FARMINGTON, PA ‚Äď American Honda Motor Co. Inc.‚Äôs Acura brand is targeting a different demographic with its next-generation MDX cross/utility vehicle, which goes on sale this fall. The first-generation MDX appealed to women more than men (57% vs. 43%), with an average age of 42 and an annual household income of $150,000. All were married, with at least two children, Acura officials say. The new ‚Äô07 MDX is expected to appeal to the ‚Äúdriver dad,‚ÄĚ an executive or professional between the ...
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