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The ILX, on sale since the model year, is Acura's entry-level subcompact luxury sedan. Based on the previous generation Honda Civic, the FWD ILX has.


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Ranked at #26 in our midsize sedan of new cars. The new Acura ILX starts at $ Read our in-depth review and buying advice.


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No, the Acura ILX is not a good car. It has moderately composed handling, and its ride is comfortable enough, but most shoppers expect a.


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Is the Acura ILX a good car? According to all the data, the ILX is a very easy car to live with. It has lower-than.


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Positioned somewhere between mainstream and luxury, the Acura ILX premium compact sedan looks impressive enoughβ€”and it's priced.


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The Acura ILX starts with a reasonably well-equipped base trim level and offers three major upgrade packages. All trim levels use a liter four-cylinder engine .


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Fuel Economy. The ILX is powered by a liter engine good for hp and lb-ft of torque. The only transmission is an 8.


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2020 Acura ILX: Exterior \u0026 Interior Design Walkaround

Base models use a five-inch central color display, and all others have an eight-inch LED backlit VGA display along with the touchscreen. Revving out the four-cylinder provokes a decent turn of speed, but you simply don't have to work as hard to get the same performance out of an A3 or Mercedes A-Class. The ILX has Two suitcases should be able to fit at a squeeze, or you will be able to accommodate a week's worth of groceries with some extra space to spare. However, the TLX range also has an available V6 with a lot more punch, as well as the option of all-wheel-drive. Once on the move, there's more fun to be had, but passing power is only average alongside turbocharged competitors. Unlike most other manufacturers, Acura eschews traditional standalone trims and instead provides the choice of several packages that build on top of each other. The sporty A-Spec gets uniquely trimmed seats in a combination of Milano leather and Ultrasuede, in either Ebony or Red. You can also reduce shifting in Sport mode, where the transmission effectively keeps the engine on the boil. You're also going to want to carefully assess the ILX's available space if you or your family are on the tall side as there's not an abundance of room, especially at the back where three passengers will be a tight squeeze. All models also get a power moonroof and a chrome exhaust outlet. The brakes are up to the task, though, with good pedal modulation and sufficient bite at normal speeds, and when executing an emergency stop. What they won't love is the ILX's inability to keep external noises at bay - both wind and road noise are much too noticeable and, when coupled with the mediocre build quality and a few squeaks from the cabin, it doesn't add up to the most premium experience. For a premium subcompact, the ILX features a really good standard of safety features and driving aids. The base model gets standard Jewel Eye LED headlights, a power moonroof, inch alloy wheels, an eight-way power driver's seat, leatherette upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, and an almost full suite of driver aids including adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning. At least the dual-clutch is a great transmission and makes the most of the available power, but there's no doubt that a turbocharged engine option would increase the ILX's competitiveness. The brand's diamond-pentagon grille dominates the face and is flanked by distinctive Jewel Eye LED headlights. Adding on any of the available packages also includes blind-spot monitoring and a rear cross-traffic monitor. You can tell the difference out on the road quite quickly because it's the Civic that is not only more fun to drive, but more comfortable as well.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It adds worthwhile extras like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a superior sound system, a bigger display screen, and blind-spot monitoring without breaking the bank. Still, Acura claims that the update helped the ILX appeal to a greater percentage of under buyers than before, so the range isn't without some appeal. Legroom is better, although it can hardly be described as exceptional, and rear passengers benefit from a flat floor with good foot space. The ILX's strong value proposition remains one of its primary selling points, so for that reason, we'd recommend going no higher than the Premium Package. Thanks to a light steering setup and compact dimensions, the ILX is easy to maneuver around town and, as speeds rise, provides a relatively entertaining experience from behind the wheel - the steering also isn't completely lifeless, with some feedback filtering through to let you know what the front wheels are up to. The driver's seat has standard eight-way power adjustment, but even this can't completely overcome a seating position that feels too high-set. If you can fit, though, there are few issues with the comfortable and supportive seats, although the side bolsters could be better. The engine, too, should prove pretty bulletproof. The most recent update included a redesigned exterior, an updated infotainment system, and the re-introduction of the sporty A-Spec Package. Ultimately, it's easy to see why the TLX costs more and, if you can make the stretch, it's the better vehicle. It's no hot hatch in its reactions, though, and the ILX's cornering limits aren't as high as they are in the grippy Audi A3 sedan. While the ILX is well-equipped and offers a high-value price tag, it's undone by a 2. As on more expensive Acura models, the dual-screen infotainment system may look impressive at first glance but is actually less intuitive to operate than a single-screen layout. Technically a five-seater, the ILX is better suited to four passengers. The same agency did, however, rate the effectiveness of the ILX's headlights as Poor. Making a more positive impression are the perforated Milano leather seats with contrast stitching and piping fitted to the Premium and Technology models. The i-VTEC engine is at its best at over 4, rpm, but of course, slow-moving traffic makes it difficult to explore the upper regions of the rev range with any regularity. On the highway, you'll easily be able to tell which is the more expensive vehicle as the TLX rides with more composure and is also quieter. There's an array of driver aids which fall under the AcuraWatch moniker - included is collision mitigation braking, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control an optional feature on many cars costing far more , lane-keeping assist, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and a multi-view rear camera. The interior's main issue