Honda Says 'No' To RWD Sedans

July 21, 2009

Although rear-wheel-drive vehicles dominate the luxury segment, Honda's new president Takanobu Ito has said that he intends to maintain the company's current policy against building RWD sedans. Instead, Ito wants to push the design and technology envelopes by offering better fuel economy and more powertrain options for consumers. (Case in point: the seriously sweet 2010 Acura ZDX.) But will all-wheel-drive on Hondas and Acuras sate upscale drivers' hunger for speed and handling? [MotorAuthority]

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