2017 Acura TLX Prices, Reviews and Pictures

2017 Acura TLX Prices, Reviews and Pictures

Base TLX models come with a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine making 206 hp. Power is sent to the front wheels via an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, which features a torque converter to smooth out any jerkiness in the drivetrain during low speed operation. The optional engine is a 3.5L V6 making 290 hp. Power is sent to either the front, or with Acura's SH-AWD system, all-four wheels via a 9-speed automatic transmission.

The TLX has a tricky niche to fill, being both a luxury car and a sports sedan at the same time. Acura have addressed this with the addition of a revised 4-wheel steering system, allowing the TLX to be both nimble and stable when carving up a twisty road.

The Acura TLX returns unchanged for 2017.

With a base price starting at around $32,000, TLX represents an excellent value. Competitors include the Lexus ES350, the Mercedes-Benz CLS, the Audi A4 and the BMW 3-series. The TLX, with its strong feature set and low price of entry, undercuts many of its rivals, while still offering plenty of space, sophisticated drivetrains and a modern chassis.

Acura lists seven different trim levels for the TLX. A choice of 4-cylinder or V6 engines and front-wheel or SH-AWD all-wheel drive, each of which can each be ordered with a Technology Package or Advanced Package.

2017 Acura TLX Prices, Reviews and Pictures
Good balance between luxury and sportiness; available all-wheel drive; good fuel economy; advanced transmission options

Basic levels of equipment are excellent. The base TLX comes equipped with LED headlights, Bluetooth connectivity, SiriusXM satellite radio, a rearview camera, keyless access, a multi-function display, Siri eyes free functionality and USB and iPod connectivity.

Buyers who opt for the Technology Package get a navigation system with real-time traffic updates, a premium audio system with HD radio, a colored display screen, a perforated leather trimmed interior, rain sensing wipers, lane assist and lane departure warning systems as well as blind spot and forward collision warning systems.

The V6-powered TLX comes in both front and all-wheel drive configurations, though all-wheel drive versions always come equipped with either the Technology or the Advanced Package.

2016 Acura TLX Prices

2016 Acura TLX Front Wheel Drive $32,000
2016 Acura TLX Front Wheel Drive V6 $35,450
2016 Acura TLX Front Wheel Drive w/Technology Package $36,050
2016 Acura TLX Front Wheel Drive V6 w/Technology Package $39,500
2016 Acura TLX Super Handling-All Wheel Drive V6 w/Technology Package $41,700
2016 Acura TLX Front Wheel Drive V6 w/Advance Package $42,700
2016 Acura TLX Super Handling-All Wheel Drive V6 w/Advance Package $44,900
The Advanced Package includes everything in the Technology Package but adds even more safety and technology. Items in the Advanced Package include an adaptive cruise control system, a forward collision mitigation system and a lane departure mitigation system, front and rear parking sensors, auto dimming rearview mirrors, LED fog and puddle lights and a remote engine start system.

Safety systems across the TLX line include anti-lock brakes, traction control and stability control. Front, side, side curtain and driver's knee airbags are all standard

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Great value in a premium package delete Aug 22, 2017, 4:23:00 PM

I waited to buy the TLX because of the reported transmission problems. I have the 2.4 with the 8 speed DCT. Actually I would have give the car 4.5 stars if I could. So far it has been great. It is not as sporty as my 2009 TL but more refined and luxurious. Very quiet and smooth ride. The Technology package is great, from the ELS stereo, to safety features and leather interior it is well worth it. Add that to the fact that Acura is paying the price for the bad press on the earlier models means the dealers are discounting. The makes the TLX a great value. The car is not perfect ( no car is) but I would be shocked if I don't get good reliable service out of it for many years to come.

Nice combination of options, power and economy. delete Aug 22, 2017, 4:28:00 PM

I purchased the v6 tech. Since the 18 update is nearly out the 17 were discounted a lot. Having already put 2k miles on it and coming from a 3rd gen Acura TL I have a good frame of reference. The car is much quieter and smoother than I expected. Very comfortable overall. Does lack some soft touch material on the doors but the amount of options in this car for the price is really substantial. Since I brought it home I have averaged 28.4 mpg combined and just under 37 mpg on highway driving (using regular gas) although most of my driving is not highway. It has three mpg trackers so you can reset one and keep another one tallying to get different measurements of economy, that's how I track overall versus highway trips. There were some transmission issues on the 2015 models so best to stay away from them unless your going for the 4cyl. The push button transmission shifter does take some getting used to as most of us are so used to the shift knob. I do think the update looks wise on the 2018 is an upgrade but the powertrain remains unchanged.

One Bad car doesn't define all the rest delete Aug 22, 2017, 4:32:00 PM

I got the 2017 4 cylinder haven't had a moment of trouble out of it. Performance is great when I use the IDS it moves with great speed. I put just the other day I want over 4000 miles yet not giving me any trouble I will not buy any Car from now. Maybe some cars weren't correctly made up to standards but that doesn't mean all of them. Guess I was blessed in getting a great car. It had three miles on it when I purchased it and I put all the other miles on it since I've purchased it with not one minute of trouble. So as they've said in the past "one apple doesn't spoil the whole batch. "
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