Acura Make Overview
1997 Acura Integra Barely Accelerates From Stop. Why Won't It Rev Up When I...
1997 Acura Integra 1.8L Auto Trans, when accelerating from a stop, the engine will not rev up. With the pedal pushed nearly to the floor the car will vary slowly accelerate, eventually once it gets ...
Ok Guys I'm New At This I Have A B16a With Matching Tranny What Can I Upgra...
MSI, short shifter, stage 1 clutch, graddy headers, pipped out cold air 2 1/2 in stainless steal from the headers
I Own A 98 Acura Rl 3.5 And Notice Oil Is Leaking From Around The Oil Pan. ...
Oil is leaking from around the oil pan, is it necessary to remove the engine in order to replace the oil pan gasket?
I Have A 95 Acura Integra None Of My Running Lights Work
hello i have a 95 acura integra with a b20 swap and im having an issue with my running lights in the back and my marker lights dont light up all fuses are good should i just run everything to a swit...
How Much Does It Cost To Fix The Training On A Acuaura Mdx?
Older Acura Models
|Acura CSX||Acura EL||Acura Legend|
|Acura NSX||Acura SLX||Acura Vigor|
While Toyota is often studied in business schools as the benchmark in recent business efficiency, Honda was the first to realize the incredible market for luxury vehicles. It created the Acura brand in 1986, and promptly opened 18 dealerships in the United States.
Acura apparently had great faith in its own brand, calling its first sedan "Legend." The Legend would survive until 1996, when it would be replaced with the RL (which many joke stands for "Replaces Legend").
The Integra stormed onto the scene in 1986 as both a coupe and sedan. This car gained popularity almost instantly for its sleek look and easy tunability. It would be replaced in 2002 by the RSX and then the TSX, but many loyal fans remain.
Other models released by Acura include the compact EL (1997), the midsize CL coupe (1997), and the midsize TL sedan (1995). A short-lived Vigor was available from 1992-1995 before being rebranded as the TL.
1996 brought about Acura's first SUV, the SLX. It seems like the SLX was just a bit ahead of its time, as production ended in 1999 until it was replaced by Acura's second SUV, the MDX in 2001. The MDX was based on the Honda Odyssey platform and shared much in common with the Honda Pilot, Honda's full-size SUV. In 2007, the RDX made its entry as a small-size SUV/crossover wagon.
Among the more storied vehicles for this recent maker is the NSX, a slick sports model that was first produced in 1991. Famous for its powerful engine and curvy shape, the NSX is a gorgeous, powerful luxury sports machine.
All in all, Acura has accomplished a lot for such a recent entry into the crowded automaker market. With the benefit of being able to build on the reliable Honda platforms, Acura is able to get to market even more quickly than could have been expected. After a bit of slow going in the 1990's, the luxury brand from Honda has regained its staying power and will remain a relatively well-liked brand for years to come.