2016 Acura RLX
45,377 Miles | Philadelphia, PA
$22,498
est. $324/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
33,954 Miles | Madera, CA
$26,825
est. $387/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
23,495 Miles | Durham, NC
$29,500
est. $425/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
61,434 Miles | Nampa, ID
$22,991
est. $331/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
8,695 Miles | Stockton, CA
$29,893
est. $431/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
15,929 Miles | Stockton, CA
$38,900
est. $561/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
44,495 Miles | Annandale, MN
$24,711
est. $356/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
44,588 Miles | Temple Hills, MD
$23,590
est. $340/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
40,530 Miles | Bronx, NY
$27,995
est. $404/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
73,668 Miles | Virginia Beach, VA
$19,856
est. $286/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
44,009 Miles | Beaumont, TX
$24,896
est. $359/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
45,207 Miles | Salt Lake City, UT
$23,500
est. $339/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
79,485 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$21,055
est. $303/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
77,493 Miles | Wheeling, IL
$17,900
est. $258/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
68,037 Miles | Kenner, LA
$21,350
est. $308/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
32,067 Miles | Bridgewater, NJ
$25,555
est. $368/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
27,916 Miles | Royal Palm Beach, FL
$22,700
est. $327/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
29,091 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$24,800
est. $357/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
59,610 Miles | Philadelphia, PA
$24,909
est. $359/mo

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2016 Acura RLX
37,183 Miles | Rochester, MN
$23,350
est. $337/mo

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2016 Acura RLX Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.0
Performance
4.5
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0

2016 Acura RLX Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Acura RLX - Very good.

Justin
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
We're also regular people like you, so we pay attention to all the different ways people use their cars every day. We want to know if there's enough room for our families and our weekend gear and whether or not our favorite drink fits in the cup holder.
Pros
Previously, the RLX didn't ride with the same composure as other sedans in this class. The 19-inch wheels contributed to the harshness felt when driving over rough patches at low speeds, while the ride on the highway could be bouncy. This year's model is more composed, thankfully, and better able to absorb impacts over rough pavement. Low levels of road and wind noise are the RLX's greatest attributes. Still lacking, however, is a sense of driver.
Cons
The 2015 Acura RLX's V6 engine is quiet and smooth and pairs well with the six-speed automatic. It's sufficiently powerful and should suit most buyers just fine, though rival sedans with turbocharged or supercharged six-cylinders, or even a V8, feel noticeably quicker. The Sport Hybrid is noticeably quicker.

2016 Acura RLX - I think the car is great quality and performance.

RLX Owner
Wylie, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The Acura RLX is an executive car manufactured by Honda and sold under their Acura division, released in 2013. Succeeding the Acura RL, the RLX offers two versions, a front-wheel drive base model equipped with Acura's Precision All-Wheel Steer (P-AWS) four-wheel steering system, and a hybrid variant featuring SH-AWD that serves as Acura's flagship
Story
In the function and more important places was enjoyed to car trip in my family and me.
Pros
The majority of these front-wheel-drive vehicles do not allow their positive cambers to be adjusted. This won’t matter to most vehicle owners because they only care about having a comfortable driving experience. The only time it may be a problem is if you have an accident and you need to replace the specific components of your wheels with ones which have the proper angle needed to recreate the positive camber effect
Cons
The benefit of this angle is for making turns around corners because the wheels and tires are positioned better for this purpose. The bottoms of the tires are also making less contact with the ground and there is less pressure put on them. This allows the turns to happen much more smoothly. If your tires and wheels were to be perfectly aligned with the vertical axis and have no camber angle at all, then cornering would cause the contact patches of the front tires to lift from the ground.

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