Acura, Honda’s luxury division, flew me out to Louisville, Kentucky for the introduction of what they refer to as the “refreshed” model 2018 Acura TLX A-Spec. They also showed off the more pedestrian TLX. Both fall into the performance luxury sedan category.
There will continue to be two propulsion choices:
The 2017 Acura MDX Hybrid is all new. Acura says the new MDX Hybrid shares much of its powerplant layout and some of its sporty DNA with the Acura NSX. That would make it a very sporty and fun to drive car. But is Acura correct in connecting the two
The 2018 Acura TLX isn't all new but it has been significantly updated for 2018. The biggest change is it now shares the brand's new face. Gone is the bird's beak replaced by a larger and more prominent grill and Acura logo.
The car's hood has also been revised with a
On March 28th, 2017 Acura gave us a teaser image of the all new 2018 Acura TLX. They promised a full reveal on April 11th, 2017 and that is what we got. Introducing the 2018 Acura TLX. Acura boasts, "aggressive, sporty design, and new technology features" but we will unpack
Seattle, WA - What do you do if you're the manufacturer of two of the top three SUVs and one of them is the best selling SUV of all time? The first is the Acura RDX and the second is the Acura MDX, which is the titleholder. If you're as
Acura have kindly flown Roman out to the lovely Pacific Northwest in order to drive the brand new 2017 Acura MDX Hybrid. Roman tells us that this is the most technically advanced MDX around. A statement he attributes to the car's staggering total of four different powerplants. First up is the
Acura has announced that they will be unveiling the 2018 Acura TLX in New York on April 11, 2017. Although we are given a teaser look at the new car, we have yet to see the whole thing. However, Acura says the 2018 Acura TLX will have a more aggressive and
We had a golden opportunity to compare the 2017 Acura MDX to its senior brother, a 2007 Acura MDX. While these vehicles are separated by 10 years of updates and innovations, they had a lot in common. Size, design, layout and some of the driving dynamics were remarkably similar. Still,