is limited headroom, even for adults of average height. While side armrests are fitted, they're mounted quite low and, therefore, don't add to comfort levels significantly. Key dimensions for the ILX are a height of The wheelbase measures The base curb weight is 3, pounds, while the heaviest model is 3, lbs when equipped with both the Technology and A-Spec packages. Despite its friendly price tag, the ILX ships with a decent amount of kit as standard. Overall, considering the amount of equipment on offer, the ILX represents good value in this segment. All models get automatic dual-zone climate control, a keyless access system, push-button ignition, an eight-way power driver's seat, heated front seats, ambient cabin lighting, cruise control, hill start assist and a tilt-telescoping steering wheel column. Cheaper TLX models make use of the same 2. The cabin is also too noisy once the speeds rise and the engine, while fun to occasionally rev to its maximum, requires too much hard work to get the ILX moving at a rapid pace. All models also get leather wrapping for the shift knob and the steering wheel. The ILX's sole engine option is a 2. The rear seat does fold down, but it isn't a split-folding seat so you can either seat passengers at the back or increase cargo capacity - but you can't do both, which is a nuisance at times. The windows and the moonroof can be remotely controlled. The sporty A-Spec is the looker of the range and gets dark chrome trim detailing, LED fog lights, inch Shark Gray alloy wheels, a decklid spoiler, and a piano black rear diffuser. An A-Class has a much more striking design and rivals from Audi and BMW have it soundly beaten for the quality of materials used. The A-Spec's focus is generally on sportier trim such as stainless steel sport pedals, red illumination for the instruments, and an Ebony headliner. This can make the ILX feel rather flat at lower speeds and from a standing start. It also lacks the availability of all-wheel-drive that you can get with the Audi A3 sedan. It's easy to understand the initial appeal of the Acura ILX. There are fewer complaints to be had with the transmission, which shifts gears smoothly and quickly. The base model is fitted with leatherette sports seats in a predominantly dark environment - the seats are finished in Ebony, although Bright Silver and Chrome finish trim does give the cabin a bit of a lift. This package gains dynamic guidelines for the multi-view camera, a navigation system with 3D view, an Els audio system with ten speakers, traffic rerouting, and real-time traffic information. Acura's unique packages provide choice within the ILX range, with each building on top of the next. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}As an entry-point to the Acura brand, the ILX competes in the premium subcompact segment. While there are door pockets for stashing small items, these aren't particularly large in size. Power isn't the issue - it's more the absence of a turbocharger that equates to limited low-down grunt. If we were to go for an Acura ILX, this is the variant we'd choose, but it still isn't close to the best of what this segment can offer. Being the bigger car, the TLX has a much more spacious cabin that is also better built. Many competitors trump the ILX in this aspect, so we'd advise your test drive to include some highway driving to see how much the Acura's minimal refinement matters to you. The ILX's latest redesign was a success and the small sedan still cuts quite a stylish figure. It's formidable competition and, following a comprehensive update in , the ILX not only wants to draw younger buyers away from these premium-badged rivals, but also introduce new buyers to the Acura stable. The ILX quite effectively smothers bumps and ruts and most buyers will appreciate this. With a rather small The ILX's interior lags behind the best in this class, unfortunately. Although the model has, so far, not been subject to any problems, the ILX was recalled by the NHTSA for two issues, one being an inaccurate fuel gauge and the other for a potentially separated driveshaft that could cause the vehicle to roll even when it is parking. If appearance matters to you more than anything else, then the A-Spec ILX is the more sharply attired of the two. It's beyond the surface level appeal of Acura's smallest sedan that things start looking less rosy. At the end of the day, while it isn't an awful car by any means, there are simply too few good reasons to recommend the Acura ILX. Ride comfort benefits from a suspension that has been tuned more for comfort than outright dynamism. Ingress and egress are fine, and visibility is only marred by the positioning of the windshield wipers. All versions get a power-adjustable driver's seat, seat heating in front, and a power moonroof - the latter feature does eat into the available headroom, however. No matter which ILX you choose, you'll get the same 2. There's also a cheap-feeling interior that doesn't come close to the A3's for quality or refinement. They're all more expensive, though, but if you want a sedan of this size, why not go for the even cheaper and hugely accomplished Honda Civic? All are fitted with the 2. Still, one can't help but wonder how a turbocharged engine would transform the ILX driving experience. Driving the front wheels through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, the ILX isn't as quick as the best of its rivals, hitting 60 mph in around seven seconds. For a good price, you're getting a fairly luxurious subcompact with loads of features, smart looks, and excellent safety. Following a comprehensive update in , the Acura ILX enters largely unchanged. The Apex Blue Pearl is an especially striking shade that suits the A-Spec's more flamboyant exterior upgrades. Rear-seat passengers get a center armrest with integrated cupholders, but overall, small-item storage isn't anything to write home about. These seats are available in Ebony, Graystone, or Espresso. Power rating of 76 out of a maximum is average, although the Japanese brand generally has a solid reputation for reliability. Ground clearance for all models is 5. It's matched with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and power is sent to the front wheels exclusively. Of course, being based on the previous-generation Honda Civic provides some explanation as to why the ILX doesn't feel as high-end as it's intended to be. Upgrading to the Premium Package adds more comfort and connectivity in the form of leather upholstery, four-way power adjustment for the front passenger seat, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a dual-screen infotainment system including an eight-inch display. Most of the controls are also easy to use and clearly marked, though the dual-screen infotainment system was not designed with user-friendliness as a top priority. A moonroof and LED lights are further standard features across the range. The interior lacks space, features too many cheap-feeling materials, and is stuck with an infotainment system that trails the best for user-friendliness.