By Chris Chase Introduced in 2015, the Acura TLX is the brand’s mid-sized luxury sedan model. It replaced the TL, a car that spanned four generations between the mid-1990s and 2014. While this first-generation TLX looks plainer than its predecessor, its drivetrain promised better performance. A then-new four-cylinder option came with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission,... Read More.
Car manufacturers spend a lot of time researching and planning the vehicles they think their buyers want. Most of the time, they get it right, but they occasionally wind up being very, very wrong and launch a car that languishes in showrooms. In some cases, a model comes along just as demand for its segment... Read More.
by Chris Chase The auto industry is a fickle one. Frequent technology innovations and the changing tastes of car buyers mean a car manufacturer has to work hard to keep its offerings relevant. In this used-car article, we’re taking a look at a handful of cars that made strong starts but fell into obscurity. You... Read More.
The Acura NSX may not boast the same level of prestige as an Italian exotic, but it’s an extremely impressive machine. If you’re in the market for a high-tech supercar and can afford the $200,000 price tag, the NSX should be on your short list.... Read More.
2019 Acura RDX: Compact luxury SUV/crossover, 2.0L four-cylinder, turbocharged; 272 hp, 280 lb-ft torque, 10-speed automatic, Engine idle stop-start; active noise cancellation; passive keyless entry; 12-way power front seats with driver’s seat memory; adaptive cruise control; lane keeping assist.... Read More.