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2019 Acura ILX trims

2019 ILX

MPG City
24
MPG Hwy
34

The Acura ILX is a stylish compact luxury sedan that boasts an impressive interior, plenty of innovative technology, a powerful engine, and solid driving dynamics. Learn more.

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2019 Acura MDX trims

2019 MDX

MPG City
19-26
MPG Hwy
25

The large-size MDX is stylish and well outfitted in the base model. Learn more.

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2019 Acura NSX trims

2019 NSX

MPG City
21
MPG Hwy
22

The NSX is a two-door, high-performance sports coupe by Acura. Learn more.

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2019 Acura RDX trims

2019 RDX

MPG City
21-22
MPG Hwy
26

The RDX is Acura’s take on a luxury compact SUV. And it’s rather impressive. Learn more.

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2019 Acura RLX trims

2019 RLX

MPG City
20-28
MPG Hwy
29

The RLX has it all; looks, luxury, tech and grit. Learn more.

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2019 Acura TLX trims

2019 TLX

MPG City
20-23
MPG Hwy
29

The TLX has helped define a mid-level luxury sedan with its modern styling and technology features. Learn more.

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Acura is upping the game with driving assistance and safety features linked to their AcuraWatch™85. A substantial list of Acura driver assistance systems was engineered to back driver instincts. This comes standard on each new RLX and MDX and is also available on all sedans and SUVs. Additionally, AcuraLink® monitors driver performance sends service reminders with an option to schedule instantly, allows drivers to lock or unlock the vehicle from anywhere, and offers live assistance, 24/7. Acura’s Collision Mitigation Braking System is an innovative feature that alerts the driver to obstacles detected ahead. This system utilized both radar and a camera and is programmed to provide visual alerts when a crash is possible. In the case of a non-reactive driver, it can automatically brake for everyone’s safety. Combined with adaptive cruise control and lane assist, Acura is making vast strides in the future of driving. Acura is also testing a self-piloting car with the current goal of releasing a highly-automated driving technology around 2020.