Before I bought this vehicle I was
worried about the torque pull, its
lack of refinement and its comparison
to others in its class. After a test
drive, I questioned it no more. The
technical beauty of Acura's Limited
slip differential took some getting
used to, but it does behave much like
a RWD sports car in its handling. The
bottom line of this vehicle is that it
successfully merges the best aspects
of a FWD luxury sedan with the
performance of a sports coupe. What a
shame that this car is being d/c'd. I
hope that Acura doesn't shy away from
this platform in the future.
Engine, 6 speed tranny, seats. Just
plain fun to drive.
Stereo needs about 30 more db,
navigation needs more detail in
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