2008 Acura RLStephen Chu - Las Vegas, NV06/05/2016
too much repair already
2008 Acura RLNola - New Orleans07/14/2010
This is the second Acura I have purchased. The RL has been an incredible car. Everything you want is at your fingertips. It gets great gas mileage on the highway and the city. My favorite feature is the audio system and XM. The one feature that is a dissapointment is the hands free mobile feature. You have to manually upload your phone numbers and once you do that the voice activation is very sensitive when the air conditioning is on. Overall, I love this car and would purchase it again!
Wonderful car at a great price
2005 Acura RLTheresa - Las Vegas, NV07/24/2014
great get up and go when you need it, many outstanding accessories, comfortable, LOTS of trunk space, comfortable in back seat. A Great Car
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