WASHINGTON – Most car makers today seem to have one goal when it comes to selling their vehicles: appeal to a younger buyer. However, American Honda Motor Co. Inc.’s Acura luxury brand thinks its RSX sports coupe is doing just fine attracting this demographic holy grail. Acura RSX Acura currently sells an entry-level sedan, the EL, in Canada, that could be used to attract younger buyers on a budget in the U.S. But John Watts, manager-Acura product planning, says the vehicle isn’t ...
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