The luxury division of the Honda Motor Company, Acura is one of those premium brands that we see pass through our inventory every once in a while. Much like Audi or BMW, you can’t always find vehicles from this brand in our selection of used vehicles, but if you’re in the market for one it can’t hurt to see what’s available. Read on below to get to know the Acura brand a little better and maybe find a model to suit your needs. Hopefully, it’ll be one of the rare used Acura vehicles we do have for sale here in Manhattan, Kansas.
There are currently two traditional cars in production from the Acura brand, including the iconic subcompact liftback Integra – the luxury alternative to the Honda Civic – and the compact TLX. Many other sedans have been in production previously, with a couple even being discontinued in the last few years. Other cars you might see available include the RLX and ILX.
Perhaps the most iconic member of the Acura brand, the NSX is a legendary sports car that first ran from 1990 to 2005, when it established its reputation. The icon returned for the 2017 model year in a huge way, unveiling a brand new modernized style and more performance than ever. It’s so powerful that it can hit a top speed of 191 miles per hour and accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds.
On the current lineup, Acura has three luxury crossover utility vehicles in production. The list includes a subcompact crossover called the CDX, a compact crossover called the RDX and a three-row, midsize crossover called the MDX. Each of these models is related to the more familiar Honda models of the same size – HR-V, CR-V and Pilot respectively. The ZDX was an old model discontinued not long ago.
We hope we can help you find the used Acura vehicle that suits your needs. If you don’t see any Acura vehicles in our inventory, don’t hesitate to give us a call anyway. We might be able to help you find a viable alternative or we can keep our eyes peeled for the vehicle for which you’re searching. We look forward to hearing from you.