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  • 2008 Acura RL  in Gray
    121,750 miles
    10 mi away
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Lease
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    104,339 miles
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    No accidents, 3 Owners, Lease
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    209,769 miles
    41 mi away
    1 Accident, 4 Owners, Personal Use
    Home delivery available*

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  • 2011 Acura RL Technology Package in Dark Red
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    125,124 miles
    7 mi away
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Corporate Fleet


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Moses M,09/21/2019
I bought my 2005 Acura RL SH-AWD used in 2009 (10 years ago as of this writing). It was 4 yrs old with 56,000 miles. All I can say it's the most reliable car I've ever owned. It had a lot of standard features in 2005 that are still options in some cars today such as nav, voice commands, Onstar, XM-Sirius radio, Noise-cancelling Bose 10 speaker with subwoofer audio system, carbon-fiber drive shaft, every power option, genuine burlwood wood trimming, a V6 engine with 300hp, and the amazing torque-vectoring SH-AWD. Gas mileage is decent for this size car with AWD. Even with over 160k miles, I get 21mpg in the city and 30mpg on the highway. If you live in snow country, this car is like a tank. In the 10 yrs I've owned the car, I've only spent $3500 on repairs. At 90,000miles, I paid the dealer $900 for a timing belt replacement. Last year at 148,000 miles, I spent $2600 for a transmission rebuild and radiator replacement. The transmission and radiator failure was my fault. I went 9 yrs+ without changing the coolant. The coolant could have been older as I don't know if the original owner had ever changed it. I learned an expensive lesson that old coolant is corrosive and it will destroy your radiator which in turn will destroy your transmission when coolant enters it. How does the coolant get into the transmission? This car as with many other cars has a transmission cooling chamber built into the radiator, so a rupture in the radiator causes the two fluids to mix causing catastrophic transmission failure. Had I changed the coolant every 3-4 years as recommended, I would have avoided this expensive repair. Everything else is original including mufflers. I highly recommend this car and I hope to see 300,000 miles in mine.
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