2006 Acura MDX Video
The 2005 Acura TSX is a good all-around, fun-to-drive car with only a few minor shortcomings in the design and electronics departments.
You won't notice the 2007 Acura RL's shortcomings if you don't push it hard, and its cabin gadgets are very easy to use. If it weren't for the mediocre fuel economy, the RL would be a very good high-tech commute car.
The 2006 Acura TL is the measure of its class rivals in terms of features and value.
The 2006 Acura TSX is a well-balanced, well-appointed car. Its four-cylinder engine is surprisingly stout, and cabin electronics are in line with Acura's high-tech focus, although the carmaker could do with outsourcing its audio systems.
Redesigned for 2009, this Acura TSX is loaded with tech, but is that enough?
Acura's big SUV carries an even bigger tech payload.
The little Acura SUV is sleek, but it's not always pretty in style or tech.
Acura's largest vehicle has room for seven and a lot of tech.
For around $30,000, you can put a lot more excitement into your life than what's offered by the 2007 Acura TSX. But the TSX is a good value with real geek appeal, bringing in a complete set of cabin gadgets for a good price.
In 2005, Acura's RL was the first car we gave an Editor's Choice to, mainly thanks to the car's forward-thinking tech. Now eight years later, can Acura recapture the magic?