3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Acura RLX

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What you must know before buying the Acura RLX
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  • Only a year-old model, but remains a slow seller
  • Higher trim levels continue to sell the best
  • 2014 and 2015 model years are overlapping, so dealers may be willing to work on 2014 pricing
  • Acura continues offering low APR and two lease options to stoke demand

Slow-moving sedan with little stock:

Typically, the latest models sell the best, but the new RLX remains slow to gain any sales momentum. This limited demand has resulted in dealers barely stocking it. The better-equipped models with the Tech or Advance packages tend to sell the best. This added demand has led to more of these models being in stock.

2014 and 2015 models overlapping, and dealers may make deals for 2014s:

Because of its slow-selling tendency and the fact that 2014 models are overlapping with 2015 models, Acura dealers may be willing to work with pricing. Typically Acura offers manufacturer-to-dealer incentives, and these may help push your out-the-door price even lower.

Low APR on 2014s and 2015s and two lease deals:

To help clear out 2014 models, Acura is continuing to offer 0.9-percent APR on the 2014 RLX for up to 60 months, while the 2015 model still only gets 1.9-percent APR for up to 36 months. Lease deals are the exact opposite, as the 2014 model has none but the 2015 model has a pair of them. Buyers can opt for $0 down and pay $590 per month for 35 months or pay $3,699 down and $499 per month for 36 months for a 2015 RLX.

Discounts for grads and U.S. Military continue to drive up slow sales:

Acura continues to offer recent college graduates $500 off an RLX when they finance through Acura Financial Services. Active and retired U.S. Military members and their spouses can get $750 off the price of an RLX when they finance through AFS.

Slow-moving sedan with little stock:

Typically, the latest models sell the best, but the new RLX remains slow to gain any sales momentum. This limited demand has resulted in dealers barely stocking it. The better-equipped models with the Tech or Advance packages tend to sell the best. This added demand has led to more of these models being in stock.

2014 and 2015 models overlapping, and dealers may make deals for 2014s:

Because of its slow-selling tendency and the fact that 2014 models are overlapping with 2015 models, Acura dealers may be willing to work with pricing. Typically Acura offers manufacturer-to-dealer incentives, and these may help push your out-the-door price even lower.

Low APR on 2014s and 2015s and two lease deals:

To help clear out 2014 models, Acura is continuing to offer 0.9-percent APR on the 2014 RLX for up to 60 months, while the 2015 model still only gets 1.9-percent APR for up to 36 months. Lease deals are the exact opposite, as the 2014 model has none but the 2015 model has a pair of them. Buyers can opt for $0 down and pay $590 per month for 35 months or pay $3,699 down and $499 per month for 36 months for a 2015 RLX.

Discounts for grads and U.S. Military continue to drive up slow sales:

Acura continues to offer recent college graduates $500 off an RLX when they finance through Acura Financial Services. Active and retired U.S. Military members and their spouses can get $750 off the price of an RLX when they finance through AFS.

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