Saturday, February 11, 2012

Acura Nsx - 2013 acura Nsx

Japanese automaker, Honda, produce sports car that sell in the market of North America and Hong Kong called 2013 acura nsx or Honda NSX. You have to know if this sports car uses Lift Electronic Control (VTEC) system and Honda’s Variable Valve Timing. It also powered by all-aluminium V6 gasoline engine, rear-wheel drive layout and a mid-engine.
This is the famous car and it has been developed many times during 1990 until 2005. You should check the articles in the website. Find about the specification in each year’s produced. Manufacturer and release date also become consideration for you if you want to buy this car new or second hand. 2013 acura nsx become favorite car since the development is always making the differences and the quality.
If you see in the articles, you will know if the latest development is about Honda NSX Mugen RR concept. You should know if since the beginning of NSX’s production, this 2013 acura nsx uses as safety car at Suzuka Circuit even in Japanese Grand Prix. Honda NSX Super GT becomes your choice because the specification is amazing. This car uses to racing competition and this is not really effective if you use it in the road.

The creation of Acura coincided with the introduction of a Japanese Honda dealership sales channel, called Honda Clio, which sold luxury vehicles, joining previously established Honda Verno, followed by Honda Primo the following year. Acura holds the distinction of being the first Japanese automotive luxury brand. In its first few years of existence, Acura was among the best-selling luxury marques in the US. Though sales were down in the mid-to-late 1990s, the brand experienced a revival in the early 2000s, due to drastic redesigns and the introductions of new models.

Following a decade of research, Honda opened 60 new dealerships in North America by 1986, to support its Acura automobile division. Acura was the first Japanese luxury brand, introduced under the slogan, “Acura. Precision Crafted Performance.” Its initial offering consisted of two models: the executive class Legend and the compact class Integra, available as a five-door and three-door hatchback. The Legend was the result of Project XX, a joint venture Honda entered into with the Austin Rover Group of Great Britain and was mechanically related to the Rover 800 series, and the Integra was an improvement of the Honda Quint hatchback.

The success of these models, particularly the Legend, led to competing Japanese luxury brand ventures (Toyota’s Lexus that began development in 1983 as the F1 project, and Nissan’s Infiniti who began development in 1985 by revising their Japan-only flagship Nissan President; in the late 1990s Mazda planned but never launched its own Amati luxury division). The goal of the Legend was to compete with rivals Toyota Crown and the Nissan Cedric and Gloria, but due to its 1986 introduction worldwide, Toyota, Nissan and other companies like Lincoln took notice of the markets reaction to the Legend and later the Vigor and offered vehicles that addressed the executive size car. Toyota introduced the Lexus ES, Nissan introduced the Infiniti J30 and Lincoln utilized the Taurus platform and named their new sedan the Continental.

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