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Acura Reviews

The NSX Is Back, And This Time It's American

Acura's supercar is heavy, complicated, and expensive. Heresy? The way this car does fast, we're not sure we care.

Better Than Its Sales Would Suggest

Acura gives the RDX crossover a number of thoughtful updates for 2016. Are they enough to make the slow-selling CUV appeal to a wider range of consumers? We spend a week with one to find out.

Luxury Sedans, Off-Road Specialists, Hybrid Crossovers And More

This week, the Autoblog staff has been driving fullsize sedans, HD trucks, hybrid crossovers and off-road specialists. Here are some thoughts on them.

An Underdog No More

What's an aspiring Japanese automaker to do in 2015's golden age of affordable luxury? If you're Acura, you scramble to release a mid-cycle upgrade to elevate the status of your 2016 ILX sedan.

Splitting The Difference Makes The Difference

Immediately after landing at Washington's Dulles airport, an Acura representative handed me the keys to a 2014 TSX with fewer than 180 miles on its clock. The four-cylinder engine started and I pointed its signature beak towards a destination in Middleburg, VA. It was a curious move by the Japanese automaker, especially considering that I had flown no less than 2,300 miles to drive the discontinued vehicle's ostensible successor, the all-new 2015 Acura TLX.

Acura's Best-Seller Aims For The Heart Of The Market

There are certain vehicles on sale today that are affected by what I call 'Camry Syndrome.' Named after Toyota's ubiquitous family hauler, Camry Syndrome affects a fair number of cars and trucks, many of which are exceedingly popular with consumers.

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2016 Acura ILX
MSRP: $27,900 - $27,900
2016 Acura MDX
MSRP: $43,015 - $45,015
2016 Acura RDX
MSRP: $35,370 - $36,870

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2012 Acura RDX
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2012 Acura RDX
$24,700 / 26,170 miles / CA
2014 Acura ILX
$21,588 / 22,946 miles / CA

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