This sedan strikes a beautiful balance between power, luxury, style and elegance. The 2017 Acura TLX is an animal. With a 2.4-liter, 206-horsepower engine, standard, this car will respond more like a sports car than a luxury sedan, and the optional 3.5-liter engine with 290 horsepower pushes the envelope even further. Power means nothing without handling, and the TLX takes handling to a whole other level with standard all-wheel steering. Now those rear wheels can change their angle of attack and create a car that turns and responds to steering-wheel inputs like no other car before it. This performance comes without sacrificing luxury. Standard power-adjustable heated leather seats with dual-zone automatic climate control ensure you are always in the lap of luxury.
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Acura has simplified the touchscreen experience. Now you can save up to 11 different audio sources, multiple climate control configurations, favorite navigation locations, speed-dial favorites and more through one simple interface that is always intuitive and easy to navigate. This touchscreen interface even features a valet mode that will let you disable access to various functions and storage locations, including the trunk, glove box, navigation, phone and more.
Cold seats can cut right through your clothes and chill you to the bone, even if the cabin is heated up. That’s why Acura has included heated front-row seats as a standard feature on the 2017 TLX. Both front seats feature three levels of heat so that you and your passenger can always find the ideal comfort-zone. The Advance Package lets you take the heat out of those seats on a hot summer day with three additional levels of ventilation control.
With standard all-wheel steering, the rear wheels can pivot up to 1.8 degrees. This feature makes lane changes at highway speeds feel like a dream as the back-end follows the front-end into the new lane. At low speeds, tight parking-spot maneuvers are a breeze. During heavy braking, the all-wheel steering system angles both rear wheels inward, which makes the TLX much more stable than your traditional sedan when coming to a quick stop.