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The RL is a midsize sedan in Acura’s lineup. It is every bit a luxury car as it is a joy to drive. However, it is one of the more expensive cars in their repertoire, starting at just over $47,000. Not an inconsiderable sum, new car buyers will also have to contend with the associated costs of ownership like car insurance. Generally luxury cars are more expensive to insure, though if you would like to learn how to save on Acura RL insurance, continue reading.
Fuel economy has been slightly improved for the RL without sacrificing much in the ways of ride quality. It is still responsive, and boasts superior handlings thanks to its all-wheel-drive system.
The RL is offered in three trim levels. Though standard on all RL’s, the base trim level provides: xenon headlights, keyless entry and ignition, leather seating, automatic climate control, sunroof, 10-speaker surround sound stereo, and satellite radio among other features. However, the technology package adds the following features to the mix:
Insurance rates will vary from insurer to insurer and driver to driver; however, on average, RL drivers have paid around $1,600 for car insurance.
There are ways to lower your car insurance premium. There are a variety of factors that go into the calculation of insurance rates. Among them are driving history and demographics. For example, if you are under 25, live in an area with high traffic congestion, and have a couple of traffic citations on your record, your insurance premiums will likely be higher than the average driver.
These are all risk factors that the insurance companies take into account.
However, regardless of these factors, there is a more direct way to save. Get various quotes, at least 3, from different insurance companies. Never stick with the first quote that you’re given, until you’ve compared it against the quotes you’re given from other insurance companies. Not every insurer will have the same offers, discounts or incentives. So, by getting multiple quotes, you’re ensuring you will get the best rates possible.
The 2011 RL has been given 5/5 stars for roof strength tests; however, it has not been further tested as of yet. The IIHS has also rated it. The 2011 RL has received the top score of good on front, rear, and side crash tests, while receiving a score of marginal for its roof strength test. Marginal is the second lowest score a car can get.
In addition to this, the RL has a list of safety features that can also help you save. It comes standard with stability control, anti-lock brakes, brake-assist, and front/side-curtain airbags.
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