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AutoComplete: Acura's new NSX supercar may be in sales trouble
Here's what making news on Road Show.
Acura's NSX may wow onlookers us and delight drivers but if it lacks for anything, it maybe buyers.
The new hybrid super car looks to be sitting on dealer lots.
Road Show found listings for well over 150 new models at dealers online and the company sold just 269 units last year.
A long awaited super car this new should still be fulfilling orders on a wait list, right?
Subaru's often overlooked Legacy is headed to this month's Chicago Auto Show with a pascal of small, but important changes.
The all wheel drive sedan's look have been subtly tweaked, but it's the cabin upgrades you should pay attention to most.
A newly available 8 inch Starlink entertainment system promises snappy performance and lots of apps.
But even base models get standard Apple Carplay and Android Auto.
Remember fox, sell more than just close of this.
If you like first we can think to have the need to hold your family on.
Time has a new wagon for you.
Mercedes amg e63 s now based on benzes excellent w213 chassis.
Has a twin turbo V8 with 603 horses, and it'll run to 60 in just 3.4 seconds.
With standard all wheel drive, gobs of space, and some of the most advanced tech out there, it's a great way to stand out amidst a sea of me too SUVs.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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