2023 Acura TLX, TLX Sport Pricing Released
Acura isn’t making major changes to the TLX and TLX Sport, but it has nonetheless announced pricing and a few minor updates.
A base 2.0T is now $40,745 after destination, adding $4K for the Technology Package. An A-Spec is now $47,495, and add SH-AWD (Super Handling All-Wheel Drive) and you’ll pay $49,695. An Advance Package car costs $51,945.
The 3.0T Type S comes in three flavors and the base car is $56,445 and adding performance wheels and tires makes it $57,245. The PMC Edition is $63,995. All prices here included destination.
The Type S now has a 20-percent stiffer chassis, thanks to additional chassis bracing that increases torsional rigidity. It also has a new front fascia with a grille that improves cooling.
Finally, Acura is now offering a maintenance plan that lasts 24,000 miles or 24 months, whichever occurs first. It covers oil and filter changes, tire rotations, and multi-point inspections; and it’s transferable to the next owner if it has not yet expired.
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