While other companies are fighting to meet standards set by new crash examinations, Honda and Acura are putting out winners, at least according to the latest round of NHTSA crash examination.
Acura ILX Hybrid will cost the same as the last year, but there have been some slight price changes.
Acura has uncovered pricing for its 2014 TSX, which will kick off at $31,530, which is the same base price as a year ago.
Before the launch of the Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, the Acura NSX prototype made a test run, taking a lap on the course and presenting the company’s intentions of going racing with its fresh ultra-car.
Acura has just revealed the 2013 TL Special Edition, which provides the vehicle with some appearance refreshments and a raise in technology.
Acura could have biggest plans in mind for its basic-level ILX than those it revealed mid-May for the 2014 model year.
Acura has informed that the brand-new NSX will be constructed at Honda’s modern Performance Manufacturing Facility in Ohio.
Trying to increase sales, Acura has unveiled its 2014 ILX with a host of new standard details to give more content and value for its basic-level sedan.