Acura’s Greatest Hits

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By Nandini Sharma

These are the vehicles that have influenced Honda's luxury division.

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Acura Legend (First Generation: 1985–1995) :. The fact that Acura uses Honda's powerful and dependable V6 engine, which has 151 horsepower, and does not rely on rear-wheel drive, contributed to its reduced price.

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Acura NSX (1990–2005) : Ayrton Senna provided feedback for the last round of chassis tweaking, which resulted in it having 270 hp and 210 lb-ft of torque

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Acura Integra (First Generation: 1985–1989) : It was offered with three or five doors with a 1.6-liter dual-overhead-camshaft 16-valve engine that generated 113 hp.

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Acura Integra GS-R (1992–1993) : It was a three-door vehicle with a 1.7-liter B-series DOHC VTEC engine producing 160 horsepower and just a shorter-geared five-speed manual gearbox than ordinary versions.

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Integra Type R (1995-2001) : Prior to 1998, it was only offered in Championship White; however, it was once again offered in 2000 with the option of yellow, red, or black.

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Acura MDX (2000–Present) : The second version was released with a 3.7-liter V6 engine that produced 300 hp as well as optional packages that added active suspension and a 410-watt Acura/ELS DTS Surround audio system.

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Acura NSX (Second Generation: 2016–2022) : Amid-mounted 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 still produces power, as it did in the original generation, but three electric motors now supplement it to provide 573 hp using Acura's SH-AWD system.

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