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Acura RLX OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.2
81 Reviews
5 star
32%
4 star
56%
3 star
11%
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0%
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Overall
4.2
Value
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Style
4.2
Performance
3.6
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
3.8
Reliability
4.1
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5.0
I love my car.
One of my requirements was 4 Wheel or All Wheel Drive capability in a luxury sedan. This car was wonderful but didn't have either although, as I understand it, prior models did. I considered many different luxury brands but kept coming back to Acura. I have 24,000 miles on the car so far and I can honestly say that this is the best car I have ever owned. I look forward to driving it everyday. I really like my Acura because it is always impressive and satisfying. It's one of the more subtle luxury cars, with an understated design and an interior that's relatively free of gimmickry. The front seats are supple and trimmed in very rich leather, but rear headroom is scant for tall adults, and trunk space is only average.
San Jose, California
4.0
I love my car.
Our Acura RLX review includes far more than just one person's opinion. We collected professional evaluations from 24 sources and combined them with concrete data like reliability ratings, safety scores, and performance specs to help you make an informed buying decision. The 2015 Acura RLX is a decent luxury large car. It boasts top-notch safety scores, reasonable ownership costs for the class, and above-average fuel economy estimates. However, it also has a firmer ride than you’d expect from a luxury car, as well as some cheap cabin materials and a hard-to-use infotainment system. The RLX has undergone quite a few changes since the 2015 model year. The 2019 RLX has more standard safety features than the 2015 RLX, a new transmission, and refreshed styling inside and out. It also starts at $54,900, which is more than double the average price of a used model. For most buyers, we suggest saving money with a used model. Based on listings appearing on our site, the average price for a 2015 Acura RLX is $25,800. Prices range from $21,300 to $29,000 and vary depending on the vehicle’s mileage, condition, location, and features. We recommend starting with the 2017 RLX. For that model year, Acura made several safety features standard, including adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and automatic brake assist. Other available features include a surround-view parking camera system and a head-up display. The 2018 RLX gained refreshed exterior and interior styling, a 10-speed automatic transmission (with no improvement in fuel economy), and another standard driver aid called Traffic Jam assist.
Jenna
Jenna
Surprise, Arizona
5.0
Great car
This car was one of the best I have ever had. I loved the look of the car. It had such a great interior, and there was a lot inside of it that made it great. The smell of the interior was so nice. I was excited to get this car and drive it around. The test drive went very well, and I loved every minute of it. The second I got behind the wheel, I knew that I was going to get this car. It is a one of a kind gem, and I am very glad that I own it.

Acura RLX News

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