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Honda Acura MDX hits the Market Tomorrow

The American Honda has introduced another powerful and sophisticated 2018 Acura MDX luxury SUV which would arrive  Acura dealerships tomorrow.

The brand comes with a faster, more capable and modern user interface, with vivid new colours and a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at $44,200 just $150 more than the outgoing model, the statement claims.

The Acura MDX is the best-selling three-row luxury SUVs of all times and has been recognised by Edmunds.com as the "Most Wanted Luxury Midsize SUV"  2017 and as "Best Luxury Three-Row SUV for the Money.

For 2018, the Acura MDX features  a redesigned dual-screen user interface (ODMD 2.0) with more intuitive menus and command structures complemented by a new 7-inch capacitive touchscreen (previously resistive type) with a 30 per cent faster response time.

The Acura model includes a support for Apple Carplay which seamlessly integrates compartible iPhones in the car, allowing users to get directions optimi…

Four Feared Dead as Fire Explosion Rocks Apapa Jetty

Sandra Ukele

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, has assured motorists and other consumers of petroleum products nationwide that the fire incident which occurred at Apapa loading jetty at the early hours of today will not affect supply of petroleum products.

NNPC Group Managing Director, Dr. Maikanti Baru, who spoke on the incident affirmed that NNPC has more than 1.6billion litres of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), otherwise called petrol, enough to last for 48 days.

The GMD therefore adjoined motorists not to engage in panic buying.

The fire incident which started at 3a.m today is believed to have been caused by hoodlums who scooped PMS from a vessel identified as Histria Ivory while she was discharging.

A top official of one of the oil marketing companies in Apapa told newsmen the fire lasted for about one hour. He said, “The fire incident started around 3am at the Petroleum Terminal at Apapa Wharf,  which is one of the three jetties in the area. The people who were…