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Castle Acura
(302) 323-1100
120 S Dupont Hwy
New Castle, DE
 
Metro Acura
(215) 365-7500
6915 Essington Ave
Philadelphia, PA
 
Price Acura
(800) 296-4220
4585 S Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE
 
Shirey's Auto Sales
(302) 734-1314
2500 Bay Rd
Milford, DE
 
Land Rover Sales & Service
(302) 992-9400
4310 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE
 
Piazza Acura of West Chester
(800) 630-1378
1330 Wilmington Pike
West Chester, PA
 
Piazza Acura of Ardmore
(800) 797-8241
150 W Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA
 
Castle Acura
(302) 323-1100
120 S Dupont Hwy
New Castle, DE
 
Lee McNeil Associates
(302) 479-5806
1302 Grinnell Rd
Wilmington, DE
 
Sheridan Ford Sales
(302) 326-6100
114 S Dupont Hwy
New Castle, DE
 

Acura RL New Car Reviews Prices Price Quote Loan Lease Auto Insurance

Complete Acura RL reviews listed below

The 2008 Acura RL full-size luxury sedan is available in three trim levels - Base (MSRP $46,280), Base with Technology Package (MSRP $49,900), and Base with CMBS/PAX Packages (MSRP $53,700). It competes with the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series, Cadillac CTS, Chrysler 300, Honda Accord V6, Infiniti M35, Lexus GS, Mercedes-Benz E Class, Jaguar S-Type, Saab 9-5, Volkswagen Passat and Volvo S80. It is available with a 290-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 engine, five-person seating capacity, five-speed shiftable automatic transmission, mechanical center differential, all-wheel drive system, and center and rear limited slip differential.

The Acura RL is currently in its third generation, and is considered the top-of-the-line sedan of the automaker. It was first introduced in 1996, as a replacement for the Acura Legend. Its third-generation version was included in Car and Driver's Ten Best list in 2005.

All trim levels for the Acura RL can be customized with accessories but include basic features such as alloy wheels, all-season tires, steel spare wheel, variable-intermittent wipers, rear defogger, manual sunshades for rear side windows, power glass sunroof, power rear sunshade, remote sunroof operation, external temperature display, compass, trip computer, clock, tachometer, low fuel level warning, and suspension features such as four-wheel independent suspension, double wishbone front suspension, multi-link rear suspension, and front and rear stabilizer bars.

Seating and power features in the RL include leather upholstery, bucket front seats, eight-way power driver seat, four-way power passenger seat, driver and passenger seats with adjustable lumbar support, multi-level heating driver and passenger seats, height-adjustable driver seat, rear bench seat, folding with storage and pass-thru center armrest, rear ventilation ducts with fan control, remote power door locks, power windows and mirrors, four one-touch power windows, heated mirrors, and reverse tilt dual mirrors (provides curb view when vehicle in reverse).

Acura RL comfort and convenience features include retained accessory power, keyless ignition, universal remote transmitter (for garage door, security system, etc.), remote window operation, a front console with storage, a cargo net, front seat back storage, cruise and audio controls on the steering wheel, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, front and rear cup holders, electric speed-proportional power steering, cruise control, dual zone climate controls for driver and front passenger, leather and wood trims on center console and doors, leather trim on the shift knob, leather-wrapped steering wheel, memorized settings for two drivers (includes settings for the driver's seat, exterior mirrors, and steering wheel), front and rear reading lights, inte...

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