The Acura Precision Concept is supposedly a design study for future Acura sedans. And let’s just say: if future Acura sedans look like this, then it’s official: there is a god.
The Acura RLX is a fine luxury car that’s good at lots of luxury car things, but it just isn’t special enough to command its premium price tag. What do you need to know before you buy an Acura RLX? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The Acura RDX is the luxo-barge for people who want a plush appliance on four wheels. What do you need to know before you buy an Acura RDX? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The MDX is Acura’s best selling vehicle. Why? Because, while it’s not thrilling, it’s actually damn good at Luxury SUV-ing. What do you need to know before you buy an Acura MDX? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Acura just dropped some nasty, sweaty, hot details on pricing for the new 2017 NSX. Okay, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but here are some numbers and dates for those of you looking to get some NSX-iness.
“Acura has lost its way.” That’s become one of car enthusiasts’ favorite refrains. People say the brand’s “bland now” but basically what it comes down to is this: we all hate the beaks they adopted in the 2000s. Now it looks like the company might finally be ready to try something else.
Okay, so we did wonder about who’s gonna buy the Acura NSX before. At $150,000, that remains a rather huge question mark. But since then, a bunch of journalists drove the pre-production cars, and the first reviews are out for all to dive into. Oh boy.
You know why Chris “Ludacris” Bridges is such a cool guy? Because he still drives his 1993 Acura Legend from before he was famous. He calls it his dream car, and once you have your dream car, why drive anything else? But after a wreck (with 280,000 miles on the clock!) the folks at Acura decided to return it to its…
Today we asked what car company was excelling at making atrocious-looking vehicles, and we got everything from the Predator-Lexus lineup to boring Audi clones. I hate to beak it to you, but Acura hasn’t been so hot lately, either.
I may be the last person you’d ever want on your endurance racing team. Success in motorsport comes with talent and and experience, and while I’m no stranger to the track—not always in good ways!—I’ve never done any actual wheel-to-wheel racing before. So when I was tapped to race Road & Track at Mid-Ohio with…
If there were ever a World Championship for Things People Think Used to Be Better, Acura would finish in second place. America would, of course, take the top spot.
You might remember Christopher Brian “Ludacris” Bridges as the best haircut in the early Fast & Furious franchise. He’s also a famous rapper and who apparently keeps it real in a 1993 Acura Legend which just got wrecked. Don’t worry! Good Guy Acura will bring it back to life.
You’d think some summer-blowout ad for the Acura TLX would be the usual, ignorable car-on-winding-road-with-VO boringness we’ve all grown the special ability to tune out. Acura has cleverly combated this by making their ads so full of subtly inane horseshit that it forces you to pay attention. To the stupid.
I’ve been wanting to do some really lopsided comparison tests — something along the lines of a Lamborghini Aventador vs. a Mitsubishi Mirage. I didn’t quite get that, but I did manage something marginally more useful: what does an extra $15,000 get you between two family-hauling crossovers?
I’ve been lucky enough to drive some truly incredible vehicles in the last few years; race cars, Lasers, airplanes– but I still love coming home to my 2005 Acura TL. Yes, I drive a rolling manifestation of middle-management. It’s not sexy, but I promise there are joys in a sensible daily-driver.
The 2016 Acura NSX is nearly ready to hit the roads, and the fact that it’s the most exciting car from Honda in a very long time has us all sorts of giddy. Now they’ve released all the technical details of their upcoming supercar. Will it be any good?
Giving us further proof that Acuras look far better in race spec than in Grandpa-spec, Acura released this pretty picture of an ILX that they plan to reveal at the New York International Auto Show alongside their flagship NSX supercar. Behold, this is the endurance racer they're taking to the 25 Hours of Thunderhill.
Today I'd like to talk about Acura's ILX. Like the Audi A3, Mercedes (what an ugly face) CLA, BMW 2 series (sort of), and Buick Verano, the ILX is part of the entry level luxury group of cars that has been gaining popularity and promise to rake in more sales for luxury brands. But people have been mean to the little…
Having set sales records every month for over two years, Honda is rewarding 2016 Acura RDX with a meaner face, more aggressive stance, and a few extra LEDs for good measure. The 3.5 V6 picks up more power and 1 MPG, complemented by a stiffened chassis meant to improve safety and handling.