Pros: cheap and good
Cons: rear seats don't fold
Base price around $28k USD and only option is the navigation system. It is selling extremely well so don't expect too much haggling leeway. Preliminary research indicated that you can probably get $500-800 off the MSRP, anything more, consider yourself a winner.
Responsive engine, good power and great suppression of engine noise.
Acceleration 0-60 in the low seven seconds range according to most automotive publications.
A host of standard luxury amenities including leather upholstry, sun/moon roof, power front seats (no memory though), xenon headlights just to name a few.
5-speed automatic with manual shift capabilities is fun.
DVD-based navigation system (covers entire US rather than regions - no more switching/buying discs when crossing states/regions).
Wind noise a bit much but on par with competitors of same class.
Though very useful, Navigation system controls are very awkward.
Lack of folding rear seats, only passthrough for skies is available.
Should have memory drivers seat to complete the perfection.
Conservative exterior styling, handsome, but won't turn heads.
For $30k, there are no better deals out there. Acura quality aside, I challenge you to find a vehicle with similar powertrain and standard equipments for less.
Infiniti I30, Lexus ES300, Lincoln LS 3.0, SAAB 9-5, Mercedes Benz C280.