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Acura is Honda’s luxury division and offers a full lineup of models ranging from a compact sedan to a large crossover SUV with seven seats in three rows. Though Acura is intended to compete with luxury brands, its pricing and perception reflect a premium brand.

Acura has traditionally emphasized sportiness, bolstered by A-Spec versions of some models as well as the revival of its NSX sports car as a high-performance hybrid. However, Acura’s reliance on front-wheel-drive-based platforms has held it back in the minds of some enthusiasts even though most of its models offer all-wheel drive.

Car models in the U.S. include the compact ILX sedan, NSX coupe and TLX mid-size sedan. Crossover SUVs include the compact RDX and three-row MDX.

Honda and Acura are headquartered in Japan.

Most fuel-efficient:

ILX

28 combined mpg

RLX Sport Hybrid

28 combined mpg

Lowest price:

ILX

$25,900 starting MSRP

TLX

$33,000 starting MSRP

Most fuel-efficient:

ILX

28 combined mpg

RLX Sport Hybrid

28 combined mpg

Lowest price:

ILX

$25,900 starting MSRP

TLX

$33,000 starting MSRP

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Cars

Acura ILX

$26,100

starting MSRP

Acura NSX

$157,500

starting MSRP

Acura RLX

$54,900

starting MSRP

SUVs

Acura MDX

$46,900

starting MSRP

Acura MDX Sport Hybrid

$53,000

starting MSRP

Acura RDX

$38,400

starting MSRP

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