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Review: 2017 Acura MDX

– Detroit, Michigan Crossovers are hugely important to Acura, because it’s where the luxury brand makes its money. So far this year, 65 percent of all Acura sales were crossovers or SUVs. Spending time behind the wheel of the MDX is a great reminder why they’re so popular: it gives buyers who need a three-row family model a taste of ...

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Acura NSX draws Nazca Desert geoglyph

No-one really knows why the Nazca Desert geoglyphs were created. Hundreds of geometric patterns and abstract animal depictions that can only be seen clearly from high altitude were made by Peruvian tribes between 1500 and 2500 years ago, simply by digging out the dark top layer to reveal a lighter surface below. With virtually no wind and even less rainfall ...

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Review: 2017 Acura TLX

– Detroit, Michigan When you look at the sales stats for the small luxury sedan segment, from last year until now, you see an awful lot of slippage. Smaller crossovers and SUVs are taking up a lot of this slack, leaving cars like the Acura TLX struggling to find homes. And even within those sedan numbers, this is an Acura ...

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Review: 2017 Acura RDX

– Detroit, Michigan Acura is a luxury brand that is often dinged in comparisons based on sporting vehicles. Its sedans don’t raise one’s pulse so much as rear-drive competitors from BMW and Mercedes. Even the outstanding and tremendously quick NSX is more of a thinking man’s supercar when compared to a Porsche 911 or an Audi R8. But in the ...

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