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All 2017 Acura ILX models come standard with the 2.4-liter engine and 8-speed automatic transmission. They also come fairly well loaded with other features, including a rearview camera with multiple views, automatic headlights, dual-zone GPS-linked climate control, passive entry with push-button start, and an 8-way power driver's seat. Even base models get heated front seats, and part of the ILX's quiet is thanks to noise-abating wheels and active noise cancellation. The ILX also comes standard with Siri Eyes Free, which allows access to the iPhone's digital assistant with the push of a button on the steering wheel.Optional Equipment AcuraWatch is a suite of safety systems that includes adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation braking, lane keeping assist, and other high-tech features. Elsewhere, ILX Premium models add leather seats, blind-spot warning with a cross-traffic monitor, the iPhone navigation connectivity mentioned earlier, and an audio upgrade. The top-line Technology Plus models get AcuraWatch standard, as well as an even better audio system and built-in navigation. The A-Spec package adds 18-inch wheels and sporty trim inside and out.
 
All 2017 Acura ILX models come standard with the 2.4-liter engine and 8-speed automatic transmission.They also come fairly well loaded with other features, including a rearview camera with multiple views, automatic headlights, dual-zone GPS-linked climate control, passive entry with push-button start, and an 8-way power driver's seat. Even base models get heated front seats, and part of the ILX's quiet is thanks to noise-abating wheels and active noise cancellation. The ILX also comes standard with Siri Eyes Free, which allows access to the iPhone's digital assistant with the push of a button on the steering wheel.Optional EquipmentAcuraWatch is a suite of safety systems that includes adaptive cruise control, collision mitigation braking, lane keeping assist, and other high-tech features. Elsewhere, ILX Premium models add leather seats, blind-spot warning with a cross-traffic monitor, the iPhone navigation connectivity mentioned earlier, and an audio upgrade.The top-line Technology Plus models get AcuraWatch standard, as well as an even better audio system and built-in navigation. The A-Spec package adds 18-inch wheels and sporty trim inside and out.
 
Base engine for the TLX is a 206-horsepower, 2.4-liter 4-cylinder with an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission. The TLX 2.4 rides on 17-inch wheels and comes with adaptive cruise control, heated side mirrors, paddle shifters, 7-speaker audio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, moonroof, and 10-way-power driver seat with power lumbar adjustment. (The passenger seat is power-4-way adjustable.) Standard seat material is Leatherette; front seat heaters are also standard. There's an extensive list of standard safety features -- including AcuraWatch with forward-collision warning, lane-keep assist, road-departure mitigation -- plus collision-mitigation braking and seven airbags.Optional EquipmentThe TLX's optional engine is a 290-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 with a 9-speed automatic transmission. Acura's Super Handling All-Wheel Drive is available in V6-powered models. Other options include navigation, 10-speaker audio, leather seats, GPS-linked climate control, parking sensors, rear seat-heaters, ventilated front seats, surround-view camera system, blind-spot information, rear cross-traffic monitor, and wireless smartphone charging. The A-Spec model is the only way you can get an Alcantara interior; it's also the only one available in Still Night Blue Pearl paint and with 19-inch Shark Gray wheels.
 
Most of the luxury SUV competitors the RDX faces don't have the long list of standard features as the Acura, and fewer still at the price.The 2018 Acura RDX comes with things like dual-zone climate control, a 10-way-power driver's seat, active noise cancellation, a multi-view rearview camera, and a 7-speaker/360-watt AM/FM/CD audio system with a 5-inch LCD display, USB/auxiliary inputs, voice-activated text messaging and Pandora Internet radio. Safety features include six airbags, stability and traction control, and Acura's ACE body structure, which has helped it earn top crash-test ratings from both the government and the insurance industry.Optional EquipmentWhile Acura tends to divide its major options into different model levels, Acura's 2018 RDX breaks with this rule by offering the AcuraWatch package as a stand-alone option on all models, except the Advance Package, which includes it. AcuraWatch bundles adaptive cruise control, forward-collision braking and warning, and lane-keeping assist and departure warning in one package. All-wheel drive (AWD) is also available across the board.Navigation is available on the Technology and Advance packages, while the Advance adds luxury touches like ventilated front seats, blind-spot monitoring, parking sensors, remote starting, and automatic windshield wipers.
 
The 2018 Acura TLX sedan gets updated styling and new standard and available features for the 2018 model year. New standard features include AcuraWatch active safety tech, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Six-cylinder models are available with a new A-Spec trim featuring revised steering and suspension tuning, and 19-inch alloy wheels, lip spoiler, body kit, bigger dual-exhaust tips, and badging as well as a new steering wheel and sport seats.
 
