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Acura boasts that its powerful and precise NSX is the only supercar fully developed, designed and manufactured in the United States. This is a big statement, and it says a lot about the confidence Acura has in its super powered sports car. With a classic sports car look and cutting-edge technology, Acura NSX drivers are in for a unique driving experience, and it’s hard to argue that there are better sports cars out there.
The NSX is built at Acura’s plant in Marysville, Ohio. Factory workers here take their time to ensure that no detail is missed, and the company uses space-age technology along with ultra-high-strength steel. This, combined with a very lightweight aluminum body with a hybrid 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine and three direct-drive electric engines give the Acura NSX a ton of power. With the nine-speed dual-clutch transmission and sport hybrid super handling AWD, the 573 horses under the hood, along with 476 pound-feet of torque give the sports car more power than most can handle.
Now, with all that power, you may think that the Acura NSX is too heavy. But with a curb weight of just over 3,800 pounds, you will enjoy a 0-60 time of a little under three seconds. The Acura NSX has an impressive top speed of nearly 200 mph, and it begs you to take it on the track. The NSX doesn’t sit high off the ground, and it only has a few inches of clearance at the nose. However, once inside, while the cabin is tidy and neat, you won’t be cramped, and the race seats are comfortable for people of all sizes. This isn’t a car that’s meant to sit in traffic, and there are three driving mode selections Sport, Sport + and Track and Quiet. Notice there is no setting for Boring, Traffic or Standard.
The interior of the NSX is more like the interior of a luxury car. With Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a Pandora radio interface and an LCD touch screen, you can certainly enjoy your ride to the fullest. Of course, there are things that make the car practical, and a rearview camera ensures that you won’t bump into anything when backing up. While it may seem too powerful and too sporty, it’s a drivable car, and you won’t have trouble in traffic or driving on a crowded freeway. If you want to see for yourself how easy and fun an Acura NSX is to drive, check one out at Audi of Tucson. Once behind the wheel, it will be hard not to fall in love with the nearly-perfect handling and all that power.
This two-seater passenger sports car isn’t for everyone. With a base cost of nearly $160,000, it’s certainly out of reach for most potential buyers. But, with so much power and luxury, it’s actually a better deal than most other sports cars. And, of course, if you want one of the best sports cars on the planet, you are going to have to pay for it.
Not everyone wants to drive a hybrid as they are often seen as boring and underpowered. But times have changed, and many hybrids have plenty of power and can even tow and haul all your gear. However, hybrids are still a tough sell as many don’t know that they offer such a huge advantage. But Acura is trying to change the game by only pricing its new MDX Sports Hybrid for $1,500 more than it’s equivalent gas-powered SUV with all-wheel drive. On paper, this makes the new hybrid version a great buy, especially if the price of gas rises, which is always a reality.
The hybrid version actually has more power than the gas-powered V-6, so if you are willing to invest an extra $1,500, you will probably be happy with your decision. The MDX Sport Hybrid will start at $52,935, which is for the Technology model; while the Advance model will go on sale for $58,975. With the Hybrid, you get a 3.0-liter V6 engine with three electric motors, which turns out 289-lb-ft of torque and 321 horsepower. This is a boost of 31 horsepower and 22 lb-ft of torque. However, with the extra weight, 200 lbs, the hybrid may not be much faster than the non-hybrid version.
One of the electric motors is built into the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, which is automatic. Two of the motors enable the all-wheel drive. While it sounds complicated, as a driver, the benefits are simple as you get better fuel economy and more power. They hybrid version gets 26 mpg in the city and 27 on the highway and 27 overall. This is an increase of seven mpg in the city, one on the highway and five overall. This is a huge benefit, any anyone buying the hybrid version will get the best of both worlds. While you should get the same 0-60 times and quarter mile times, you will also get better fuel economy. If you want to test drive a 2017 Acura MDX, you are sure to fall in love. You can do so at Chapman Acura. Whether you want to take long road trips or simple use the MDX Hybrid as a commuter vehicle, you are sure to love it. There is plenty of room, plenty of technology, and the SUV is as comfortable as they come.
While you will get better gas mileage, you will also get all the benefits of a luxurious SUV. The Acura MDX has the body of an SUV with the DNA of a sports car. The style was forged from the extremely popular Acura NSX, which is one of the most refined sports cars on the planet. This makes it more fun to drive, and if you take the SUV up a curvy mountain road, you won’t feel like you are in a clunky, underpowered and boring SUV. No, you will feel like you are in a high-powered sports car, and at the same time, you can easily take the whole family and all your gear.
