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  1. Acura has pulled the curtain back on the refreshed 2018 RLX sedan. Your first thought might be along the lines of, "that's still a thing?" We can't blame you for this train of thought. Acura only sold 1,478 RLXs last year. To give you some perspective, 46,740 Mercedes-Benz E-Class models were sold in this same period. Despite this, Acura is still planning to soldier on the RLX. The most obvious change for the RLX is the new front end. Acura's "diamond pentagon" grille is here, along with the jewel eye headlights and a new sculpted hood. The back also sees some changes with new LED tai
  2. Acura has pulled the curtain back on the refreshed 2018 RLX sedan. Your first thought might be along the lines of, "that's still a thing?" We can't blame you for this train of thought. Acura only sold 1,478 RLXs last year. To give you some perspective, 46,740 Mercedes-Benz E-Class models were sold in this same period. Despite this, Acura is still planning to soldier on the RLX. The most obvious change for the RLX is the new front end. Acura's "diamond pentagon" grille is here, along with the jewel eye headlights and a new sculpted hood. The back also sees some changes with new LED tai
  3. William Maley Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com November 19, 2013 It has been quite the wait for the Sport Hybrid version of the RLX since we first saw the concept at 2012 New York Auto Show. But Acura has spilled the beans on the 2014 RLX Sport Hybrid which will be debuting at the LA Auto Show tomorrow. The Sport Hybrid is comprised of a direct-injected 3.5L V6 engine, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission with a built-in 35 kW electric motor, two 27 kW electric motors in the back that take the place of drive shaft and rear differential, and a 260 Volt lithium-ion battery pack. The Spor
  4. William Maley Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com November 19, 2013 It has been quite the wait for the Sport Hybrid version of the RLX since we first saw the concept at 2012 New York Auto Show. But Acura has spilled the beans on the 2014 RLX Sport Hybrid which will be debuting at the LA Auto Show tomorrow. The Sport Hybrid is comprised of a direct-injected 3.5L V6 engine, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission with a built-in 35 kW electric motor, two 27 kW electric motors in the back that take the place of drive shaft and rear differential, and a 260 Volt lithium-ion battery pack. The Spor
  5. By William Maley Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com January 16, 2013 Acura has announced pricing for their upcoming flagship, the RLX. The base RLX will start $49,345* (includes $895 destination charge) and will come equipped with 3.5L V6 rated at 310 horsepower. All of that power goes to a six-speed automatic down to the front wheels. All front-wheel drive RLXs will also come equipped with Acura's Precision All-Wheel Steer (P-AWS) which adjusts the angle of the rear wheels improve handling and agility. Other standard features will include Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Warnin
  6. By William Maley Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com January 16, 2013 Acura has announced pricing for their upcoming flagship, the RLX. The base RLX will start $49,345* (includes $895 destination charge) and will come equipped with 3.5L V6 rated at 310 horsepower. All of that power goes to a six-speed automatic down to the front wheels. All front-wheel drive RLXs will also come equipped with Acura's Precision All-Wheel Steer (P-AWS) which adjusts the angle of the rear wheels improve handling and agility. Other standard features will include Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Warnin
  7. William Maley Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com November 28, 2012 Earlier this year at the New York Auto Show, Acura unveiled the RLX concept which featured a hybrid system and Acura's SH-AWD. Knowing Honda and Acura's concept track record, we would be seeing this as a production model in short time. Sure enough today at the L.A. Auto Show, Acura introduced the production model RLX. The production RLX is pretty much the same as the concept. Same overall design, same alien-looking headlights, same shield-like grille, you get idea. Inside, Acura fitted the RLX with leather and wood trim, Mi
  8. William Maley Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com November 28, 2012 Earlier this year at the New York Auto Show, Acura unveiled the RLX concept which featured a hybrid system and Acura's SH-AWD. Knowing Honda and Acura's concept track record, we would be seeing this as a production model in short time. Sure enough today at the L.A. Auto Show, Acura introduced the production model RLX. The production RLX is pretty much the same as the concept. Same overall design, same alien-looking headlights, same shield-like grille, you get idea. Inside, Acura fitted the RLX with leather and wood trim, Mi
  9. 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 mo
  10. 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 mo

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