2016 Acura Ratings, Reviews and Awards

In the four years leading up to 2016, Acura had consistent sales growth, and the company used its analytics of what it was doing well to improve its lineup even further. Although the RDX saw ample improvements in previous years, it gained some new refreshers for 2016, including retuned handling, a more efficient and powerful V6 engine, a newly-styled interior, and driver assistance technology standard in all packages. The TLX, now in its 2nd year, gained more powertrain options, including a 3.5-liter V6 coupled with a 9-speed automatic transmission for incredibly responsive shifting and power. The NSX also made its debut after an 11-year production break, giving drivers everything they could want in an exotic car, like a twin-turbocharged V6 engine, driver-focused cockpit with incredible visibility, and a body frame made of multiple materials to give it just the right weight and strength. Acura broke its own mold in 2016, while upping the ante for its competitors to provide such noteworthy upgrades to their lineups.
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Research 2016 Acura models (5)
ILX
Competing with other luxury sedans, the 2016 Acura ILX holds its own with its redesign, including an upgraded engine and extra safety features.
$28,850 - $35,840
MSRP
30 MPG
COMBINED
$28,850 - $35,840
MSRP
30 MPG
COMBINED
MDX
The Acura MDX has gotten a significant overhaul for 2016 with an upgraded transmission, new safety features, and five feature-packed trim levels.
$43,990 - $58,205
MSRP
22 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
$43,990 - $58,205
MSRP
22 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
RDX
With four main trim levels and optional all-wheel drive, the 2016 Acura RDX remains one of the most versatile in the manufacturer’s lineup.
$36,345 - $44,495
MSRP
23 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$36,345 - $44,495
MSRP
23 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
RLX
A luxury sedan with a smooth, comfortable ride and a sleek design, the 2016 Acura RLX has three trim levels to meet each driver’s needs.
$51,900 - $66,900
MSRP
25 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
$51,900 - $66,900
MSRP
25 - 30 MPG
COMBINED
TLX
The Acura TLX is back for 2016 without significant updates, but its sleek design and efficient powertrain still make it a contender in its class.
$32,645 - $45,750
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
$32,645 - $45,750
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
In the four years leading up to 2016, Acura had consistent sales growth, and the company used its analytics of what it was doing well to improve its lineup even further. Although the RDX saw ample improvements in previous years, it gained some new refreshers for 2016, including retuned handling, a more efficient and powerful V6 engine, a newly-styled interior, and driver assistance technology standard in all packages. The TLX, now in its 2nd year, gained more powertrain options, including a 3.5-liter V6 coupled with a 9-speed automatic transmission for incredibly responsive shifting and power. The NSX also made its debut after an 11-year production break, giving drivers everything they could want in an exotic car, like a twin-turbocharged V6 engine, driver-focused cockpit with incredible visibility, and a body frame made of multiple materials to give it just the right weight and strength. Acura broke its own mold in 2016, while upping the ante for its competitors to provide such noteworthy upgrades to their lineups.
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