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A three-quarter front view of the Acura NSX

Acura RDX Tech
Combining the compact dimensions and sporty handling of an Acura TSX with the height and utility of an MDX, the Acura RDX is a smart small SUV that is both functional and fun to drive. Fitted with an efficient 2.3-liter, 240-horsepower inline-4, the turbocharged RDX produces V6-like power while still achieving decent fuel economy.

A three-quarter rear view of a 2010 Acura TSX

Acura TSX Tech V6
The V6 version of Acura’s TSX sports sedan offers greatly improved performance with its beefed-up, 280-horsepower engine and recalibrated suspension. Our tester also came fitted with the aptly-named Tech package, which adds cool features like the AcuraLink communication system with real-time traffic.

Acura ZDX
Although its appearance resembles a bulked-up sports car mated to a spacious sedan, the Acura RDX is in fact a slick SUV-like 5-door crossover. Boasting a 3.7 liter V6 engine, the vehicle's swoopy style offers crisp dynamics and adaptive suspension.

A three-quarter rear view of a 2009 Acura TL

Acura TL
Acura’s fourth-generation TL features an angular, redesigned body and a 3.5-liter SOHC V6 engine capable of exerting 280 horsepower. Along with a roomier interior, this luxury sedan comes with amenities that include a ten-way adjustable power driver’s seat.

The TL SH-AWD (Super Handling All-Wheel Drive) boasts Acura’s most powerful engine to date: a 3.7-liter, 305-horsepower V6. Additionally, this performance sedan contains a fully automatic transmission, enabling hard acceleration and tight turning.

A three-quarter front view of a 2009 Acura TL SH-AWD

Acura MDX
Big body, nimble handling. These two descriptions are usually oxymoronic in nature, but the Acura MDX manages to pull them off with its Super Handling all-wheel drive system, sporty suspension and sharp steering feel. Plus, there's room for seven in the luxurious, well-equipped cabin.

Acura TSX
Few cars make as much sense as the TSX. It boasts a roomy mid-size body, fuel-efficient inline-4, stellar handling, taught suspension, good looks and loads of high-tech features at a low price. A few more pounds-feet of torque would be nice, but otherwise, the TSX is a great buy.

Acura RDX
Acura's long-awaited small SUV has arrived with a big surprise under the hood— a turbocharged engine. With 240 horsepower, this inline-4 is connected to the same super handling all-wheel drive system found in the RL that makes the RDX one of the better handling SUVs.

Acura TL
Unlike its staid predecessors, the TL is a looker and has performance abilities to back up its sporty styling. A balanced ride, competent handling and powerful V6 engine complement the TL's long list of high-tech gadgets and creature comforts.

Acura RL
This forerunner in the high-tech world has super easy-to-use computer DVD navigation and a Voice Recognition system that picks up hundreds of commands. Add to that–an industry first–an active noise cancellation device that comes on as soon as the engine is started via keyless ignition.

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