2016 Acura MDX and TLX Named Best Cars for the Money from U.S. News & World Report TORRANCE, Calif. – 2/9/2016

2016 Acura MDX and TLX Named Best Cars for the Money from U.S. News & World Report TORRANCE, Calif. – 2/9/2016

The 2016 Acura MDX and TLX have received 2016 Best Cars for the Money awards from U.S. News & World Report.  The 2016 MDX was named the Best Luxury 3-Row SUV for the Money and the 2016 TLX earned the Best Upscale Midsize Car for the Money distinction.

The MDX, the best-selling 3-row luxury SUV of all time, has been lauded with the Best Cars for the Money award in the 3-Row SUV category for four consecutive years, while the TLX has received the Best Cars for the Money distinction for the second straight year, earning the honor in every year since the midsize luxury sedan was introduced to the market in 2014.

“Having our best-selling luxury SUV and performance sedan earn the Best Cars for the Money distinction in consecutive years demonstrates our ability to consistently provide our customers with outstanding performance, quality and reliability,” said Jon Ikeda, vice president and general manager of Acura.

The Best Cars for the Money methodology combines quality and value data into a composite score. Within each of the classes, the vehicle with the highest score is named the Best Car for the Money. Quality is measured by the overall score a vehicle achieved in the U.S. News car rankings at the time the awards are published. The rankings, updated regularly, compare cars on the basis of safety, reliability and a consensus of industry experts’ opinions. Value is measured by a combination of a vehicle’s five-year total cost of ownership provided by Vincentric, LLC  and the average price paid for the vehicle at the time the awards are published, as calculated by TrueCar.com.

The 2016 Acura MDX, TLX and other winners can be found at http://usnews.com/cars-money.

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About Acura
Acura is a leading automotive luxury nameplate that delivers Precision Crafted Performance through advanced product design and innovative technologies. On March 27, 2016, Acura will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its launch as the first luxury nameplate from a Japanese automaker. Nearly 98 percent of the products Acura sold in America in 2015 were built in America using domestic and globally sourced parts.

The Acura lineup features five distinctive models – the RLX luxury flagship sedan, the TLX performance luxury sedan, the ILX sport sedan, the 5-passenger RDX luxury crossover SUV, and the seven-passenger Acura MDX, America’s all-time best-selling three-row luxury SUV. This spring, Acura will launch its next-generation, electrified NSX supercar as a new and pinnacle expression of Acura Precision Crafted Performance.

About U.S. News Best Cars
Since 2007, U.S. News Best Cars, the automotive channel of U.S. News & World Report, has published rankings of the majority of new vehicles sold in America. Each year, U.S. News publishes the Best Cars awards, including Best Vehicle Brands, Best Cars for the Money and Best Cars for Families. U.S. News Best Cars had over 45 million unique visitors over the past year, with over 65 percent of visitors actively shopping for a car. 80 percent of active shoppers reported that the U.S. News Best Cars site influenced their car purchasing decision.

About U.S. News & World Report
U.S. News & World Report is a digital news and information company that empowers people to make better, more informed decisions about important issues affecting their lives. Focusing on Education, Health, Personal Finance, Travel, Cars and News & Opinion, www.usnews.com provides consumer advice, rankings, news and analysis to serve people making complex decisions throughout all stages of life. More than 30 million people visit www.usnews.com each month for research and guidance. Founded in 1933, U.S. News is headquartered in Washington, D.C.