The 2017 Acura MDX is surprisingly well-equipped out the gate.A standard model comes with the AcuraWatch suite of safety and semi-autonomous driving features, leather interior, power-operated and heated front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, power tailgate, power moonroof and the HomeLink garage-door opener.On the audio/entertainment front, the MDX comes with an 8-speaker AM/FM/CD system with multiple USB ports and Bluetooth connectivity. The MDX features Siri Eyes Free compatibility for iPhone users, but not CarPlay or Android Auto. Safety and driving features include rearview camera, lane-keep assist and road-departure mitigation, automatic emergency braking, and traction and stability control systems.Optional EquipmentAside from all-wheel drive, most major options are bundled into packages.The Technology package includes navigation, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, Siri Eyes Free, 20-inch wheels and remote engine start. The Advance package adds the 2nd-row captain's chairs, upgraded leather, ventilated front seats, surround-view camera and front/rear parking sensors.A rear-seat entertainment package brings an entertainment screen, wireless headphones, rear-door sunshades and heated 2nd-row seats.
 
The 2017 Acura MDX is surprisingly well-equipped out the gate.A standard model comes with the AcuraWatch suite of safety and semi-autonomous driving features, leather interior, power-operated and heated front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, power tailgate, power moonroof and the HomeLink garage-door opener.On the audio/entertainment front, the MDX comes with an 8-speaker AM/FM/CD system with multiple USB ports and Bluetooth connectivity.The MDX features Siri Eyes Free compatibility for iPhone users, but not CarPlay or Android Auto. Safety and driving features include rearview camera, lane-keep assist and road-departure mitigation, automatic emergency braking, and traction and stability control systems.Optional EquipmentAside from all-wheel drive, most major options are bundled into packages.The Technology package includes navigation, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, Siri Eyes Free, 20-inch wheels and remote engine start. The Advance package adds the 2nd-row captain's chairs, upgraded leather, ventilated front seats, surround-view camera and front/rear parking sensors.A rear-seat entertainment package brings an entertainment screen, wireless headphones, rear-door sunshades and heated 2nd-row seats.
 
The 2017 Acura MDX is surprisingly well-equipped out the gate.A standard model comes with the AcuraWatch suite of safety and semi-autonomous driving features, leather interior, power-operated and heated front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, power tailgate, power moonroof and the HomeLink garage-door opener.On the audio/entertainment front, the MDX comes with an 8-speaker AM/FM/CD system with multiple USB ports and Bluetooth connectivity.The MDX features Siri Eyes Free compatibility for iPhone users, but not CarPlay or Android Auto. Safety and driving features include rearview camera, lane-keep assist and road-departure mitigation, automatic emergency braking, and traction and stability control systems.Optional EquipmentAside from all-wheel drive, most major options are bundled into packages.The Technology package includes navigation, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, Siri Eyes Free, 20-inch wheels and remote engine start. The Advance package adds the 2nd-row captain's chairs, upgraded leather, ventilated front seats, surround-view camera and front/rear parking sensors. A rear-seat entertainment package brings an entertainment screen, wireless headphones, rear-door sunshades and heated 2nd-row seats.
 
The 2018 Acura MDX is surprisingly well-equipped out the gate.A standard model comes with the AcuraWatch suite of safety and semi-autonomous driving features, leather interior, power-operated and heated front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, power tailgate, power moonroof and the HomeLink garage-door opener. On the audio/entertainment front, the MDX comes with an 8-speaker AM/FM/CD system with multiple USB ports and Bluetooth connectivity. The MDX features Siri Eyes Free compatibility for iPhone users as well as Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Safety and driving features include a rearview camera, lane-keep assist, road-departure mitigation, automatic emergency braking, and traction- and stability-control systems.Optional EquipmentAside from all-wheel drive, most major options are bundled into packages.Sport Hybrid models start at the Technology package level, which includes navigation, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, Siri Eyes Free, 20-inch wheels and remote engine start. The Advance package adds the 2nd-row captain's chairs, upgraded leather, ventilated front seats, surround-view camera and front/rear parking sensors. A rear-seat entertainment package brings an entertainment screen, wireless headphones, rear-door sunshades and heated 2nd-row seats, but isn't available on Sport Hybrid models.
 
The 2018 Acura MDX is surprisingly well-equipped out the gate.A standard model comes with the AcuraWatch suite of safety and semi-autonomous driving features, leather interior, power-operated and heated front seats, tri-zone automatic climate control, power tailgate, power moonroof and the HomeLink garage-door opener.On the audio/entertainment front, the MDX comes with an 8-speaker AM/FM/CD system with multiple USB ports and Bluetooth connectivity. The MDX features Siri Eyes Free compatibility for iPhone users as well as Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Safety and driving features include a rearview camera, lane-keep assist, road-departure mitigation, automatic emergency braking, and traction- and stability-control systems.Optional EquipmentAside from all-wheel drive, most major options are bundled into packages.Technology package level, which includes navigation, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, Siri Eyes Free, 20-inch wheels and remote engine start. The Advance package adds the 2nd-row captain's chairs, upgraded leather, ventilated front seats, surround-view camera and front/rear parking sensors.A rear-seat entertainment package brings an entertainment screen, wireless headphones, rear-door sunshades and heated 2nd-row seats, but isn't available on Sport Hybrid models.
 

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*Prices shown include a destination & handling charge but do not include taxes or license. Destination charges for ILX, TLX and RLX is $965.00, NSX is $1800.00 and MDX and RDX is $995.00. Actual vehicles/accessory costs, labor and installation vary. Please consult your selected dealer.

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