Of all the reviews we see the best ones are the most thorough like this one of the new Acura RL by Tom Incantalupo of Newsday. He takes the car apart feature by feature, uses some humorous description of the controls and compares it to the others in the class fairly well. But in this review, and many others of the RL, Tom points out the RL only has a V6 with no available V8. I don't understand the point since the V6 still produces 300 horsepower and the V8s of the other models cost more and produce minimal hp gains while adding weight. 335 hp in the Audi A6 and 325 hp in the BMW 5 Series. Plus no one has really complained that the RL is underpowered. Just more hp mania.?a
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