According to U.S. News and World Report, in reviewing proprietary data and industry reviews, the 2017 Acura MDX rates as the Best 3-row Luxury SUV for the money, five years running. While there are several strong contenders, the SUV still beats out the Volvo XC90, Audi Q7 and the Tesla Model X – certainly a strong playing field. The 2017 Acura MDX came out on top with exceptional driver and passenger comfort, passive and active safety features and a solid drivetrain.
The results were based on the vehicle’s overall quality, along with long-term value. When talking about value, you must mention the solid fuel economy, many standard features that aren’t standard with the competition, and three rows of comfortable seating. With a smooth ride and an excellent fit in the cabin, it’s an excellent choice. One minor downside is that it doesn’t have as much cargo room as the competition, but with above average legroom, passengers are going to be more comfortable.
The SUV is even better than in year’s past. With a refreshed and updated exterior, along with added standard tech for the 2017 model, it’s easy to see why the 2017 Acura MDX is highly rated. While not out yet, a hybrid version is in the cards and will be available later in the year. If you have never driven an Acura MDX, you should check one out. By getting behind the wheel, playing around with all the technology and finally hitting the open roads, you are sure to fall in love. So hurry and take one for a spin at Chapman Acura. You are sure to love it.
While it’s one thing to win accolades and awards and get recognition, it’s another thing to see raw numbers. The Acura MDX is rated at 19 MPG in the city and 27 on the highway, with most people getting around 22 MPG combined. With the direct-injection, 3.5 liter V6, which makes 267-lb-ft of torque and 290 horsepower, you won’t be driving around in a bulky and underpowered machine. No, the 2017 Acura MDX will get you from 0-60 MPH in 6.2 seconds.
Power is fun, but if you can’t control it well, then it is all for nothing. But with the all-wheel drive system, the SUV really feels like a car, rather than a bulky SUV. It’s been described as extremely quiet, and the suspension does all the hard work and takes on bumps, minor and major, with ease. Off-roading, this SUV does surprisingly well, especially considering how many luxuries and amenities are included. At the same time, while lacking a bit in cargo space, it’s extremely roomy for passengers, even those over six-feet tall.
If you are looking for the best 3-seat, luxury SUV on the market, you don’t have to look any further than Acura. The 2017 Acura beats out a lot of great competition, and it provides a car-like feel, plenty of power and a lot of comfort, all at a lower price than most of its competitors.
The Acura ILX is a compact sport sedan that is priced for the average person. Starting at $28,000, a buyer can get a solid sports sedan without breaking the bank. Here are five reasons to buy the new Acura ILX.
When driving an Acura, you know that you are going to get a well-built vehicle that can handle it all. While the 2.4 liter, four-cylinder engine isn’t big, it’s certainly efficient enough, and along with an automatic eight-speed transmission, the Acura ILX is certainly powerful enough. With a 0-60 time of 6.6 seconds, the 201 horsepower engine is certainly going to make drivers feel the power. The Acura ILX is smooth shifting, and whether merging on the freeway or flying down a two-lane highway, the driving performance is certainly a great one.
Even though you get a decent amount of power and luxury, along with plenty of technology, buyers of the 2017 Acura ILX will rejoice when looking at the price. Starting at under $28,000, the ILX is only slightly more expensive than entry-level cars that offer much less. Not only that, with decent gas mileage, 25 on the highway and 36 in the city, it won’t burn gas excessively.
When buying an Acura, you will be investing in your future. With the Acura ILX, you won’t have to worry about constant breakdowns or spending a lot of money in the future to fix basic problems. No, Acura provides it’s buyers with great cars. With that in mind, if you are ever looking to sell or trade-in your Acura ILX in the future, you will enjoy a great resell value as people love the Acura name and have no problem buying a used version.
Without a doubt, if you are looking at new cars, safety is on your mind. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety rates the ILX highly. Most of the ratings are “Good” with front crash prevention receiving a “Superior” rating. Acura is always investing in technology and improving it’s test results, and if you are looking for a car to protect you and your passengers, the Acura ILX is a good choice. However, Acura should really try to improve in this area as it got a “Marginal” rating for its headlights, and you can bet that Acura will get to the drawing table soon.
