Acura RLX luxury sedan shown the door after this year

So long, RLX.


The Acura RLX will exit the US at the end of 2020 as the brand reassesses its future lineup, the company confirmed on Friday.

Automotive News first reported Acura had informed dealerships that the RLX would not return after this year. The brand told Roadshow, “With SUVs leading the luxury market, the highly successful RDX and MDX now serve as the volume leaders of the Acura brand.” The brand also suggested the MDX would pick up the torch as a flagship vehicle for the Japanese luxury marque.

“The next-generation Acura MDX will elevate its role in

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2020 Honda Accord vs. 2020 Hyundai Sonata: Which midsize sedan is best?

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2020 Honda Accord vs. 2020 Hyundai Sonata: Battle of…


When it comes to the basic family sedan, the Honda Accord has long been one of the top sellers, packing in reliability and performance at an affordable price. However, the Hyundai Sonata just got a major re-working for this year, and is looking to take the sales crown from the competition. 

There’s a lot to like about both cars and it’s tough to decide a winner here. Honda has more engine options, including a punchy 2.0-liter turbocharged powerplant, but both the Sonata and the Accord are

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Hyundai Elantra N Line coming to spice up the small sedan

At the 2021 Hyundai Elantra’s debut, it appeared the Elantra Hybrid was meant to be the sportier of the two “standard models” with its electrified powertrain and dual-clutch transmission. Just kidding because Hyundai has an actual sporty model coming in the form of an Elantra N Line.

The brand revealed teaser photos and a few slivers of information on the car Tuesday, and foremost, we know the Elantra N Line will receive a turbocharged engine. The standard Elantra makes do with a 2.0-liter Atkinson Cycle inline-four and the hybrid model includes a smaller 1.6-liter Atkinson Cycle inline-four. N Line

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2020 BMW 228i Gran Coupe review: A controversial but engaging gateway sedan

The 228i Gran Coupe is BMW’s new gateway sedan.

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There’s quite a hubbub among Bimmer fans surrounding the 2020 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe. No, it’s not about whether the new gateway model is a coupe or sedan — it’s clearly the latter. Instead, it’s causing some folks to choke on their schnitzel due to its front-wheel-drive architecture. While the X1 and X2 compact SUVs seem to get passes for utilizing front-drive foundations, a BMW sedan that isn’t rear-wheel-drive-based crosses the line in many enthusiasts’ minds. 


  • Potent base engine
  • Eager handler
  • Spacious trunk

Don’t Like

  • Stiffer ride
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