The 2013 Detroit Auto Show is shaping up to be a busy one, and we're not just talking about Chevrolet Corvettes.
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Acura has unveiled its new advertising campaign for the 2014 MDX, and boy is it a snoozer.
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.
Acura has been busy over the past 48 hours unveiling NSX concept 2.0, the 2014 MDX prototype, and now, the automaker is announcing prices for the 2014 Acura RLX.