Acura's flagship sedan fails to match the standards of its luxury car competition. Even worse, multiple alternatives, costing $15,000 less, surpass the RLX's look, feel and driving dynamics. Not without virtues, the RLX has a very spacious and well finished interior with comfortable seats. A refined and powerful V6 powertrain provides good fuel economy and performance. But the same can be said of a Toyota Avalon.
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The Technology package brings the base price to about $55,000. It includes features most luxury buyers will want, including navigation, blind-spot monitoring, folding mirrors and forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking. At this price, we expect other features like rear sun shade...
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