This is the worse car I've ever owned. I am gonna trade it as soon as it becomes feasible. I have owned two Lexus LS series and they are far more superior thAn Acura. This particular car is cheaply made and I am very disatisfied with it.
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2005 Acura RLGary - Washington, DC07/26/2012
The 2005-2008 generation Acura RL is high-quality value for the money. It was difficult to find a relatively low-mileage one. Owners seem to keep them forever. I've put 4,500 miles on the one I bought and understand why owners don't trade them. It's a car that delivers sports-sedan performance and handling with a smooth, quiet ride -- fun around town; a sheer pleasure on long highway trips.
The thoroughness with which Honda designed and built the car is impressive. From the outside to the inside to the underside, the attention to detail is wonderful. My prior cars include a BMW 740i that I had for 11 years and 125,000 miles. I like this RL more!
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