2016 Acura ILX Available Trims

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ILX

2016

Available Trims

2016 Acura ILX Available Trims

2016 Acura ILX
  • Name w/Premium Pkg (4dr Sdn) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 29900.00 Engine 2.4 L/144 City/Hwy MPG 25/35
  • Name 4dr Sdn Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 27900.00 Engine 2.4 L/144 City/Hwy MPG 25/35
  • Name w/AcuraWatch Plus Pkg (4dr Sdn) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 29200.00 Engine 2.4 L/144 City/Hwy MPG 25/35
  • Name w/Premium/A-SPEC Pkg (4dr Sdn) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 31890.00 Engine 2.4 L/144 City/Hwy MPG 25/35
  • Name w/Technology Plus Pkg (4dr Sdn) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 32900.00 Engine 2.4 L/144 City/Hwy MPG 25/35
  • Name w/Technology Plus/A-SPEC Pkg (4dr Sdn) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 34890.00 Engine 2.4 L/144 City/Hwy MPG 25/35

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