The Atlanta International Auto Show kicked off March 13 at the World Congress Center. The event features over 400 domestic and imported cars including the highly anticipated 2014 Acura RLX.
"This is the best car Acura has ever produced," Michael Accavitti, the automaker's vice president of national marketing operations, told Autoblog.
The new model gets good marks for an improved design, a nicely appointed cabin and rear seat legroom. Performance-wise, Acura lags behind its competitors in powertrain technology but its Precision All-Wheel Steer system outperformed a couple of comparable vehicles.
According to Autoblog, the 2014 Acura RLX is scheduled to officially go on sale March 15 with a starting price of $48,450.
If you are interested in owning an Acura, but don't want to dive in at the 2014 Acura RLX price range, check out some of the used Acuras available locally (click on the links for additional information):
- 2010 Acura TL (Shad Mitsubishi) - This 6-cylinder automatic has 44,437 miles and is priced at $24,997.
- 2006 Acura RL (Jim Ellis Buick GMC) - This 6-cylinder automatic has 79,388 miles and is priced at $16,000.
- 2010 Acura TSX (Honda Mall of Georgia) - This 6-cylinder automatic has 28,323 miles and is priced at $21,998.
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See the 2014 Acura RLX at the Atlanta International Auto Show between now and March 17. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children 6-12 (children under 6 admitted free). For more information about the show, including directions and hours of operation, visit the Atlanta International Auto Show website. To see photos from the show, visit the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
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