura TLX while crossover shoppers will want to check out our comparison video on the 2014 Ford Escape vs. the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. Lastly, automotive enthusiasts continue to…
The 2015 North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year long list has been announced.
It’s that time of the month again, folks. For a collectively painful but short period of time, manufacturers are putting their usual press release repertoire to the side, instead focusing on what really matters: the almighty dollar.
The Acura TLX GT race car will finally make its debut this weekend.
We’re piloting two new luxury cars and a fleet of fuel friendly family sedans this week. Which one are you most interested in?
Through social media, some stories have a life of their own. AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+. This past week, AutoGuide.com‘s spy photographers caught the 2016 Acura NSX at the Nurburgring and then shortly after, the hybrid prototype burnt to the ground. Our five-point inspection on the 2014 Lamborghini…
The results for this year’s J.D. Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) study are in with every luxury automaker scoring above the industry average.
Something went horribly wrong when Acura took the new NSX out for testing on the Nurburgring.
New spy photos rolled in today showing a car we have been waiting on for quite some time, the all-new 2016 Acura NSX.
The Acura MDX is now America’s best-selling three-row luxury SUV of all time.
Acura is calling back 14,708 ILX models over an issue with the headlights.
When the Acura TLX hits dealer this August, it will do so with a base price of $31,890.
Honda has announced that it’ll be heading to this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with a total of six cars.
When the 2015 ILX starts arriving in showrooms tomorrow, there will be one model of the original three missing.