Acura Legend

The Acura Legend is a luxury car manufactured by Honda sold in the U.S., Canada, and parts of China, under Honda's luxury brand, Acura from 1986 to 1995 as both a sedan and coupe. It was the first flagship sedan sold under the Acura nameplate, until being renamed in 1996 as the Acura 3.5RL. The 3.5RL was North American version of the KA9 series Honda Legend.

The opportunity for Japanese manufacturers to export more expensive models had arisen with the 1980s voluntary export restraints, negotiated by the Japanese government and U.S. trade representatives, restricting mainstream car sales. The initial success of the Legend and Honda's Acura division in competing against established European and American luxury manufacturers would lead to Toyota and Nissan creating the Lexus and Infiniti brands, respectively, to compete in the luxury car market.

Read more about Acura Legend:  First Generation (1986–1990), Second Generation (1991–1995), In Popular Culture

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Acura Legend - In Popular Culture
... of MTV's reality show Cribs, hip-hop artist Ludacris owns a 1993 Acura Legend sedan, which he calls his favorite car ... episode, "Woman of the Year" (set in 2010, 14 years after the Legend was discontinued) Jean-Ralphio brags about his "pre-owned Acura Legend" ...
Honda C Engine - C32A
... Only C32A1 - SOHC USDM - 200 hp (149 kW) 1991-1995 Acura Legend sedan 1991-1992 Acura Legend coupe C32A6 - SOHC USDM - 200 hp (149 kW) 1996-1998 Acura 3.2TL C32A5 - Also known as the "Type-II ...
Honda G4 Transmission
... Introduced in 1986 on the new flagship Honda/Acura Legend, it was replaced by the updated MPYA ... Applications 1986–1987 Acura Legend (G4) 1988–1989 Acura Legend (L5) 1990 Acura Legend (PL5X) ...

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