I got it Used to drive for the various Ride Sharing Services. It qualifies for the upper level of all the services. Because it looks like an Accord, and there aren't too many of them out there, you can get a 3-4 year old one for quite a bargain.
I'm already thinking ahead of it's replacement, when I'll look to get the Hybrid with the Advanced Package.
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 If you want an outdated pretentious label, buy one of the German brands.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.
Continual battery drain issues on new 2014.
2014 Acura RLXWalt Neff - Roseville, CA10/22/2016
The car has a constant drain on the battery that will completely drain the battery in a few days int he car isn't driven. Dealer could not nothing wrong and it's been towed to them on numerous occasions. Was told to drive it more often. Car does sit for three to four days at a time, but that should not kill battery. Found out this is a common problem with cars equipped with Tech. package.
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