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Is the Acura Legend a good car?
Although most Acura Legends on the road now have high mileage, its reputation for consistently strong reliability makes well-maintained examples an excellent choice. The original, slightly smaller Acura Legend was produced from 1986-’90 and available in coupe and sedan body styles.
How much horsepower does a 1988 Acura Legend have?
161 hp @ 5900 rpm
1988 Acura Legend Coupe Specifications
|SOHC, 90? V-6, 24 valve
|Horsepower (SAE Net)
|161 hp @ 5900 rpm
|162 Ib-ft @ 4500 rpm
|Bore & Stroke
|87mm x 75mm 3.42 in. x 2.95 in.
What engine is in a 1992 Acura Legend?
3.2 L V61992 Acura Legend / Engine
What kind of car is an Acura Legend?
The Acura Legend is a mid-size luxury/executive car manufactured by Honda. It was sold in the U.S., Canada, and parts of China under Honda’s luxury brand, Acura, from 1985 to 1995, as both a sedan, which was classified as a full-size car, and a coupe, which was classified as a mid-size car…
Why did Honda choose the Acura NSX over the Legend coupe?
Appearance of the sedan was adopted from the first generation Legend coupe and Honda also wanted to visually align the appearance of both the Legend coupe and sedan to the Acura NSX. Legend coupes also shared the same mirror design as the first generation NSX.
What kind of engine does a 1987 Acura Legend have?
Acura added a two-door Legend coupe for the 1987 year, and our colleagues at MotorTrend liked it well enough to name it their Import Car of the Year in 1987. The coupe had a double-wishbone rear suspension and its V-6 was bored out to 2.7 liters for an increase of 10 hp and 10 lb-ft.
Why is the Honda Legend not called the RL anymore?
Nonetheless Honda executives felt that the Legend nameplate was overshadowing the Acura marque in the United States, plus other luxury marques like Mercedes-Benz and BMW used alphanumeric designations, hence the third-generation Legend sedan would be badged as the RL for North America.