What else is there to say about the Acura TLX, a premium sedan that’s been significantly reworked for 2018? It’s a respectable all-arounder that’s free of any deal-breaking flaws, even if it fails to truly thrill.
Like an automotive Goldilocks, this important four-door is nestled between the compact ILX
and full-size RLX,
competing with industry heavyweights like the Lexus
IS, BMW 3 Series and Audi
A4, to name a trio of adversaries.
Sharing foundational underpinnings with the capable Honda Accord, this front-drive-based sedan has been improved significantly for the new model year, with fresh exterior styling being the TLX’s most obvious change. Their divisive 'shield grille' has, at last, been jettisoned in favor of a new motif, which debuted on the Precision Concept a year or so ago.
In addition to its handsome new 'diamond pentagon' grille, this car’s fenders, fascias, fog lights
and filigree have been spruced up for 2018. The overall look is fetching, if not quite lust worthy.