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2003 Acura 3.2 CL and Type-S

Lucky for us car lovers, Acura added a snazzy six-speed transmission to its sporty CL Type-S for 2003. It showcases Acura's hallmark precision with short throws and a tight, mechanical feel -- just what we were hoping for. Read More »

2003 Acura RSX

Acura’s price-leader, a compact-class hatchback coupe, emerged in 2002 on Honda’s global compact platform as successor to the original coupe, Integra. It repeats for 2003 in two different flavors with the base RSX and high-performance Type-S edition. Both stock a twin-cam 2.0-liter four-in-line engine that employs Acura’s advanced i-VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) system with computer-controlled intelligence ... Read More »

2003 Acura 3.2CL

3.2CL: Both CL models for 2003 — base 3.2CL and Type-S performance model — look sleek in wedge format with fresh exterior forms obviously inspired by shapes of classic Gran Turismo coupes out of Europe. The face changes with a new tipped-back grille trimmed in chrome that squeezes between composite lenses shielding xenon high intensity discharge (HID) headlamps. Monochromatic bumpers ... Read More »

2003 MDX Sport Utility Vehicle

Substantial upgrades go into 2003 models of Acura’s luxury sport-utility wagon. Debuting in 2001 with the unitized structure of a car plus car-like independent suspension elements and a strong V6 engine aboard, MDX for 2003 gets a V6 upgraded with a boost by 20 points to 260 hp. In addition, there’s a new five-speed electronic automatic transmission and drive-by-wire throttle. ... Read More »

2003 Acura NSX Sports Car

Acura’s supercar continues in 2003 and it may be the only exotic that not only can zip to speed in the blink of an eye, but perform with ease at a slow rate in a parking lot. With an aluminum body and high-output engine mounted mid-ship, the two-seater offers ideal weight balance and rear-wheel-drive (RWD) traction with a choice in ... Read More »