Acura introduced a slightly revised version of its RL flagship sedan for the 2011 model year but there’s no denying that the car is seriously starting to show its age, having been on the market since 2005.
A successor is planned and is due out later this year so 2012 marks the end of the current generation.
Unless you have to have buy a sedan today, we recommend holding out or shopping elsewhere but even if you do end up buying a 2012 RL there’s a lot to be pleased with.
The car offers all-wheel drive surefootedness across the range, and combines this with a significant list of comfort, tech, and infotainment features. The styling on the RL is much more reserved in comparison to some of its Acura siblings, making it the ideal choice if you’re the type of buyer that wants a touch of luxury but without the snobbish connotations some brands can bring.
Power comes from a 3.7-liter V-6, which is rated at 300 horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque and sees the RL...
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