Acura has unveiled its new advertising campaign for the 2014 MDX, and boy is it a snoozer.
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We’ve noticed a trend of automakers largely sticking with their 2011 prices for 2012 models, but Acura has chosen to price its TSX sports sedan and wagon lineup a modest $200 higher than last year’s models.
The Acura TSX is relatively unchanged for 2013, except for a modest price increase that prevents Acura from bragging that its entry-level luxury car starts "below 30 grand."
Whereas the outgoing TSX started at $29,810, this new one gets a $700 increase to $30,510.