Following the end of the 1995 model year, The Acura Legend coupe disappeared from Acura's line-up when the sedan version was renamed the Acura RL. The coupe was replaced by the Acura CL for the 1996 model year, following Acura's transition to alphanumeric naming of all of its vehicles except for the Integra, which continued until the 2001 model year. The CL initially was offered with a 2.2 L straight-4 engine, which was later bumped up to 2.3 L and finally a 3.0 L J30 V6. At that time, interior choices were either cloth or leather. CL stands for "Contemporary Luxury". ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura CL"
The Acura CSX is an Acura version of the 2006 Honda Civic which will replace the Acura EL. It is basically a loaded Civic EX sedan with more features but at a higher price. It is only available in Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura CSX"
Acura EL was a small family sedan by Honda based on the extremely popular Civic sedan, and was available only in Canada. The 1.6 EL was introduced in 1997 as a sportier luxury version of the Civic. It was re-designated the 1.7 EL in 2001 to correspond with the redesigned Civic. In addition to the slightly more powerful 1.7L 4 cylinder SOHC VTEC engine, it also featured a complete leather interior and distinctive headlights and taillights design. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura EL"
:This article is about the United States-market Honda Integra. For more information, see that article. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura Integra"
The Acura Legend, badged as Honda Legend outside the U.S., Canada, Mexico and parts of China, was a sporty luxury vehicle sold by Honda from 1986 to 1995 as both a sedan and coupe. It was one of the first handful of vehicles sold under the Acura nameplate, and the first coupe' to be badged as an Acura. The Legend's position in the lineup as Acura's top-spec sedan was taken over by the RL which has continued to be sold as the Legend in Japan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura Legend"
The Acura MDX ( Honda MDX in Japan and Australia) is a mid-size SUV built by Honda of Canada Manufacturing Ltd. in Alliston, Ontario, Canada. It was introduced in late 2000 as a 2001 model. In 2003, the MDX went on sale in Japan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura MDX"
The RD-X is a concept car and crossover SUV by Honda produced under the Acura brand. It debuted at the 2005 North American International Auto Show. Autoblog (as cited in "References") expects Honda to offer to the United States public a very similar vehicle by the beginning of 2006, which will likely be released as the Acura RDX. The RD-X is shorter than the contemporary MDX by less than one foot . ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura RD-X" Inform your friends about shortopedia shortopedia
The Acura RDX is a production crossover SUV based on a concept car, the Acura RD-X, that is expected to be released in 2006. While few details are known, Acura says that the RDX will have the RL's SH-AWD (Super Handling All Wheel Drive). The RDX will have a turbo-charged 4 cylinder engine, the first for Acura. The RDX will be released sometime during the summer of 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura RDX"
The Acura RL is the top-of-the-line sedan in the range of Honda's North American luxury brand Acura. It replaced the Acura Legend in 1996. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura RL"
The Acura RSX is a car marketed by Acura in the United States and Canada as the replacement for the Acura Integra. It is available in two trims: base and Type-S. It is sold as the Honda Integra in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura RSX"
The Acura SLX was a lightly upgraded Isuzu Trooper sold by Acura as a luxury sport utility vehicle beginning in 1996. It is only sold in the US. The SLX sold poorly and was discontinued after 1999. One reason that it sold poorly was that it would tip up on two wheels in fast turning conditions where Consumer Reports tested in the 1998 Full-Size SUV comparison. The SLX was later replaced by the Honda Accord-based MDX in 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura SLX"
The Acura TL is a midsize entry-level luxury car from Honda's near-luxury Acura marque. It was introduced in 1996 to supplant the Acura Vigor and was a badge engineered Japan-market Honda Inspire sedan until the third-generation version. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura TL"
The Acura TSX is a mid-size near luxury car manufactured by Honda and sold in North America under the Acura brand name. It fills the gap in the Acura lineup since the cancellation of the Acura Integra sedan in 2001. The TSX is badge engineered from the CL-series Honda Accord sold in Europe and Japan. However, the TSX had a restyled interior and different suspension tuning when it was introduced. The interior is now standardized for all three markets. As of 2006, the TSX is the smallest sedan in the Acura model line, other than the CSX sold only in Canada. Prices for the TSX range from roughly US$27,000 to US$30,000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura TSX"
The Acura Vigor was a mid-sized sedan sold by Acura from 1992 to 1995. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acura Vigor"
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