Usually, long existing vehicles without any notable or significant change or upgrade makes it lame and boring in the long run, that is why automobile manufacturers see to it that there is are constant changes and developments of the automobiles that are continuously on sale to give the buyers or consumers something to look forward to. Sometimes, these changes are usually done to entice more enthusiasts and adherents to incessantly support the vehicles even though they are already sold in the public around 5 years, a decade or two.
In the case of the Acura Legend, one of the first two car models (the other is the acura Integra) sold by Honda under the Acura marque, for its 9 years of endless production, it had two generations that were classified as those which were produced from 1986 until 1990, and those which were produced from 1990 until 1995. These two generations were separated by a thin line of improvement and upgrade in terms of engine, transmission and some detail changes.
Going deeper, the first generation specifically the 1986 and 1987 model years, the sedan body style made use of the 2.5-liter C25 V6 engine, while the 1987 coupes and the 1988 plus the newer sedans sported the new 2.7-liter C27 V6 engine, the second generation on the other hand, made use of a larger 3.2-liter C32A engine which was offered in two versions. Furthermore, the second generation Legend especially the 1993 model year had noteworthy refreshing changes that made it more appealing to the consumers.
The engine seems to be the line between the two generations of the Acura Legend but it should be known however that engines must be supported by other Acura Legend parts such as the Acura Legend radiator in order for it to perform efficiently. Radiators are designed to serve as heat exchanger, keeping engines from overheating. For automobiles with an internal combustion engine, the radiator is connected to channels running through the engine and cylinder head, through which a liquid is being pumped, that makes it a very good cooling system of an automobile.