Pick nits much?Maybe I'm odd but I fined the A-Spec badges on the fenders kind of feeling out of place. I think it's because the body line swoops instead of it being parallel. May have been better if they were up higher to parallel the hood line. For me I'd probably remove them assuming they are stuck on and not using a hole to stay in place. I think having A-Spec being a trunk and grill badge would have been nicer instead of fenders.
People on this forums are talking about the "flakes" in the paint. His only issue is that you're criticizing Acura and not praising them in every comment. Who's surprised?I mean its really the only flaw I have with its look. But it also stands out very quickly to me.
I'm mixed on struts, as how often do you need to pop the hood? Just to check/change fluids? I added hood struts to my Mustang, but really, it makes next to no difference IMO. Even 60K+ Shelby's don't have struts.Hood struts would have have been great. My 2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i (base model) had it.
Honestly while I like the look, I really don't get why so many people care if a wheel is flat bottom or not. Which is funny as I see so many here saying it should have it, but then I see others on other sites saying they are so tired of the flat bottom wheel trend.I love how he glosses over the missing flat bottom wheel lol, “you don’t need no stinkin flat bottom wheel here”.
Ok Acura, since we can get a heated one you get a pass on the A Spec. If the flat bottom wheel is missing on the Type S that will not be ok.
It’d have been fun if Canada got a heated flat bottom wheel on the A Spec. Prob would’ve broke the Internet, or at least all Integra forum sites.
Outback’s a midsize so it needs one.Hood struts would have have been great. My 2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i (base model) had it.