SAN DIEGO – While sales slumped in 2007, American Honda Motor Co. Inc.’s Acura unit believes its smallest model just might post its best year ever in 2008. Acura is calling for annual volume of 40,000 units for its new, second-generation TSX, which made its public debut yesterday at the New York auto show and hits dealerships in April as an ’09 model. The TSX’s best year was 2006, when about 38,000 were delivered in the U.S. Demand slipped 13.1% to 33,037 units last year. The TSX ...
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