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The New Acura TLX Has Some Has Few Exaggerations

Image Source: Acura TLX @ Instagram

The Acura TLX doesn’t rank high on luxurious cruising but does really well on general performance and practicality. It brings about some desirable standard features such as rear-wheel steering and an all-wheel-drive system that makes handling quite impressive.

The cabin is not truly a site to behold, but still manages some cozy seating and quality materials. Evidently, the TLX may not be the epitome of truly sporting but it still is a competent and deserving sedan

According to Acura, 2020 adjustments on the TLX include a host of new paint colors namely Canyon Bronze Metallic, Majestic Black Pearl, Performance Red Pearl, and Apex Blue Pearl. The Apex Blue Pearl needs special mention for it belongs to the exclusive A-Spec versions of the TLX, which is an ultra-limited-edition model officially known as the TLX PMC Edition. Acura says it will only make 360 examples of this special TLX, which costs $50,945.

The standard engine is derived 206-hp and works well with its eight-speed automatic transmission. Although this powertrain is offered only with front-wheel drive, it could be tweaked with a rear-wheel-steering system that can turn the rear wheels slightly for improved cornering.

Then there is a V-6 that pulls 290 horsepower and attached to a nine-speed automatic. By and large,the Acura TLX is an everyday car that is enhanced for better handling without being too ambitious.

Image Source: Acura TLX @ Instagram

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