As far as Acura's main highlights are concerned, the RDX, MDX and TL saw a nice bump in traffic. Compared to it's September 2011 records, the RDX sales saw an 119.9% increase, pushing around 2,938 vehicles off the showroom floor all across America. Based of similar September 2011 figures, the MDX, one of Acura's most well-known models, rolled out 4,692 vehicles and had a solid push of 60.4%. The TL wasn't far behind either in total sales, with over 3,236 models making their way into driver's arms.
These figures were displayed via American Honda and included a snippet from Acura's VP of sales, Jeff Conrad, who went on to say, "Acura's core models of TL and MDX continue as a driving force for the brand."
And with the ILX showing very strong results month in and month out since its debut back in April. Seen as one of their stronger contenders in a very competitive hybrid class of vehicles, one would figure the 2013 ILX to be grouped into the top-performers group in the coming months.
And as one of the top-performing Acura dealerships in MIssouri, Acura of Springfield has certainly been one of the many Acura dealerships contributing to the successful September and is a part of the Jay Wolfe Automotive Group, one of the leading automotive groups in the Midwest.
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