The Acura TLX was launched in 2015 and replaced the Acura TX and TLS combining both of the vehicle design elements and positioned the car to go against the BMW 3 series, Lexus IS and Audi A4. There is a shield like chrome grill that has the logo, chrome lined accents on the side, an aggressive design language throughout the car and some menacing LED headlights that are really a work of art in this car. Even though it might not raise the charm of the Mercedes Benz C Class with its design, it sure is a looker nonetheless making it a worthy contender in this segment.
The cabin is quite and pleasing with very good materials used to finish the dashboard with black top underlined by wood and the lower part of the dash features a beige design making you feel like you are in a much larger car than you are making it roomy. The aluminum accents on the dashboard and center console further the style quotient while the dual display infotainment splits information and gives you a lot of options.
The seats are comfortable with adequate bolstering and the passenger seats are also comfortable to seat three. The car is powered by a four cylinder paired with an 8-Speed dual clutch transmission or a hearty V6 that comes with a 9-speed automatic. The four cylinder is adequate with 290hp and 362Nm of torque and makes do for the city and the highway while offering economy. The V6 has start stop and partial engine shutting technology to keep the economy only slightly lower. The rear steering system also gives you better handling making this car excellent while you are on corners making it excellent.
|Engine||I4 2.4L FWD|
|No. Of Gears||8A|
|Front Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
|Rear Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
|Tire Size||245/45R18, 245/45R18|
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