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Next Month, Acura CSX Goes On Sale




By Stacey Wilson

First off, what is the 2007 Acura CSX all about?

You can sure take a hint from Jim Miller, the executive vice president of Honda's Canada arm. He does say, "The new Type S model will serve as a gateway product to Acura's performance heritage for those Canadians who want both affordable luxury and high performance."

So now you are asking, Honda? What does Honda have to do with the 2007 Acura CSX?

Well, in simple terms, let us just say that Honda is the mothership from where all those Acura vehicles come from. Honda is the company under which the Acura brand can be found.

Anyhow, you see, the newest version of the 2007 Acura CSX Type S would soon be gracing the dealerships and showrooms in Canada. No, those who live in the United States would still have to wait and see if the vehicle would be available in their market. This is primarily because Acura and Honda have chosen Canada as the single market where they would be launching and marketing this high performance luxury sedan. So to those who are in the United States, you would have to make do with all other Acura vehicles and spruce them up with your chosen Acura auto parts.

What has got the 2007 Acura CSX Type S got to offer? Well, there is the new two liter i-VTEC engine that can actually produce some 197 units of horsepower. If you want to count that in. And to this, Miller was recorded to say, "There was a time when the 100 horsepower per liter benchmark was an exclusive calling card of race car engines." But at present, it looks like more and more vehicles are offering such kind of power in the most ordinary cars and vehicles in town.

So as to help the 2007 Acura CSX Type S get more and show off more in its performance, Acura has built the vehicle with a six speed manual transmission system which is close-ratio. Plus, the car also has got a speed sensitive electric power steering system that would give drivers that sporty driving effect and powerful control.


 
 
About the Author
As a former news correspondent for an auto-related website, Stacey has gathered extensive knowledge and experience in the automotive industry. This 34 year old mother of two from Memphis is a genuine car lover.

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