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1998 Acura RL

Overall rating:  Product Rating: 4.0

Reviewed by 5 users

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The 3.5 RL at 150,000 miles

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Jan 20, 2004 - Updated Jun 27, 2006 (A Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: 150,000 plus miles of great driving and comfort.
Cons: Not cheap to fix - but there are ways to lower those repair bills
The Bottom Line: I still like this car. I'll buy another one.

Thinking about a high mile RL? My RL has over 150,000 miles on it. I really want to buy a newer one. But every time I drive a newer one, I'm impressed with my old one. It still rides so nice and quiet that it's hard to justify the money to upgrade. ... read more

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LOVE THE LOOK BUT WISH IT HAD LEGENDS ATTRIBUTES

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May 14, 2003 (A Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 40 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Luxurious interior, beautiful finish and reliability
Cons: power and acceleration
The Bottom Line: RECOMMENDED

I have had my RL since 1999 and have no real complaints, but there is no perfect car of course. In comparing my 1993 LEGEND to my 1998 RL (Should not be compared) this car is truly a different car in several ways. The RL harps on total luxury and not ... read more

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Fine Ride

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Mar 31, 2000 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Reliability, roomy, whistles & bells
Cons: None to mention

We bought this car because of the articles in Road & Track, Consumer's Reports & the like. There are also a couple of choices for maintenance in our local area. We bought the 1998 model from a private owner. So far, absolutely no ... read more

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NICE

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Feb 8, 2000 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: everything
Cons: none

The Acura's $2,000 in-dash system determines the vehicle's location through the Defense Department's 27 Global Positioning System, or GPS, satellites, then uses its internal database to guide the driver to addresses, shopping centers, supermarkets, ... read more

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