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2006 Acura RSX and Type-S Compact Hatchback Sports Coupe

The raucous two-door sports hatchback coupe by Acura fits in the compact class and comes in two flavors with a base edition and the high-performance Type-S. Both stock a twin-cam 2.0-liter four-in-line engine. In base trim the plant achieves 155 hp in 2006 and ties to a five-speed manual transmission or optional five-speed Sequential SportShift automatic. Read More »

2006 Acura RL Full-Size Luxury Sedan

The RL is Acura's top model, a lavishly equipped full-size sedan, packs a powerful engine and an intelligent all-wheel-drive (AWD) system which can disburses the engine's torque not only to wheels fore and aft but the left or right ones too. RL's aluminum V6 plant, displacing 3.5 liters with drive-by-wire throttle and VTEC (Variable valve Timing and lift Electronic Control) system, nets 290 hp for 2006. Read More »

2005 Acura RSX Compact Coupe

A new body on the Acura RSX gives the car's sporty wedge shape a slightly more aggressive style. Most people would find it hard to tell the difference between 2004 and 2005 models, but a lot of little changes add up to a big improvement this year. Read More »

2005 Acura 3.5 RL Premium Full-Size Sedan

Acura, a line of performance and luxury vehicles derived from Honda of Japan, delivers a diverse menu of models to the class of 2005. Leading the line is Acura's elegant full-size flagship 3.5RL sedan, which emerges in a second-generation design packing a powerful new engine and an intelligent all-wheel-drive (AWD) system which disburses the engine's torque not only to wheels fore and aft, but left or right too to maneuver like a sticky race car. Read More »

2004 Acura RSX Sport Coupe

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. Read More »

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 and Type-S

The RSX Type-S- is a two-door coupe with hatchback styling that fits into the compact class and carries the muscular rendition of an all-aluminum 2.0-liter Honda engine coupled to a six-speed manual transmission with close ratios and a short-throw stick off the console. Read More »