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First Generation Acura Legend (1986-1990)

In 1986, Honda introduced a new line of cars aimed at the luxury market. The new line was called Acura, and the flagship model was the Acura Legend. It was like no other Japanese car previously made: It was much larger, heavier, and more powerful than any other Japanese car at the time

Second Generation Acura Legend (1991-1995)

Introduced in 1991, the second-generation design shares little but its name with the original. Though comprehensively improved, the Legend retains all the features that a member of the Acura family is expected to carry. It's exquisitely engineered, beautifully crafted, refined and reliable. Sleek and conservative, the Legend is a monument to good taste and elegance in automotive design.

First Generation Acura RL (1996-2004)

In 1996, the replacement for the Acura Legend was introduced. Known internally as "KA9", officially, RL originally stood for "Road Luxury," however some suggest that it stood for "Replaces Legend." The 3.5RL was a conservative, well-designed, and well-mannered luxury vehicle.

Second Generation Acura RL (2005-)

A completely new RL was introduced for the 2005 model year. Its main feature is a sophisticated all-wheel drive system Acura calls "Super Handling All Wheel Drive".

Legend Performance

Section to show off highly modified Legends, give performance information (all generations)

General Frequently Asked Questions, DIY Repairs, and DIY Mods

This section contains links to seperate pages for generation specific Frequently Asked Questions, Do It Yourself Repair links, and Do It Yourself Modification/Upgrade links.

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