Acura 'Gears Up' to Take NSX Racing

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.

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Honda, Acura Recalling 250,000 Vehicles for Self-Braking Glitch

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.

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Lexus Named Top Luxury Brand for Dealer Satisfaction

For the fifth consecutive year, Lexus is ranked the highest amongst luxury brands on the J.D. Power and Associates Customer Survey Index (CSI) for customer satisfaction with dealer service.

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February 2013 Auto Sales: GM, Ford Lead as Industry Reports 4% Percent Growth

Today is the 1st of March and that only means one thing… February is rapidly fading into the rear-view mirror. How well did automakers fare in the second month of the year?  Here’s a look at some of the big sales stories from the last 28 days.

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Acura Gets $1 Billion Investment From Honda to Get Its Groove Back

After a near-death experience at Acura four years ago, Honda is now putting $1 billion into the brand, in order to make more appealing products for U.S. customers.

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2014 Acura MDX to Bow at New York Auto Show

After showcasing a prototype at the Detroit Auto Show, Acura is planning to reveal the production version of the 2014 MDX at the New York Auto Show at the end of next month, AutoGuide has learned.

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Acura Won't Compete in Small Crossover Segment: Exec

With luxury rivals Buick,  Mercedes and Audi all readying sub-compact utility vehicles, Acura is content with its current crossover lineup.

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Acura ILX Won't Get Early Refresh Says Exec

With disappointing sales, the Acura ILX will not join the Honda Civic in getting an early refresh.

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Mazda, Lexus Top KBB 2013 Cost-to-Own Awards

Each year, Kelly Blue Book awards automakers with the five-year cost to own awards, and for 2013, Mazda and Lexus take top honors. 

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European Honda Accord to Live on: Brand Boss Says

Honda’s European Accord, better known in the U.S. as the Acura TSX, is under development.

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2014 Acura MDX Prototype Video, First Look: 2013 Detroit Auto Show

It might not be a dramatic departure from the current Acura MDX, but there is plenty new about this prototype.

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2014 Acura RLX to Start at $48,450

Acura’s flagship RLX will hit dealers on March 15 of this year, and the brand has just released the pricing structure for the car, which will have a base MSRP of $48,450, excluding a delivery fee of $895.

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2014 Acura MDX Prototype Gets New V6, Jewel Eye Lights: 2013 Detroit Auto Show

Wearing the same “Jewel Eye” headlights as the new RLX, Acura unveiled its next-generation 2014 MDX SUV in prototype form today at the Detroit Auto Show.

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Acura NSX Production Model Rumored for Detroit Auto Show Debut

Despite previously confirming that Acura would not unveil its production model NSX at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, a photo on the Internet is raising speculation that that might not be the case.

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Acura ILX to Be Tweaked for Better Value

Disappointing sales are pushing Acura to rethink its entry-level ILX sedan with the goal of shedding its “near luxury” image.

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