If you are looking for suitable sedan in mid-size class, with cool styling, advanced technology and comfortable seating, and that vehicle is not suffering on the performance end, you should consider 2018 Acura TLX as an option for purchase. Car comes refreshed and picks up the best from cars it is replacing, TSX and TL. New features, modern look and durable engine raises the price of it, but we are sure it is worth it.
2018 Acura TLX appearance
Design of the 2018 Acura TLX is superb, so all car fans can be stunned at first sight. This model is going to be improved comparing to current one on the streets. Body is made of more aluminum, which is lighter, but keeps other characteristics. Weight loss means less use of gasoline, and more buyers interested in spending money on TLX. Savings are not visible on performance. Car is faster and handling is better, with improved cornering and steering. Visual changes include new air intake, bumpers and grille. Headlights are also new, more aggressive. However, overall grade is very elegant and modern. Fog lights are installed under the LED lights in front, while tail lights are slimmer. Exhaust system has two tips, which wasn’t seen on previous models.
2018 Acura TLX interior
Cabin of the 2018 Acura TLX is elegant, comfortable and entertaining. Big touch screen is new feature, and that is not only change on the dashboard. Clusters are modernized. Shifting knob is covered by leather, as well as door panels and seats. Then, safety is boosted by cameras and screen where driver can monitor situation around the car. Head and leg-room are enlarged. Infotainment system is upgraded with couple of new features, while existing are being updated.
2018 Acura TLX engine
There are two available powerplants for new 2018 Acura TLX. Base models are coming with 2.4-l V6 unit, which can deliver 300 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque. Bigger is 3.5-l V6, with more power, but also higher fuel consumption. Power is sent through 6-speed automatic transmission, and drivers can pick manual shifting, to either two or all wheels. Estimated fuel economy is around 26 mpg with 22 mpg rating for city ride and about 30 mpg for highway.