Acura unveiled the redesigned TLX earlier this month, and the business has since revealed that the starting price will be $45,000. Given that the 2023 model started at $40,050, that is a notable increase.
Notwithstanding the price increase, the technology package is now included as standard. In actuality, the increase isn't too bad as it drove the price of the sedan from the previous year to $44,050.
The entry-level model has a newly designed grille and a slightly altered front fascia. It is only offered with front-wheel drive. Also, larger 19-inch wheels are now available to buyers as part of the standard Technology package.
Inside, there's a larger 12.3-inch infotainment system with a faster processor and a new 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.
Milano leather seats, the wireless smartphone charger, the back USB-C charging ports, and the ambient lighting system are additional highlights. An ELS Studio audio system, which most likely has thirteen speakers, joins them.
The Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system is standard on the mid-level TLX A-Spec, which has a starting price of $50,000. The 19-inch Shark Gray-finished wheels and the gloss black rear spoiler are additional highlights. Additionally, new front fender liners, wheel insulators, B-pillar insulators, and door insulators were added by engineers in an effort to make the cabin quieter.
The TLX Type S starts at $57,000 and comes with an updated grille as well as new 20-inch black wheels. There are few other changes, but the car now has a head-up display, a surround-view camera, and a Sport+ drive mode that promises improved throttle response.
The Type S is powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 producing 355 hp and 479 Nm of torque. It's a significant upgrade over the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder's 272 hp and 379 Nm of torque.