Acura these days looks very little like the Acura of old, a one-time maker of premium, sporty cars backed by Honda's reputation for engineering excellence and reliability. The Honda connection remains, but Acura's lineup no longer bursts with overtly fun-to-drive vehicles. Instead, the majority of its offerings are little more than fancier Hondas. The compact RDX and three-row MDX are its two crossover offerings. Those looking for models that hew closer to the values on which Acura was founded will appreciate the TLX sedan, which includes a Type S model, and the NSX supercar.
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