Used Acura Sedans Ratings

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    2006 Acura RL - (48 State)

    Pros: Ergonomically, the car works!

    Cons: Back seat could use a wee bit more legroom

    Advice: In this car class, it comes down to what fits you best. The RL works for me with the Lexus GS 300 a close second.

    Cross shopped this car with the Infiniti M35 and Lexus GS300. You can't go wrong with any of the three. For me, the RL's ergonomics (and nav system) was better then the GS300 and much, much better then the M35. Sitting in the RL, everything is within easy reach and the seats are very comfortable. The nav system is the easiest of the three to use. Voice recognition is a little quirky but it also has issues in a friend's 2006 Lexus LS430 (it's still new technology needing to get the kinks out). Ride is soft yet firm. MPG is a realistic 16 MPG city (stop and go) and 26 HWY.

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    2006 Acura RL - w/CMBS/PAX (50 State)

    Pros: Keyless operation

    Cons: voice recognition doesn't recognize voices very well

    Advice: Buy it!

    Techie features are lots of fun - adaptive cruise control, auto braking, GPS with real-time traffic, keyless operation. Very solid handling even under heavy rain.

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    2005 Acura TL - w/Nav System (M6)

    Pros: Near perfect balance of performance and comfort.

    Cons: Wish it had automatic headlights. (a minor complaint)

    Advice: Shop around. I got the best deal in the next state.

    I got my 06 6 speed with Navi 2 month ago. My first Acura. Previous car was a Lexus IS300. This car doesn't handle quite as sharply as the IS but it's still pretty good. Not nearly as harsh as the IS was. The larger turning circle takes some getting used to. Stereo and Navi are terrific but voice recognition is not perfect. Clutch is light but has this knee in the middle of the engagement that took some getting used to. My biggest beef is that this car is so good that they are everywhere.

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    2004 Acura RL - (Alaska & Hawaii

    Pros: Navigation system

    Cons: Gas mileage

    Advice: It's a great buy for the money

    Good visibility. Quite ride. Much more comfortable than my Lexus ES 300 was. Holds the road well and less tire wear also.

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    2005 Acura TL - (M6)

    Pros: overall appearance

    Cons: constant rattles

    Advice: If you can stand the noise, buy it.

    I just bought a new TL and I have already had it in the shop three times for rattles in the dash, rattles in the door, and rattles in the back. The service technicians have admitted this is a documented problem with the TL's. I wish I had known that before I dropped $33,000 on a new car.

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    2005 Acura TL - w/Nav System (A5)

    Pros: Long list of standard features

    Cons: Dealership experience witth multiple Acura dealers

    Advice: Do your homework to avoid being gouged. Make sure you can deal with a firm ride.

    Clearly the best vehicle in its class. Not quite as precise as a 3-series BMW, but much sharper than the dull offerings from Lexus/Toyota. This is a smart choice. The car comes very well dressed without the need to add options. You get all of the Honda quality, reliability, and praticality with enough luury to make you believe that you are in a much costlier vehicle. The nav system is intuitive and easy to use. The sound system is one of the best OE setups I've ever heard. It just needs a couple hundred watts more power. The ride is taught without being stiff. It may be too firm for some. If a plusher, wallowy ride is your speed, your car is the Avalon or ES 330.

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    2005 Acura RL - (48-State

    Pros: Interior design

    Cons: Door chimes that ring when you exit car with auto lights on

    Advice: Buy it!

    I previously owned a 2003 Infiniti M45. This car has much more features standard (GPS, XM Radio, All wheel Drive, rear & side sunshades, etc.) Although the performance is not the same as an M45 the car drives like a dream and I made an incredible deal during the recent huricane. Paid under 40K for a car that listed for $49,700. The M45 would have cost about $9,000 more. You can't get a better car for the money. Decent fuel economy too.