If you’ve ever owned an Acura before, then you know how reliable they are. Great performance and gas mileage makes Acura cars popular among mainstream car owners. Our Acura inventory is significant, with over 30 used Acura engines in stock. We carry the Legend, CL, Vigor, Integra, MDX, NSX, NSX-T, RL, RSX, SLX, TL and TSX. The models listed are available with four cylinder and six cylinder engines; the unusual five- cylinder engine is present in the TL and the Vigor only. Browse our used Acura engines to see the differences in liters for each model.
Used BMW Engines
Speaking of reliability and quality performance, BMW may rival both Acura and Audi. Constructed from excellent materials both inside and out, BMW statistically shows fewer needs for repair than other cars. Our inventory of used BMW engines rivals Audi and Acura as well. We have over 50 different types of used BMW engines, including the 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8 Series. In addition, we also carry the M, X and Z Series. Cylinder power tends to be available in the typical four and six cylinders, but a used BMW engine with an eight cylinder or twelve cylinder engine is the envy of all. A used BMW engine may also come as a turbo diesel engine, if you get the 5 Series (V6) or 6 Series (V6) engine.
Acura is a luxury vehicle manufacturing division of the Japanese auto giant, Honda Motor Company. The brand primarily competes with Cadillac, Lexus and Infiniti. Acura was launched in March 1986 and has a widespread presence in Canada, Hong Kong, and the US. Acura debuted in Mexico in 2004 and later in China in 2006. Honda has plans to market the brand in Russia and the Japanese domestic market in 2008. The Acura brand is Honda's first inroad into the luxury car market. Earlier most Japanese cars targeted low cost consumers and featured economical designs. In 1986, about four years after the Legend and Integra debuted, Acura launched the NSX, a V6 powered, rear-wheel-drive sports car. The NSX was touted as the first Japanese car which was capable of standing up to Ferrari and Porsche. The NSX was fully crafted of aluminum and was marketed and was viewed by people as a sort of: Everyday Supercar”.
The success of the Acura sports car models was partially due to ease of use, reliability and quality, as these are traits one normally didn't associate with sports car at that time. Despite an enthusiastic marketing program, the sales of the brand suffered in the 1990s. Critics attributed the decline in part to the uninspiring engines which were said to be re-branded Honda engines. Acura switched to an alphanumeric nomenclature and dropped the Legend and Integra titles. The 1996 3.5 RL replaced the Legend and failed to live up to its predecessor's title which had sort of garnered a cult following. The RL's V6 generated 210 horsepower engine was later upgraded to 225 hp. It had front-wheel-drive and was analogous to the V-8 powered Lexus LS400. About a year later the Integra salon was replaced by the Acura 1.6EL, but the vehicle was sold only in Canada as a re-branded Honda Civic. A new TL was launched in 2004; it featured a sharp and slick Italian design. The car was powered by a V6 and generated 270 hp. That same year Acura released the TSX which was released in the European market and was basically a revamped Honda Civic with added features. The car was a cheaper alternative to the BMW 3-series and was the only 4-cylinder sedan in Acura's lineup. A new RL debuted was introduced in 2005.
4-Cyl. 2.2L VTEC | 4-Cyl. 2.3L VTEC | V6 3.0 Liter VTEC | V6 3.0L VTEC | V6 3.2 Liter HO VTEC | V6 3.2 Liter VTEC |
4-Cyl. 1.6 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.7 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.7L VTEC | 4-Cyl. 1.8 Liter | 4-Cyl. 1.8L VTEC |
V6 2.5 Liter | V6 2.7 Liter | V6 3.2 Liter |
V6 3.5 Liter | V6 3.5 Liter VTEC |
V6 3.0 Liter | V6 3.0 Liter VTEC | V6 3.2 Liter VTEC |
V6 3.0 Liter VTEC | V6 3.2 Liter VTEC |
V6 3.5 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.0L HO VTEC | 4-Cyl. 2.0L VTEC |
V6 3.5 Liter |
5-Cyl. 2.5 Liter | V6 3.2 Liter | V6 3.2 Liter HO VTEC | V6 3.2 Liter VTEC | V6 3.5 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.4L VTEC |
5-Cyl. 2.5 Liter |