When buying an Acura ILX, you are sure to be noticed on your first drive down the street. If you want to see how great an Acura ILX looks, on the inside and out, check one out at Chapman Acura. By enjoying the 201 horses under the hood or listening to the ELS Studio Premium Audio System, you are sure to fall in love, even on a short drive around the block. If you want to invest a bit more, check out the A-SPEC package that gives you fog lights, 18-inch wheels, a trunk spoiler and aluminum pedals. No matter what Acura ILX you buy, you ares sure to enjoy the coolness factor.
The 2018 Acura TLX is going to be another gem released by Acura, and anyone with an older model can attest to the greatness of the Acura TLX. The refreshed and updated version will not be ready for a while, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t plenty of buzz being generated about this sleek and refined luxury automobile. While not all details have been released, there are a few spy shots that have been leaked.
While the new and improved 2018 Acura TLX is certainly going to create a lot of excitement, the company knows that it better not make too many changes. By keeping the changes subtle, Acura won’t ruffle any feathers, and Acura also plans to keep the MSRP in-line with the 2017 model, but obviously with adds-ons, the price can rise substantially. The base price should be right around $32,000, while the highest-end, fully loaded version should cost around $45,000.
The new, updated front end has some obvious inspiration from the Acura Precision Concept, which was showed off at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. With the five-sided, open grill, the sedan will enjoy a sportier look. This, along with updated LED headlights, give the TLX a sleeker look than it enjoyed previously. The back has tweaked taillights, which, along with a black lower portion, give a seriously sporty look.
While there have been spy photos taken, other changes are still a mystery, though anyone expecting huge changes in the engine are probably in for a disappointment. The powerful 2.4-liter four-cylinder and 3.5-liter V6 engines that are in current models should stay for the 2018 Acura TLX. There is a chance that Acura will offer hybrid and electric motors, which are now being used in the newest MDX.
Since Acura likes to keep things looking smooth and tech-friendly, expect revised materials in the cockpit. Since the engine sizes probably aren’t going to change much, if at all, drivers should expect gas mileage of around 28 MPG, combined, for the base model with 24 MPG in the city and 35 on highways.
The performance of the 2018 Acura TLX should also be similar when it comes to top speed and 0-60 times. The base engine should provide a 0-60 time of 6.8 seconds, while the bigger engine will likely get you from 0-60 in 5.7 seconds. The top speed for both engines will be 134 MPH. The safety of the 2017 Acura TLX was a mixed bag, as it got a “marginal” rating for the overlap front crash test. But, it received a “good” score in every other category, except for front crash prevention, where it received a “superior” score. Given that Acura prides itself on always improving, there is a good chance that the company will garner higher safety marks for its 2018 model.
If you can wait until the 2018 Acura TLX is shipped to showrooms, you would do yourself a favor if you test drove one out at Chapman Acura. Even if you own an older model, you are sure to notice the, slight, yet important, changes.
The Acura RDX is the perfect SUV. The small luxury crossover SUV has two rows of seats, and while it may not be a class leader when it comes to performance and luxury, like all other Acura’s, it’s a vehicle that’s well-rounded and has many strengths. That includes its quick acceleration, composed handling and a confident highway cruising demeanor. The interior of the RDX is great. The cabin is spacious and well-constructed. The vehicle also has front seats that are exceptionally supportive. Plus, the vehicle has a great reputation when it comes to reliability and overall quality.
People looking to purchase an Acura RDX have many options to choose from. There are RDX models that combine a four cylinder, turbocharged engine, with all-wheel drive as a standard, plus it has unusually sporty handling. Newer versions of the Acura RDX have gotten rave reviews for their power, interior space and added refinements. Buyers now also have the option to purchase a front-wheel-drive version of the RDX. These are particularly suited for people that live in milder climates. Plus the RDX has a generously equipped base model as well as an options structure that’s straightforward and package-based.
The Acura RDX is a beautiful upscale crossover with ample seating for five passengers. Its quiet, spacious interior has room for the entire family. Despite the RDX’s compact footprint, the vehicle’s passenger cabin has more room than many larger midsize luxury SUVs. The front seat offers superior support, and the rear seat is elevated so its occupants to have a great view out the front and on both sides. Plus it has generous head and leg room, which enables tall adults to feel comfortable while sitting in a back seat wide enough to sit three across.
