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Acura became one of the most trusted names in premium automobile manufacturing. Owned and manufactured by the Japanese Honda Motor Corporation, Acura serves as the Honda luxury line. Acura is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, with the North American operations plant and headquarters located in Torrance, Calif.

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Acura History

Acura was specifically designed for the United States market with secondary goals for the smaller Canadian market. Acura became the first Japanese luxury model, designed to compete in North America with European makes such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW. After a successful North American campaign and brand introduction in the mid-1980s Acura was introduced to the Hong Kong automotive market in 1991. Since then Acura expanded offerings to China and Mexico, where many Central and South American drivers travel to purchase it.

Acura in America

Introduced to the American and Canadian public in 1986 and offered through joint Honda-Acura dealerships, the first Japanese luxury automobiles enjoyed an immediate spike in popularity and boasted impressive sales. The brand used the slogan, "Acura. Precision Crafted Performance." The welcoming of Acura within North America served as a catalyst to hasten the development of Japanese luxury lines namely Lexus, the premium offering from the Toyota Motor Corporation, and Infiniti offered by Nissan.

The Acura Legend was a car jointly developed by Honda and the Austin Rover Group of Great Britain. The result became the luxury flagship of the Acura brand. Additionally, Acura offered the Integra, a sporty hatchback designed to catch the eye of city dwellers and drivers who preferred a more compact design.

By 1990, Acura was outselling Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Lexus at a tremendous rate. The Acura Legend served as the best-selling luxury automobile in the United States.

The 1990s saw a peak and eventual decline in sales as Acura introduced the Acura NSX high performance sports car as well as the Acura Vigor performance sedan. The Integra received a drastic redesign making it incredibly popular with "tuners" and race enthusiasts. However the end of the decade proved to be a challenge to the North American Acura market.

In response to the decline in sales Acura engineers and the various design teams offered redesigns to the popular models while introducing the popular TL, RSX, and MDX from 2000 to 2004. The crossover MDX became the game changer as every automotive manufacturer scrambled to compete. It was widely considered the cream of the crop among all other vehicles in its crossover class and soared to the top of several car magazine "best of" lists. Acura proved to be popular in the 21st century as the premium automotive manufacturer continues to diversify and collect awards for innovation and design.

Acura Models

Acura was originally introduced with two models: the Legend and the Integra. In the past 25 years the company diversified to meet the demands of consumers and changing automotive trends.

The Acura Legend served as the flagship, luxury automobile for the Honda Motor Corp. and received Motor Trend's Import Car of the Year award in 1991. Along with the Legend, the Acura Integra served to grow the brand. In 1991 the coveted and rare Acura NSX sports car was added to the luxury vehicle family. The following year brought the introduction of the Vigor, a sedan to accompany the Legend.

The CL Coupe was released in late 1996 as a 1997 model. After the introduction of this model Acura began to refocus the company direction and no other models were introduced until 2000 when the MDX luxury crossover SUV was launched.

From 2000 to 2010 Acura introduced several models including some of auto maker's best sellers. In 2002, the Integra was replaced by the RSX. In 2004, the Acura TL was introduced, a model that eventually earned the title of "Consumer's Most Wanted.” .

In 2005, the TSX was introduced offering competition to the BMW 3 Series with the CDX being released the year after. Redesigns have continued from 2007 to the present. In 2012, the ZDX crossover debuted.

Acura Products and Technologies

Acura remains one of the top-selling luxury brands in the United States and Canada and many of the models, even the discontinued models of the 1980s, 90s, and early 21st century are still very popular among Acura loyalists. Two of the most popular and sought after Acura models are the NSX and Integra.

In terms of buying new and certified-used Acura models, there are various powertrain warranties and services that give Acura owners peace of mind. These warranties and services have long served as key selling points for the luxury automotive brand. Additionally, Acura offers in-house financing options to its customers.

Select an Acura Model

Acura ILX

2015-2014 | Midsize, Sedan

Starting At: $26,900

MPG
24-35
Seats
5

Acura ILX Hybrid

2014 | Hybrid, Midsize, Sedan

Starting At: $28,900

MPG
38-39
Seats
5

Acura TSX

2014 | Midsize, Sedan, Wagon

Introduced in 2004, the Acura TSX is a sporty, entry-level luxury sedan that serves as Acura’s least expensive model.

Starting At: $30,635

MPG
19-31
Seats
5

Acura TLX

2015 | Luxury, Sedan

Starting At: $30,995

MPG
21-35
Seats
5

Acura RDX

2015-2014 | SUV, Utility/Offroad

The Acura RDX is the smallest SUV available from Acura.

Starting At: $34,520

MPG
19-28
Seats
5

Acura TL

2014 | Luxury, Sedan

In 1995, Acura unveiled the new Acura TL as its car for the midsize luxury sedan category to replace the Acura Vigor.

Starting At: $36,030

MPG
17-29
Seats
5

Acura MDX

2015-2014 | SUV, Utility/Offroad

The Acura MDX is a midsize crossover SUV with all-wheel drive and a front engine layout.

Starting At: $42,290

MPG
18-28
Seats
7

Acura RL

2012 | Luxury, Sedan

The Acura RL is a four-door sedan in the midsize luxury sedan class.

Starting At: $48,200

MPG
17-24
Seats
5

Acura RLX

2015-2014 | Luxury, Sedan

Starting At: $48,450

MPG
20-31
Seats
5

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