Acura Celebrates 25 Years of Luxury in the US
The brand’s US dealerships offered customers two different models, namely the Legend luxury sedan and the sporty Integra that was available in 3- and 5-door hatchback variations.
The Acura lineup continued to expand over the years with the addition of the NSX sports car, the 3.5RL sedan, the 2.2CL coupe, the 2.5TL and 3.2TL, the MDX, the RSX sports coupe, the TSX, and the RDX.
In motorsports, for 2007 Acura debuted three teams in American Le Mans Series competition. At the famed 12 Hours of Sebring endurance race, Acura engines powered vehicles to First, Second and Fourth places in the competitive LMP2 class.
For 2011, Acura offers a host of innovative features, such as Super Handling All-Wheel Drive, AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic and Weather, Acura/ELS Surround Premium Audio System, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), a blind spot information (BSI) system and Collision Mitigating Braking System (CMBS).
Acura’s network comprises 270 dealers within the United States. The company began its 25th Anniversary year by winning the 2011 ALG Residual Value Award for Best Near Luxury Car. As said, the division also unveiled the all-new 2011 TSX Sport Wagon and the newly refined 2012 TL that debuted at the Chicago Auto Show.