Another reason many people think the RDX is perfect is because of the value it offers. It comes with a well-equipped trim level and many desirable standard features. They include a power liftgate and LED headlights. It also comes with three option packages, the AcuraWatch Plus, Advance and Technology. However, even with all those options added, the Acura RDX is still affordably priced compared to many other luxury crossover’s base models, and you will see the value in an RDX if you check one out at Chapman Acura.
When it’s time to decide what options you want on your RDX, it helps to know that Acura does technology well. The RDX’s AcuraWatch Plus option package comes with advanced safety features like collision warning, automatic braking, lane-keeping alert and lane-keeping assist. The Technology package has a navigation system and blind-spot warning featuring rear cross-traffic alert. The RDX’s Advance package has all those things plus parking sensors in the front and rear and auto-dimming side mirrors.
Under the hood, there’s a 3.5-liter, 279-horsepower, V6 engine paired with a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic transmission. Plus it goes from zero-to-60 in 6.5 seconds, making it one of the fastest in its segment. yet it still gets great gas mileage.
The combination of power, performance, comfort, safety and exceptional handling makes the Acura RDX the perfect SUV.
The 2017 Acura MDX is not only spacious, good looking and handles well, the vehicle is also one of the safest on the road. The 2017 Acura MDX has earned the 2017 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick+ for the fourth year in a row. It is the organizations highest designation. Acura has also earned two Top Safety Pick+ as well as two Top Safety Pick ratings on its 2017 vehicles. That makes Acura one of the automotive industry’s top leaders when it comes to safety ratings. This is just one more reason for people to love their stylish, comfortable, great performing Acura automobiles.
The 2017 Acura automobiles that received Top Safety Pick+ are the MDX and the RDX with available AcuraWatch. The 2017 Acura vehicles that won Top Safety Picks were the ILX, when equipped with the available AcuraWatch, as well as the RLX. The company’s suite of AcuraWatch driver-assistive and active safety technologies are listed as standard equipment for all of the 2017 MDX and RLX models. The safety technology suite is available on the entire line of Acura sedans and SUVs for 2017. This has Acura lovers excited, because it means not only are the vehicles fun to drive, they’re very safe as well.
The AcuraWatch technologies that are included in the safety technology suite include the Collision Mitigation Braking System with Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist System, Road Departure Mitigation with Lane Departure Warning as well as Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow. The new Acura models also have a multi-angle rearview camera, which is part of its standard equipment. Some of the other standard safety equipment that comes on all models are Vehicle Stability Assist with traction control, Advance Compatibility Engineering body structure, an Anti-lock Braking System, side curtain airbags as well as advanced front and front side airbags. Some of the vehicles also come equipped with a rollover sensor.
The AcuraWatch™ roster of innovative driver assistance and safety technologies are part of the standard equipment on every RLX model. Those safety features include multi-view cameras as well as intelligent ultrasonic sensors and radars. Acura drivers welcome the AcuraWatch functions because they can help to improve their awareness as well as intervene to help the driver to avoid a collision. This safety suite is another way that Acura shows Acura owners that they care about more than good looks, great handling and excellent gas mileage. It shows the safety of all occupants of its vehicles are important to Acura as well. While safety is important, if you want to get a feel for how you like an MDX, head to Chapman Acura, and you are sure to love it when you take a test drive.
For 2017, Acura offers an impressive lineup of automobiles. Buyers can rest assured the 2017 Acura automobiles will come with powerful engines, smooth shifting transmissions, spacious, comfortable interiors, beautiful, aerodynamic exteriors and all the latest and best technology and connectivity to make driving an Acura a wonderful experience. With the inclusion of the AcuraWatch safety suite, features they can drive anywhere, in any kind of conditions, confident in the fact that their automobile will help prevent accidents and protect the occupants should one occur.
The Acura ILX is a compact luxury sedan that is the perfect choice for anyone who wants luxury without breaking the bank. Acura is aiming to attract young buyers who want to get their first taste of something with a little more power and luxury. By offering both a fun to drive car with decent gas mileage it’s easy to see why the Acura ILX gets great reviews.
In the past, people who wanted luxury didn’t mind bad gas mileage, but times have changed quickly, and people with SUVs, cars and trucks are demanding better fuel economy. Acura is delivering, and the ILX gets an impressive 29 MPG overall. If you are driving on freeways or highways, you should be able to eek out 35 MPG, while you will get 25 MPG in the city. All in all, not bad, especially when considering that the ILX has sufficient power with its 2.4 liter inline, 201 horsepower engine, which also includes 180 feet pound of torque.
