The 1994 Acura Legend Coupe Proves that Acura Used to Be Cool

The 1994 Acura Legend Coupe Proves that Acura Used to Be Cool


The 1994 Acura Legend Coupe was a seriously cool Acura — if you can believe it. Today I’m reviewing this Legend Coupe and I’m showing you why the Acura Legend used to be a cool, exciting car.

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  1. Timmy MacGruber says:

    Huge trunk, good visibility, low maintenance costs, great reliability (e.g. no crazy electronic infotainment screens to break), easy to see out of, easy to get in and out of, easy to drive, kids love the back windows….PRACTICALITY = 4 out of 10? What vehicle represents a 10?

  2. Flipperman.TheTruth says:

    I wish this car was available where I live

  3. Bible Flock Box says:

    I had a 4 door 91 Legend and I loved it.

  4. Alexander Addison says:

    People are hard on modern Acuras, but I own one and it’s surprisingly similar in nature to this. Even has the same trunk main switch, same headlight chime. Mine has no body roll though. ?

    I’d like to see Doug review a 2018 RLX Sport Hybrid. It’s the modern evolution of the legend, and in Japan is still sold as a legend. It has all wheel drive and a hybrid power train like the new NSX, and makes 377 horsepower. Bet it handles better than this legend, too, in spite of being a luxury car.

  5. Antonio. says:

    This is one of the cars that it really needed a RWD Convertion

    • Phil Maurer says:

      It wasn’t that bad… it ran the v6 longitudinally mounted with equal length drive shafts so torque steer was not bad at all… It had some don;t get me wrong under WOT going into 2nd and 3rd. I was always a bit surprised that no one did the NSX engine and drive line conversion on one of these It would have fit easily and had the transmission tunnel already there.

    • wyrazowfkp says:

      +Phil Maurer NSX has the engine in the back (mid mounted), so you would need an rwd gearbox anyway and some diff or put the engine instead of the rear seats ???

    • Supreme Leader Spock says:

      Because Honda don’t know what the fuck they’re doing. So close to a rwd classic but they had to chicken out and run the power back to the front.

    • Supreme Leader Spock says:

      The nsx is basically an accord with the engine in the back. Transverse everything

    • Some One says:

      Was a guy in Houston Texas that had a 94 with a Rb25 swap. It was a R34 look alike

  6. GarageNextDoor says:

    YES!!! The best car to start off 2019 with, ACURA LEGEND!

  7. Bob Siddoway says:

    I used to have a white Legend coupe just like that! Awesome, fun car. Wish I still had it.

  8. ChaosphereIX says:

    Better than any Acura today. Timeless classic.

  9. Gulyabani says:

    Soft-close doors were on Mercedes and Bmw since begin 90’s. Seatbelt who present themselves were on all Mercedes coupes since 80s.

  10. A Glimpse Inside says:

    At 6:23 The warning chime sounds like the beginning to be home alone theme song. Take a listen

  11. harrifongostudios says:

    Do the Acura vigor! It’s the ONLY 5 cylinder vehicle Honda ever made.

  12. Cameron McPherson says:

    Best Doug DeMuro video of 2019 so far.

  13. bust0ne says:

    20:03 dont forget your wallet, doug

  14. Julia I МАSTURBÃТЕ WАTСН VIDЕ0 says:

    1993 Acura Legend

  15. T AN says:

    13:48 it’s not an upside down Honda logo lol. It’s a caliper used for precision measuring. Also an A for accuracy Which is where they got the name Acura…cmon now Doug.

  16. Phonene says:

    I saw a picture of this car but the license plate said “of Zelda” and when you looked at the back of the car it said, “Legend of Zelda”

  17. 501 Premium says:

    Well that’s a good way to start your 2019

  18. Winning Window Tints says:

    If you where a drug dealer in the 90’s you had to have one of these

  19. Rico4you says:

    Courtesy light was the preview of today’s Ambient light

    • Kevin Scott says:

      The name “courtesy lights” was also used for the same thing, footwell lights, in 60s/70s American luxury cars; at least that’s what GM called them. Back then they just had an on/off switch, not a dimmer.

  20. Arsalan. AFG says:

    Doug is the kind of guy to read owners manual to his kids as a bedtime story

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