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2015 Acura RLX OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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4.0
I love my car
I got this car back in April 2015. I have 9k miles on it now. Car drives without any issues whatsoever. When driving around 70 miles on the freeway car gets about 34 mpg, even though by the book it is 31 mpg. Mixed driving I get 26-27 mpg, which is great considering how big car is. Car is definitely not the softest on the planet, since I saw few people complain about it, which is true I agree with that, however car is luxury/sport and some sport cars are not the most soft cars out-there. I really like a lot of standard options such as LED Headlights, P-AWS rear wheel steering technology 19" luxury wheels, acoustic windshield and front glass and etc., This car is definitely worth getting considering this car cost a lot less than competition with similar options, less by about 15k. Also retail value is always nice on Acuras and reliability is good if you think to keep car for longer than 5 years. In my opinion, the car looks much better than Lexus GS and boring looking Audi A6. The Acura looks very beautiful, one of my favorite looking cars in its class.
Nashville, Tennessee
5.0
The 2015 Acura TLX comes standard with a 206-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. A 290-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 engine is available, which comes with a nine-speed automatic. According to the EP
Test drivers say the base engine in the all-new 2015 Acura TLX provides strong acceleration, and its eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission provides gear changes that are exceptionally smooth and quick. A few critics think the TLX is less engaging than some of its rivals, but most are pleased with its balance of agile handling and a comfortable ride. The 2015 Acura TLX comes standard with front-wheel drive and Acura’s P-AWS all-wheel steering system. V6 models are available with all-wheel drive, which cannot be paired with P-AWS. While a few reviewers say that competitors from Audi and BMW are more engaging to drive, most critics say that the TLX has unexpectedly composed handling, and that P-AWS subtly, but effectively, sharpens cornering responses. Many feel that the four-cylinder TLX is the most nimble because of its lighter weight. Critics are also impressed with the TLX’s comfortable ride. Test drivers think the TLX’s brakes could be stronger.