Acura's parent company Honda was one of the first to offer a hands-free system called HandsFreeLink. In their rush to beat the competition, however, they missed a defect that allows the system to stay on at all times. Yes, even after the car has been turned off. This parasitic electrical drain puts strain on the entire electrical system and had led to numerous reports of dead batteries and burnt out alternators.Read More
Acura Issues with Lawsuits
There's growing concern that some sort of electrical overstress is messing with airbag control units (ACU) in certain Acura vehicles. And that's a problem since it's the sensor that senses when a crash occurs and tells the airbags to deploy.Read More
2015 Acura TLX owners want to know why their transmissions jerk and hesitate so much. It's a fair question. When you spend $35k+ on a car, you usually do so with the assumption that the transmission will be able to make it's way from 1st to 4th gear without acting like a washing machine filled with bricks.
A Puerto Rico man has sued Honda after being severely injured by an exploding Takata airbag.
A proposed Canadian class action lawsuit that could surpass $1 billion alleges multiple automakers are guilty of using defective and dangerous airbag control units.
A lawsuit alleges that the 2016-2020 MDX and RDX continue to randomly lose engine power, nearly a year after a possibly related fuel pump recall. And proving it to a mechanic is nearly impossible as the power almost always comes back on and...
A California lawsuit is worried that newer MDX and RDX vehicles are dangerous to drive due to a cornucopia of acceleration issues.
Any hope of a proposed class-action lawsuit for faulty window regulators in certain Acure vehicles has fizzled after the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals shot down the proposal in a 2-to-1 ruling.