Toronto, Ontario — Sure maybe its hair is thinning and pop gives it a headache now, but we should still all congratulate Acura Canada on it’s 35th anniversary in the country and for finding a new passion in frisbee golf.
In celebration of its 35th year, Acura announced on Monday that the Honda-owned automaker has sold nearly 598,000 luxury cars and SUVs since the brand first launched in Canada in 1987.
“We’re proud to celebrate 35 years of Acura in Canada,” said assistant v-p of Acura Canada, James Marchand.
“Our Canadian manufacturing and sales teams have played a strong role in the success of Acura in North America.
Marchand also took the time to promote the new Integra model being released this spring, as well as an unnamed electric SUV set to debut in 2024.
Honda’s Alliston, Ont. manufacturing plant has built more than 800,000 Acura vehicles, including the first generation MDX and ZDX models, as well as the Canadian-exclusive EL and CSX sedans.
Currently, all Acura production in North America takes place in Ohio.