Acura has announced that the all-new NSX will be produced at Honda’s new Performance Manufacturing Center in Ohio.
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To creatively paraphrase NSX chief engineer Ted Klaus, the upcoming Acura supercar will be like a Nissan GT-R, but built for drivers. Exactly what does that mean? In essence it will deliver truly world-class performance without an ultra-exotic price tag. It also will maintain the brand’s core man-machine synergy principle.
Hoping to boost sales, Acura has revealed its 2014 model year ILX adding a host of new standard features to provide more content and value for its entry-level sedan.
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Those hoping that Acura will produce an ILX coupe variant may be in for some disappointment.
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Signing on as the Partnering Sponsor for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Honda will run an unprecedented 10 models at this year’s race in numerous categories.
For the first time in Acura’s storied history, the Japanese automaker has unveiled an all-new concept vehicle outside of North America.
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Honda is issuing out a recall for its 2012-2013 CR-V and Odyssey models, along with the 2013 Acura RDX for a brake shift interlock issue.
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Acura is looking to bolster its crossover lineup in the near future, teasing a new concept model ahead of its world premiere at the Auto Shanghai show in China on April 20th.
Last year, Cody Loveland and LoveFab unveiled an Acura NSX that competed in the 2012 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb proving that you can teach an old car new tricks.
Acura just announced pricing for the 2014 RDX crossover, which will start from $35,415 including delivery.
Before it ever hits the street, the Acura NSX will be competing for trophies on the race track, starting next year in Japan.
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It may not look it at first, but the Acura MDX is all new for 2014.
Acura’s been hard at work in the kitchen, cooking up a new flagship sedan in the form of the RLX, but the luxury brand’s ever-popular MDX crossover has been redone practically from scratch. The chefs in the company’s engineering department just took the freshly prepared 2014 model out of the oven in Manhattan.
Acura will reveal its brand-new 2014 MDX at the New York International Auto Show this afternoon, but a photo of the luxury crossover has leaked onto the internet well ahead of its big unveiling.
Acura TSX owners in snowy states beware, the brand is recalling almost 93,000 units in North America because of a flaw that could lead to a damaged electronic control unit (ECU).
A flaw with Acura’s TSX ranging from model years 2004 to 2008 is causing a recall in Canada and could reach the U.S.
As AutoGuide first reported last month, Acura will debt the all-new 2014 MDX luxury crossover at the New York Auto Show next week.
Honda has made clear its intentions to take the NSX racing, both in its home country of Japan, and America, and with the announcement of a new technical partnership today that becomes a step closer to reality.
Honda has announced a recall of roughly 250,000 vehicles globally for an electronics glitch that could cause the brakes to be applied even when the the pedal has not been pressed.