2015 Acura TLX Priced from $31,890

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2015 Acura TLX Priced from $31,890

When the Acura TLX hits dealer this August, it will do so with a base price of $31,890. 

For that base price, the TLX comes with a  2.4-liter four-cylinder engine producing 206 hp and 182 lb-ft of torque, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. To add the technology package to this car, customers will be asked to drop about $36,000.

Moving on up, the more powerful 3.5-liter V6 that makes 290 hp and 267 lb-ft of torque can be had for $36,115, mated to a nine-speed automatic. Add the technology package, and the price climbs to just over $40,000. Finally, those customers interested in Acura’s super-handling all-wheel drive can have the car for $42,345, or $45,595 with the tech package.

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Acura is also doing something special for customers who are willing to put their cash on the line before September 2, 2014, and take delivery of their car by October 31. Called the Acura Advantage, those interested in financing will be able to pay $299 a month for the 2.4-liter model and $349 a month for the 3.5-liter model for 36 months with a $2,499 down payment. The program will also benefit existing owners of Acuras, offering a $500 personalization allowance for Acura genuine accessories, which can be applied to a new TLX.

The TLX will be built in Marysville, Ohio.

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Discuss this post at our Acura TLX forum

  • Shiratori90

    Only $85 more than the outgoing TL Advance for the range topping 3.5 SH-AWD and all of the new tech that comes with it? Great. With that pricing, I suspect that this car will fare very well against the IS and Q50.

  • Rickers

    I’m still not sure about this car. Just seems like a gussied-up Accord.

  • Shiratori90

    AWD, a more powerful V6, and a suite of tech goodies not available on the Accord says otherwise…….

  • Ibn Faqir Al Comilla

    the accords v6 is just as powerful and costs 10-13k less. my friend bought a v6 accord back in 04 for 31k a comparable acura would have been 41k

  • bd

    It’s less of a gussied-up Accord than the ES is a gussied up Avalon (and formerly Camry(.

  • Tigre

    I guess you don’t get the luxury brand name then.. that’s about it. There must be some luxury goodies in the TLX that the Accord doesn’t have. Also, those 8 and 9 speed transmissions are sure to deliver some big fuel economy gains.

  • Shiratori90

    Yeah, no. The Accord V6 only makes 278.

    You can say “The TLX is a dressed-up Accord!” all you want. At the end of the day, the engine, AWD, transmission choices, and all of the electronics shows that your dead wrong.

  • Shiratori90

    -ELS Audio
    – Standard Remote Engine Start
    – Rain Sensing Wipers
    – Cross Traffic Alert
    – Collision Mitigation Braking System
    – Lane Keeping Assist
    – Hill Start Assist
    – Integrated Dynamics System (IDS)

    etc., etc., etc…….

    All of these features are unavailable on the Accord. There is CLEARLY a difference between the two cars.

  • Honest Abe

    Agreed! I think the RSX-driving Honda fanboys are much too hard on Honda and Acura.

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