So Acura has a lot riding on this new sedan that sits smack dab in a segment populated by high-ticket luxury models. It is benchmarked against competitors like the Audi A4, BMW 3-Series, Mercedes-Benz C 350, Infiniti Q50 and Lexus IS 350. That's a pretty impressive bunch to say the least.
Rather than creating a whole new look, the TLX appears to take design cues from both the cars it replaces (TL and TSX). It's not a vehicle that will stand out in a crowd from a styling standpoint; the key will be to get potential buyers into the car for a test drive. That's where Acura believes it will shine.
Among the standard features are heated front seats, keyless entry with push button start, Jewel Eye LED headlights, power moonroof, 10-way power driver's seat with memory settings, multi-angle rearview camera, capless fueling system, dual-zone automatic climate control and a Canadian-exclusive front windshield de-ice.
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