It might not have the impenetrable marking of certain contenders, yet the 2019 Acura RLX isn’t without charms. A styling revive in 2018 mercifully supplanted the RLX’s beaklike front grille with a progressively attractive trapezoidal structure, yet its insipid looks despite everything make it simple to lose it in a group.
Engines Ride, and Taking care of
A 310-hp 3.5-liter V-6 is standard and comes connected to a 10-speed programmed transmission and front-wheel drive. Our decision is the RLX Game Half and half, which utilizes a 377-hp powertrain got from the one utilized in the Acura NSX super vehicle—a 3.5-liter V-6 and three electric engines. At our test track, the Game Half and half managed a lively 4.9-second hurry to 60 mph. In spite of the fact that it has Acura’s SH-AWD framework to help dealing with, the RLX Game Half and half isn’t as satisfying on a twisty street as adversaries, for example, the Cadillac CTS or the Audi A6.
Inside and Innovation
Inside the RLX’s pleasantly cut lodge, tenants will discover a lot of room in both the front and the rearward sitting arrangements. Open to seating and an extensive rundown of standard luxuries make certain to please. Calfskin upholstery, power-movable seats with heat, three-zone programmed atmosphere control, a force flexible controlling wheel, surrounding inside lighting, and a force sunroof please all models. A 14-speaker ELS Studio sound framework and a double showcase infotainment framework are likewise standard, however Apple CarPlay and Android Auto ability are both missing from the spec sheet. Acura gives an extensive suite of driver-help includes on all RLX trims, which incorporates computerized crisis braking, versatile voyage control, and path keeping help.