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.
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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.
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.
When Acura unveiled the production versions of the 2013 Acura ILX at the Chicago Auto Show in February, prices were not part of the announcement.