Today I'd like to talk about Acura's ILX. Like the Audi A3, Mercedes (what an ugly face) CLA, BMW 2 series and Buick Verano, the ILX is part of the entry level luxury group of cars that has been gaining popularity and promise to rake in more sales for luxury brands. Show More Summary
The Acura ILX played a supporting role in kick-starting the automaker’s recent growth in the luxury-sedan market. Sure, it has never been a huge seller, but its release was a clear sign that the company was willing to change with the times, something it hadn’t done for quite a while. Show More Summary
We drive the 2016 Acura ILX, react to pricing information on the new Cadillac ATS-V and try to decide which is better at being terrible between a Chrysler Crossfire SRT6 and 1984 Pontiac Fiero. All that and more in today's recap of auto...Show More Summary
The latest intel suggests that Acura could slot the 2.0-liter turbo four from the new Honda Civic Type R into the ILX to make for a 300-plus-horsepower performance sedan. But it may take a while. Continue reading Acura ILX Type S could...Show More Summary
What's an aspiring Japanese automaker to do in 2015's golden age of affordable luxury? If you're Acura, you scramble to release a mid-cycle upgrade to elevate the status of your 2016 ILX sedan. Continue reading 2016 Acura ILX [w/video] 2016 Acura ILX [w/video] originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 10 Feb 2015 11:57:00 EST. Show More Summary
Executive comments have inspired speculation of a 300-horsepower sport-tuned ILX.
Acura's compact ILX gets a much needed reboot for 2016.
While Acura is making a renewed push on the passenger car side, with the TLX and a thoroughly refreshed ILX, the brand’s crossovers are arguably its strongest offerings. But there’s little room for growth above the three-row MDX, meaning Acura has only one way to go if they want to expand their offerings. Show More Summary
At its core, the 2016 Acura ILX will always be a fancy version of the Honda Civic, but Acura has gone to great lengths in the latest model year to put as much distance as possible between the economy-minded Honda and Acura’s entry-level sedan. Show More Summary
The company has sold two million North American-made vehicles, 20 years after establishing production capabilities in the US.
An engineer ventures out during a thunderstorm and literally catches lightning in a bottle to power the Acura ILX in this cinematic spot from Mullen. Johnny Green of Reset Productions—much lauded for his Under Armour ad last year with...Show More Summary
As part of Acura’s plans to “rationalize” (as the b-school buzzword goes) the ILX’s powertrains, the 6-speed stick shift is dead, replaced by an all-new 8-speed dual clutch gearbox. It also marks the end of an era for the brand. Acura has slowly killed off the manual in successive product lines. Show More Summary
Acura's compact sedan gets some minor updates for 2016. The ILX debuted at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show with a lightly revised exterior, a new engine, minor interior cabin updates, and more available technology and safety features. Related: More...
One of the standout cars of this week’s 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show has turned out to be the custom 2015 Ford Mustang known as the Rocket. The car was created by Galpin Auto Sports and Henrik Fisker, and features a design inspired by the 1968 Shelby GT500. Acura has given its slow-selling ILX a major update for the 2016 model year. The latest...
Acura had high hopes for its newest gateway vehicle, the ILX compact sedan, which was originally introduced at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. The idea behind its creation seemed logical enough: by basing an Acura model on the Honda Civic, the automaker could lower the price of entry and attract a younger, hipper audience to the brand. What the...
CNET reports from the LA Auto Show 2014.
Refreshed for the 2016 model year, Acura's entry point model debuts with new safety and performance technology.