For the new model year, Acura’s lead gets another outside and inside outline and standard 10-speed programmed transmission. The marginally less-steady 2018 Acura RLX lands in dealerships this week beginning from $55,865, up $450 from a year ago.
Beginning costs additionally expanded for the all the more capable RLX Sport Hybrid. These models cost $62,865 contrasted with $60,915 from a year ago. In any case, Acura is presently offering the Advance bundle as standard gear. Presently, Sport Hybrid clients get a free redesigned Krell sound framework with 14 speakers, warmed and ventilated front seats, warmed detachable back seats, a warmed directing wheel, and different highlights. While including every one of these additional items, purchasers spare $4,050 contrasted with the 2017 Sport Hybrid model outfitted with the Advance bundle.
All RLX models highlight Acura’s suite of security innovations, incorporating versatile voyage control with low speed take after, impact moderation braking, and path keep help. New for 2018, Traffic Jam Assist joins the bundle. The element attempts to keep the vehicle focused in its path and at a set separation from the vehicle ahead.
For 2018, the RLX gets another precious stone pentagon grille that aligns the lead show with other new items from Acura. The automaker additionally upgraded the hood and wheels, likewise including uncovered double fumes finishers and a sparkle dark back diffuser. Six new paint hues add a touch of zest to a formerly quiet shading line, particularly Brilliant Red Metallic. Inside the lodge, the RLX highlights another Espresso inside shading choice and updated Milano calfskin seats with high-differentiate sewing.
The RLX comes standard with a 3.5-liter V-6 making 310 hp and 272 lb-ft of torque. Another 10-speed programmed transmission replaces the old six-speed. Game Hybrids, prepared to do all-wheel drive, make 377 hp and 341 lb-ft of torque on account of a V-6 motor matched with three electric engines.