We've been hearing about the Cadillac CT6 and Lincoln Continental lately, but we've heard little about the Acura RLX. There's a darn good reason for it too. The grand total for the Acura RLX this month? 127 units. Even craptastic cars, like the Lincoln MKS, outsell the RLX.
My question is: How does Acura justify keeping the RLX around? If a domestic brand saw sales figures like that for a sedan in a dying segment, that car would have been chopped faster than Sergio Marchionne making production plans. Here is a chart of Honda/Acura sales: