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    Are You The Acura RLX?


    William Maley

    Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com

    June 25, 2012

    “Patent Filing” really doesn’t scream excitement or surprise usually, except when it reveals what a certain vehicle could look like. Car & Driver uncovered some images of is purported to be the new Acura RLX. And, we’re kind of hoping this isn’t the production model.

    The images show the RLX getting a new front end that is very reminiscent of the current TL and ILX. The side and back is a choose-your-own design book, ranging from a a Lexus GS to a Chevrolet Cruze.

    We’ll find out if the images turn out to be the production model sometime later this year.

    Source: Car & Driver

    William Maley is a staff writer for Cheers & Gears. He can be reached at william.maley@cheersandgears.com or you can follow him on twitter at @realmudmonster.

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    seriously just buy a Hyundai Azera!

    Better yet, buy a LaCrosse or an CTS XTS instead.

    I agree buy a solid American Built car before Korean.

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    SNORE. Acura used to be Legendary... now they stand for nothing but mediocrity.

    How to go pear-shaped thanks to complacency, Acura edition.

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    SNORE. Acura used to be Legendary... now they stand for nothing but mediocrity.

    How to go pear-shaped thanks to complacency, Acura edition.

    So they are all fruity at Honda and Acura then! ;)

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    I would say that the Integra was legendary, but I really do not think the rest of the lineup lived up to what it was supposed to be. While I like the pre-beak styling, there was always somthing I liked more in the segments it is in.

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    I liked the Integra, but also the Legend coupes and sedans were nice, for Hondas. Also, I did like the RSX. And the NSX was one of the few Japanese classics, imo.

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