Reviewers of the 2017 Acura RDX repeatedly cite its good value, comfort, power and numerous standard features. That’s why drivers tell us at Speedcraft Acura that they are choosing the 2017 Acura RDX after comparing it against the 2017 Volvo XC60.
U.S. News and World Report, which ranks the 2017 Acura RDX at No. 3 out of 14 luxury compact SUVs, cites the 2017 Acura RDX’s “peppy and capable” V6 engine and smooth, quiet ride. The Car Connection, the car review website, says the 2017 Acura RDX has “just the right amount of versatility and practicality,” and is “one of the smoothest, most responsive-driving compact crossover SUVs.” Edmunds likes the elevated rear seat, which provides good legroom and views, generous storage for luxury compact SUVs and more features that its competitors. Read the rest of this entry »
Every driver should know that rotating Acura tires is important, but why should it be done and when?
Consider if it’s not done: The tread will wear unevenly, and one or two tires will need replacement before the others. Rear tires tend to wear fairly evenly, but the front tires usually wear faster and less uniformly. Front tires need to lean to the outside edge on corners, and they carry more weight than the rear tires because they’re closer to the engine and get more stress upon braking. Rotating your tires – side to side, front to back, or even diagonally – will ensure that they last as long as possible, wear more evenly, and that your car will handle predictably. Tires that wear unevenly are noisier as well. Read the rest of this entry »
New Design, New Driving Experience: 2018 Acura RLX
The 2018 Acura RLX, Acura’s top-of-the-line luxury sports sedan that was unveiled in August, boasts a new “transformational” design that is considered to be the most substantial and sophisticated yet. The new 2018 Acura RLX will go on sale in November at Speedcraft Acura in West Warwick.
One of the many features on the 2018 Acura RLX, called “the best-performing Acura sedan ever,” is S310-HP Precision All-Wheel Steer™ paired with an all-new 10-Speed Automatic Transmission.
Affordable, Sporty and Powerful: The 2017 Acura ILX
If you’re looking for an affordable luxury sedan with decent gas mileage and numerous standard features, the 2017 Acura ILX is for you. The 2017 Acura ILX is less than you think at Speedcraft Acura in West Warwick.
Genuine Acura Accessories – Speedcraft Acura
Your Acura is waiting for you to personalized it with Acura Genuine Accessories. It is more than just the available all-season floormats for first, second, or third row, or the car cover and sunshade that are a tailored fit. Protect your interior with a cargo liner, and your exterior with splash guards or wheel-locks. Any scratches are a quick fix with a first aid kit or touchup paint that is an exact match to your model. Your Acura can become even more extraordinary with the Acura Genuine Accessories made specifically for your vehicle.
Extend the Life of Your Acura Battery
It can be a drain when your Acura does not start, especially if you killed the battery. An Acura battery might be drained from leaving light on when not in use, but it can be recharged. If there is repeated electronic problems, ignition problems, or it has no charge at all, it could mean your Acura battery needs to be replaced. It’s important to always replace with a Genuine Acura Battery. The following issues can impact the life of your Acura battery.
For the Drive Home and Everywhere Else: The 2018 Acura RDX
The road is waiting for you when you’re behind the wheel of the 2018 Acura RDX. Get rolling with hill start assist and settle in with steering wheel mounted cruise control, audio, phone, Multi-Information Display (MID), and available voice recognition. The 4-wheel anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brake distribution (EBD), and brake assist get the vehicle safely to a stop again. The tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) makes sure all the tires keep rolling for a long life. A multi-view rear camera with dynamic guidelines make backing up safe and simple. With airbags for the front, front side, and side curtain, rollover sensor, side impact door beams, and Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure, the 2018 Acura RDX is ready for the unexpected. Read the rest of this entry »
A Brief History of Acura
Today, there are a multitude of vehicle makes and models driving around. It is hard to imagine the time when there was only a few brands in the market. Honda began envisioning their luxury division of vehicles in the early 1980’s. It not be until 1984 that the name Acura was officially announced, however this was not going to be sold alongside popular Honda models. Acura was going to become a separation from the economic vehicles Honda produced at the time, and take on other luxury car manufacturers. Read the rest of this entry »
2018 Acura TLX: Something for Everyone
Standard feels like an understatement, when you look at all the baseline features that come with the 2018 Acura TLX. Get 206 horsepower from the 2.4 liter, direct injection 4-cylinder engine with 8-speed DCT (Dual-Clutch Transmission) with torque converter and sequential SportShift paddle shifters. See further with the Jewel Eye® LED headlights, and be seen with LED-illuminated heated side mirror, integrated with the directional signals, including reverse gear tilt-down. The powered moonroof can be opened remotely, along with the windows, and fill-ups are a faster with the capless fuel lid. The acoustic glass windshield keeps distractions at bay, wherever you go in the Acura TLX.
Advance and Technology: The 2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid.
The 2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid SH-AWD is here with 3-liter, V-6 engine, 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, and 3-motor sport-hybrid system. Elegance is refined with the perforated leather seats, metal-finish foot pedals, active damper system and Sport+ IDS setting. The Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS), Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™), road departure mitigation, and front and rear parking sensors will make sure you arrive in style. Have you put your order in yet? Read the rest of this entry »