Acura’s flagship RLX will hit dealers on March 15 of this year, and the brand has just released the pricing structure for the car, which will have a base MSRP of $48,450, excluding a delivery fee of $895.
There will be five different trim levels for the RLX, ranging from $48,450 all the way up to $60,450 for the RLX with the advance package. The trim levels are priced as follows: RLX starts at $48,450, RLX with navigation at $50,950, RLX with technology package priced at $54,450, RLX with Krell audio package at $56,950 and RLX with advance package topping the range at $60,450.
For driver assistance tech, the RLX features lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow, blind spot monitoring and a multi-view rearview camera. Debuting on the RLX is Acura’s precision all-wheel steering setup along with super-handling all-wheel drive, there to give the car some sporty driving feel.
The exclusive engine is a 310-horsepower, direct-injected V6 that is estimated to achieve 20 mpg city, 31 mpg highway, and 24 mpg combined. The car is front-wheel drive, and comes standard with a six-speed automatic.
Move into the interior, and the RLX is outfitted with the AcuraLink cloud-based connected car system, metal and wood-grain accents, and soft touch materials covering the entire cabin cab along with available Milano perforated leather seats. An 8-inch navigation screen comes standard, as does a 7-inch touch screen to help control many of the car’s functions, including the standard 10-speaker audio system or optional 14-speaker unit.
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