The second-generation Legend Coupe and Sedan that rolled out earlier this year introduced a new twist to the hot-selling Japanese luxury car: an attempt at impressive styling.
The old models sold well but were bland in comparison.
Legend not only looks better than the old one, its mechanical layout and the drivetrain are new.
Instead of refining an already good car, Honda essentially replaced it with what many consider to be a better one.
The downside of all these changes
can be found on the window sticker. The fully equipped Legend Coupe LS now is priced higher than most of its competition in what has been called the ''near luxury'' segment of the market.
The increased price could... Read More