The NSX Isn’t the Only Great Car From Acura

January 21st, 2016 by

2017 Acura TLXWith the release of the 2017 Acura NSX Sport Hybrid just around the corner, it’s easy to get swept up in all the hype. Acura’s new super sports car is making waves across the auto world from Utah to the Midwest, but let’s not forget about the rest of Acura’s top-rated 2016 lineup, from the MDX to the RLX.

Acura’s top-selling luxury crossover SUV, the MDX, was recently upgraded for 2016 with a nine-speed automatic transmission, upgraded Super Handling All-Wheel Drive and a suite of AcuraWatch safety features. With signature Jewel-Eye headlights, ample legroom and a luxurious interior, it’s no wonder families in Utah who visit us at Mike Hale Acura love the Acura MDX.

The 2016 Acura RDX brings reliability, stability and technology advancements to the premium SUV market. With added horsepower and torque, the RDX gets a sporty performance upgrade while also featuring all the safety features you’ve come to expect from Acura.

The Acura TLX holds its own as a midsize luxury sports sedan, with a seamless driving experience, a wealth of technology features and impressive fuel economy. For a responsive, safe driving experience you can count on, the TLX takes the cake.

The 2016 model of the Acura ILX comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission, Jewel-Eye headlights and tightened steering capabilities for quick maneuvering. With a redesigned front grille and a whisper-quiet interior, the ILX offers luxury both inside and out.

Finally, Acura’s RLX sedan brings together a plethora of safety and technology features with subtle exterior styling and comfortable luxury for a classic, well-rounded experience. With all the driver-assisting features you could ever want, anything from mountain roads in Utah to the narrow city streets of the East Coast are nothing to the RLX.

With innumerable safety and performance features at a reasonable price point, Acura provides luxury performance across all classes. Add in that many Acura models have earned both a five-star safety rating from the NHTSA and a Top Safety Pick+ from the IIHS, and you’ve got one stellar lineup.

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