MIDDLEBURG, VA – Honda will offer stop/start in North America for the first time, with the debut of the '15 Acura TLX sedan next month. Honda already has stop/start, which shuts down a vehicle's engine at rest and restarts it when either the brake is released or accelerator pedal pressed, on some models sold in Japan and Europe. Acura decided to pluck the technology, dubbed Idle Stop, off Honda's shelf for the TLX as a fuel-saving feature for the new sedan's heaviest ...

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