Year after year, Honda and Acura win awards for reliability, and anyone looking to buy the Acura ILX should rejoice in knowing that the name is one of the most well-liked and reliable on the planet. This alone should quell any fears and make anyone take a second, or third, look at an Acura ILX. This should also make any happy as the resell value of most Acura’s are superior to other automobiles in the industry. Simply put, anyone buying the Acura name knows that they will be able to enjoy it for years without having to worry about breakdowns or the car falling apart.
Acura has a lot of new technology on its hands, and the company is constantly pushing the limits and going out of its way to build the perfect vehicle, with all the necessary technology to make driving easier, safer and more fun. The standard features are enough to please nearly any buyer, and they include an 8-speed dual clutch transmission, Jewel Eye LED headlights, smart entry and Bluetooth. But, for a small investment, buyers can get Collision Mitigation Braking System, Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keeping Assist System. Of course, it’s not all about safety. With a premium audio system, on-demand multi-use display and seven speakers, drivers and passengers alike will be comfortable and happy when in an Acura ILX.
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While there are certainly other entry-level luxury cars with more power, the Acura ILX is fun to drive. Not only does it have a more than adequate 201 horsepower engine, but the Acura ILX was designed for fun driving. Whether going down the freeway, taking it on a two-lane highway or driving along the coast, the Acura ILX is fun to drive, all while offering plenty of comfort to passengers. To see how comfortable it is, check one out at Chapman Acura.
While there are more expensive entry-level luxury cars on the market, that doesn’t mean you should waste your money. No, the Acura ILX offers power, luxury, safety and plenty of technology to toy around with. If you want to see for yourself, head on down to Chapman Acura and get behind the wheel.
Wait until you see what Acura has done to the all-new 2017 MDX. The company has made dramatic changes inside and out. It has added more technology and tweaked the body style. The result is a vehicle with sleek new lines that’s more appealing overall. The MDX is a tall, full-sized, four-door wagon. It’s powered by a V-6, 3.5-liter DOHC engine working in tandem with a smooth-shifting 9-speed automatic transmission. The 2017 Acura MDX is available with either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. The front-wheel drive model averages 22 mpg, while the all-wheel drive model averages 23 mpg.
The 2017 Acura MDX is a versatile vehicle. It can be an urban wagon when you need it to be or a rugged SUV when necessary. The changes to the MDX for 2017 makes it even more versatile. Its upgraded interior is more luxurious than ever. The interior layout is excellent. It’s more comfortable, and Acura has paid attention to every detail to make sure it is the best. The technological upgrades help the MDX offer better connectivity, a good navigation system, improved climate control, and a premium audio package that features rear-seat entertainment. It’s one thing to read about it, and it’s another thing to see it in action, and for this reason, you must see a 2017 Acura MDX in person at Chapman Acura.
The vehicle also features One-Touch Walk-In for the third-row seats. This makes getting in and out of the back easier. Buyers also have the option to choose a six-passenger configuration, which comes with high-back bucket seats in the second row. The upgraded 2017 Acura MDX also has auto high beam headlights, walk away auto lock and an electric parking brake that has an automatic brake hold. To increase visibility while backing up, the new MDX has a surround view camera system which has six selectable angles. Comfort, convenience and quality entertainment at your fingertips.
The exterior of the 2017 Acura MDX is a study in style and function. It begins with revised headlights that improve the vehicle’s look and the driver’s visibility. The hood, fenders, front fascia and rear bumper have all been restyled. Together they combine to give the vehicle a sleek, upscale look that makes it stand out in any crowd. This vehicle looks fast and intriguing. Don’t be surprised if neighbors and co-workers ask to take a peek inside and try to slide behind the wheel to experience the MDX for themselves. That’s what happens when you have a great looking, high-performance automobile.
Under the hood, the 2017 Acura MDX boasts a 290-horsepower, V6 engine. It has the unique ability to save fuel while under lighter loads by shutting down three cylinders. Yet it delivers all the power you need to leave the worries of the world behind and enjoy yourself or nimbly navigate your morning and evening commute with ease no matter how crowded the roads. Handling is another of the MDX’s strong suits. Weaving through the most complex traffic or parking situations is easy and fun in this automobile. In fact the updated new 2017 Acura MDX seems to make everything you do in it more fun. With its base price of $43,950 it’s a great value.
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