Acura or Lexus: Only 1 in 21 People Can Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles! Can You?

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Kennita Leon

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Who made this vehicle?

This hybrid electric automobile was steadily produced from January 2011 until its discontinuation in 2017.

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Who made this vehicle?

Manufactured by Honda, the Acura Legend was produced for two model generations from 1985 to 1995.

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Who made this vehicle?

Also known as the Acura MDX in Japan and Australia, this 4-door mid-size crossover luxury car is currently in its third generation.

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Who made this vehicle?

This slightly upgraded and re-badged Isuzu Trooper model was introduced in 1995 and sold throughout 1996 to 1999.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Lexus RX (Radiant Crossover) is a five-door compact SUV which has been in production since its introduction in 1998.

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Who made this vehicle?

This midsize 2-door coupe, of which there are two model generations, was the first Acura model to be built in the United States.

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Who made this vehicle?

Officially referred to as the Honda Vigor, this premium sedan was sold in the United States as the Acura Vigor from 1991 to 1994.

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Who made this vehicle?

This front-engine, rear/all-wheel drive was introduced in 2013 as the fourth model generation of the Lexus GS.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Lexus IS, a compact executive car, has been in near continuous production since its debut in October 1998.

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Who made this vehicle?

This Japanese compact luxury crossover was launched at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition on 20 April 2014 for the 2015 model year.

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Who made this vehicle?

This model emerged in 2006 for the 2007 model year as Acura's very first compact luxury crossover SUV.

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Who made this vehicle?

Officially called the Honda NSX, this model re-emerged in 2016 for the second generation after an 11-year hiatus.

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Who made this vehicle?

This front-engine, mid-sized luxury sedan was introduced in July 2014 as a successor for the Acura TL and Acura TSX models.

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Who made this vehicle?

This concept car was designed upon Steven Spielberg's request for his 2002 film, "Minority Report."

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Who made this vehicle?

After succeeding the Acura Legend in 1995, this full-size luxury sedan went on to produce two generations over 16 model years.

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Who made this vehicle?

Since its debut in 2003, this medium-sized entry-level car has won numerous awards including the 2008 "Wheels Car of the Year" award.

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Who made this vehicle?

Introduced in 1995, this four-door, four-wheel drive is currently Lexus' largest and most expensive full-sized luxury SUV.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Acura Integra, officially marketed as the Honda Integra, was a sport compact which was discontinued in 2006, nearly 20 years after its debut.

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Who made this vehicle?

Now into its first generation, this subcompact executive car was initially introduced as a concept car at the 2012 North American International Auto Show.

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Who made this vehicle?

In 2001, this road car was converted into a racing machine by the Cheshire-based Motorsport in order to partake in the British Touring Car Championship.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Acura EL, a subcompact executive car, was discontinued in 2005, at the end of its second model generation.

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Who made this vehicle?

Later referred to as the HPD ARX-01, this range of Le Mans Prototype was the first purpose-built race car constructed by the Acura.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Lexus LS, a full-size luxury vehicle, has produced five model generations, four of which were fitted with V8 engines.

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Who made this vehicle?

Currently in its fourth generation, this executive car model was also sold in Japan as the Toyota Arista from 1991 to 2005.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Acura RLX, a mid-size luxury vehicle, was introduced in 2013 for the 2014 model year and has been in production since.

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Who made this vehicle?

This mid-size luxury crossover SUV, which has produced four model generations to date, was marketed as the Toyota Harrier in Japan up until 2015.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Lexus ES is a range of compact, mid-size and executive cars which have been manufactured by Toyota and sold by Lexus since 1989.

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Who made this vehicle?

This Honda model was officially marketed in the U.S. under the Acura brand from 1997 – 1998 and 2000 – 2001.

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Who made this vehicle?

Revealed at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, this 2-door compact luxury car has been produced by Lexus, Toyota's luxury division, since 2014.

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Who made this vehicle?

In 2009, this entry-level luxury car was introduced by Lexus as the successor of the 2002 – 2006 Toyota Windom XV30.

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Who made this vehicle?

Production for this 4-door sedan lasted from the 2006 to 2011 model years, during which it was known as the Honda Civic in the Japanese domestic market.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Aura ZDX is a 4-door luxury sports coupe which was initially revealed as a concept car at the 2009 New York International Auto Show.

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Who made this vehicle?

This second generation of Lexus IS, a range of compact premium cars and sports sedans, was manufactured and sold from September 2005 to April 2013.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Lexus GX (Grand Crossover), a luxury mid-size SUV, has produced two generations to date since its conception in 2002.

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Who made this vehicle?

This compact sports coupe was produced and marketed from 2001 to 2006 as the fourth and final generation of the Honda Integra compact sports coupe line.

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Who made this vehicle?

Unveiled at the 2004 New York Auto Show, this convertible concept car was fitted with several unique features such as crystal LED tail lamps, a 3D instrument panel, and suede bucket seats.

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Who made this vehicle?

This mid-size luxury vehicle was manufactured and sold from 1995 to 2014 as the replacement for the Acura Vigor.

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Who made this vehicle?

Two model generations of this four-seater, rear-engine, rear-wheel drive grand tourer was produced over 19 model years.

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Who made this vehicle?

This compact luxury crossover SUV made its debut nearly two years ago at the 201 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition.

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Who made this vehicle?

Production for this two-seat supercar ended in December 2012 with a total of 500 units manufactured.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Lexus LC, based on the 2012 LF-L concept coupe, is a personal luxury car/grand tourer which was constructed in 2017 for the 2018 model year.

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Who made this vehicle?

Following the ARX-01, this Le Mans Prototype was Acura's second model which was created for the LMP-1 category of the American Le Mans Series.

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About This Quiz

Usually, when we do these car quizzes, we pit auto brands against each other, and they're normally from different countries. Today, not only are we putting two of Japan's biggest brands against each other, they both also happen to be luxury brands. 

One of them, Acura, is a luxury marque under the Honda brand. With only 32 years in the auto world, it's Japan's first luxury brand. Its success helped propel other Japanese automakers to follow suit. They included Toyota (their competitor in this quiz) and Nissan. The brand's logo is a stylized "A," which some interpret as a slightly skewed "H" for Honda. They're most known for the Integra, the Legend, and their NSX models.  

Lexus, on the other hand, is younger, at 29 years old, and the luxury division under the Toyota brand. Despite being younger than Acura, it is Japan's biggest luxury brand seller. It's currently being sold in more than 70 countries across the world and sold more than 330,000 of its sporty, luxurious, sought after models in the United States alone, in 2016. 

If you think you've got what it takes to differentiate these closely related luxury brands, try your hand at our quiz! Have fun and good luck!


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