The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety began crash testing cars in 1995, at the tail end of Clinton's first administration.
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Honda's luck is deflating.
The Honda Accord Euro is not a nameplate many are familiar with in the U.S., but that's because the automaker has employed its luxury arm—Acura—to sell the car as the Acura TSX here in the U.S.
We already know what the 2013 Acura RLX looks like.