One of our favorite ways to enjoy the sunshine is with a nice Sunday drive (on any day of the week) in a vehicle that makes us want to roll down our windows and feel the wind in our hair. Acura has a number of models that will fit the bill, ranging from the all-new NSX supercar to the flagship RLX sedan.
Unrivalled exhilaration in the all-new NSX
When you’re searching for a vehicle that exemplifies the sheer pleasure of driving, the Acura NSX delivers on multiple fronts: it responds to your every driving whim ably with relish, it’s estimated at 21 mpg combined* thanks to its advanced hybrid powertrain, and it looks incredible doing it all with an aerodynamic design that sets a new bar in the supercar realm.
Bob Howard Acura has one NSX model available on the showroom floor. See it below:
Simply getting behind the wheel is an invitation to luxury with leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Choose from Acura’s four selectable drive modes, including Quiet, Sport, Sport+, and Track, and lock in your next destination with the integrated navigation via the Display Audio system with seven-inch touchscreen—or simply follow the pull of the road.
Unleash the wild side of the RLX
As Acura’s flagship model, the RLX is right at home during your daily commute or entertaining clients throughout the workweek. But the RLX also has a fun side that makes it perfect for recreational driving. This stylish and smart luxury sedan is infused with the latest tech, starting with the Precision All-Wheel Steer (P-AWS) system that gives it the nimble handling of a much smaller car. The standard moonroof allows you to get up close and personal with the open air, and available features such as the Acura Navigation System™ and Krell® Premium Audio System will make you even more reluctant to cut your drive short as you motor over our region's most scenic roads.
*Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery package/condition (hybrid models only) and other factors.
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