Acura Car Models, Pricing & Reviews

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For 2016, Honda Motor Company’s upscale Acura brand has spiced up its lineup with a modified RDX compact premium SUV, last redesigned in 2013, which features an exterior refresh and performance modifications. In addition, there have been a few tweaks to the TLX compact premium car, which was redone for 2015. The ILX compact premium car, last redesigned in 2013, has a fresher look as well and a new powertrain. Most of the changes for 2016 to Acura’s lineup are a host of optional and standard advanced safety and driver-assistance features and fine-tuning to powertrains, plus refreshes in exterior design.

Acura has also unveiled the production version of its next-generation 2017 NSX supercar. The aerodynamic 2-seater, which is Acura’s “halo” car, will hit showrooms in the spring of 2016.

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2017 Acura NSX

  • $156,000 - $156,000 MSRP
  • $144,881 - $144,881 Invoice
  • City 20 / Hwy 22 MPG
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2016 Acura TLX

  • $31,695 - $44,800 MSRP
  • $29,837 - $42,140 Invoice
  • City 21 / Hwy 33 MPG
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2015 Acura ILX

  • $27,050 - $31,750 MSRP
  • $25,517 - $29,867 Invoice
  • City 23 / Hwy 34 MPG
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2015 Acura MDX

  • $42,765 - $56,980 MSRP
  • $39,621 - $52,630 Invoice
  • City 19 / Hwy 27 MPG
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