I love my car! The TSX has the right amount of luxury features, great fuel economy, and outstanding reliability. I drove my previous TSX to 171k miles with only one repair before it was totaled. I went right back to the Acura TSX and I intend to drive this one even farther.
Great vehicle for years to come
2012 Acura TLPedro Velazquez - San Antonio, TX08/26/2015
While doing research to replace a 2010 Subaru Impreza Wagon 2.5i Premium, I wanted to go back to a 6-cylinder near luxury 4-door sedan. I started my research with the usual suspects: Cadillac, Infiniti, and Lexus. Acura simply did not cross my mind until I test drove the TL. The TL while it doesn't have the horsepower of the G37, the refinements and the torque made the difference for me. While I was test driving the G37 I kept thinking that I was driving a 6-cylinder Altima. It was too cramped on the back seat and it felt too narrow compared to the TL. I know I made a great purchase because this car will last and look good for years to come.
Best car in its class!
2014 Acura RLXJ S - St. Louis, MO10/31/2016
I tested every car in its class extensively. The RLX had better handling and luxurious comfort than the Audi A6 and the BMW 5 series. If you want an outdated pretentious label, buy one of the German brands. If you want a great car that you love to drive, buy the RLX.
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