Acura showed us the RLX at the New York Auto Show, and in true Honda fashion, the production version won't be too far of a stretch.
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As a sales leader and de-facto flagship, you can't blame Acura for not messing with success when it came redesigning the MDX.
Honda is planning some sweeping changes to improve its fuel efficiency across its lineup, and in a rare move for the company, it's going to introduce a continuously-variable transmission into its upcoming cars.
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