Acura Tire Pressure


Accurate Acura tire pressure for the CL, CSX, EL, Integra, Legend, MDX, NSX, RDX, RL, RSX, SLX, TL, TSX, Vigor, ZDX and the other Acura models is important. Why?

It is because the correct Acura tire pressure reduces the chance of blow outs that can cause accidents on the road. Proper tyre pressures also reduce tread wear, gas bills and the emission of harmful greenhouse gases into our atmosphere.

Who determines the optimal tyre pressures for the CL, CSX, EL, Integra, Legend, MDX, NSX, RDX, RL, RSX, SLX, TL, TSX, Vigor, ZDX and other models made by this Japanese car brand?

It is the top executives from the parent company: Honda Motors. It should be noted that when Acura was launched by Honda in 1986, it was the first luxury car brand launched by a Japanese car maker; until then, the Japanese car makers had made only economy cars.

After the success of the Legend, the first model by Acura, the other Japanese car makers gained confidence and followed suit soon thereafter with their own luxury brands. The rest, of course, is an Asian onslaught, including by South Korea's Hyundai, that changed the car industry around the world.

Please write or call the above Honda executives at the address and phone number listed and express your desire for better tyre pressure control for their cars.


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