Honda's Mendel to retire April 1; Conrad gets top roleTue, 21, Feb 2017
John Mendel, an auto industry veteran who steered Honda and Acura through the Takata airbag crisis, is retiring as executive vice president of American Honda's auto divisions, effective April 1. His duties will be taken over by Jeff Conrad, general manager of the Honda division.
First supercar built in U.S.? Not NSXMon, 06, Feb 2017
Acura details plans to update TLXMon, 06, Feb 2017
Trucks power 5.9% gain at Honda; Acura strugglesWed, 01, Feb 2017
'17 sales to increase, Acura tells dealersSat, 28, Jan 2017
Despite a dip in Acura sales in 2016, a plateauing industry and only mild upgrades to a few of its sedans, Acura is forecasting a sales increase for 2017. The news came during the brand's make meeting, according to several dealers who attended.
New face, go-fast variant for Acura TLX?Mon, 30, Jan 2017
Acura dealers hope to reverse sliding profitabilityFri, 27, Jan 2017
Like their Honda brethren, Acura dealers last year were preoccupied with resolving Takata problems for customers, and the ripple effects drove down profits nationwide. Without the airbag problems this year, dealers hope for a turnaround in profitability and a renewed focus on all things non-Takata related, according to Jim Morino.
Acura's '18 TLX adopts brand's new grilleTue, 24, Jan 2017
Acura's midsize TLX looks to be the next model to get the brand's new face, according to new spy photographs out of California. The 2018 version of the front-wheel-drive sport sedan was caught during a commercial shoot wearing Acura's new grille that debuted on the freshened MDX crossover last year.