FARMINGTON, PA – The new Acura RL base model, being introduced for the ’07 model year, should help the vehicle hit its original sales target of 20,000 units annually, a company official says. The flagship RL sedan was introduced nearly two years ago and has under-performed in the U.S. market, selling 17,572 units last year, according to Ward’s data. Year-to-date sales are down 32.9% to 5,660 units. For the ’07 model year, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. has removed the vehicle’s navigation system ...
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