Acura dealers have been waiting for several years for Honda’s premium brand to remake its aging lineup to better compete with fresher rivals. The new year brings it two steps closer, with new generations of the TLX midsize sedan and MDX midsize crossover.
With hopes that the coronavirus will begin to fade in 2021, Acura is accelerating its rebirth around the tag line of Precision Crafted Performance. It’s also reviving Type S performance variants to take on the sporty trims offered by German and Asian competitors.
Acura dealers are ready, said John Connelly, chairman of the Acura National Dealer Advisory Board and owner of Acura Columbus in Dublin, Ohio — even with the inevitable jump in sticker prices that comes with developing better-performing, more luxurious vehicles with the newest technology.
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