On the off chance that you want an extravagance identification yet are not willing to part with a piece of your well-deserved money, the 2017 Acura ILX may appear alluring to you. With a base cost of $28,100, it's somewhat a great deal such an extravagant vehicle.
The fabrication quality is great, there is a smooth 2.4L i4 in the engine, and the Dual Clutch transmission inspires torque converter to dispose of those bothering jerks while beginning. In any case, it's not all ruddy. Simply be prepared to forfeit the identification and you can get an increasingly refined Honda Civic for fundamentally less cash.
8.3/10 Fuel Economy
Further, on the off chance that you can spend only somewhat more, the extravagance offering from German mammoths like the Audi A3 decidedly outmaneuvers the Acura ILX.
2017 Acura ILX Features
The 2017 Acura ILX starts at a price of $28,100 and goes up till $32,100 for the range-topping A-Spec trim. The Acura Watch Plus gives you dynamic wellbeing highlights while the Technology Plus offers a suite of infotainment highlights. The top of the line variant which offers the best features in the lineup, the A-Spec trim costs $32,100.
Acura Watch Plus
Standard 17-Inch Alloy Wheels
18-inch alloy machine-finished wheels,
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
Perforated leather-trimmed sport seats
Acura Navigation System10 with 3D view
Acura Audio System with 6 Speakers
Collision Mitigation Braking System
Acura Link Real-Time Traffic with exclusive street and freeway conditions
Multi-Information Display (MID)
Road Departure Mitigation
2-driver position memory for driver's seat
Voice Recognition for navigation
18-inch alloy machine-finished wheels
Lane Keeping Assist System
Color Multi-Information Display
4-way power adjustment for front passenger seat
Phone Book and Bluetooth Hands-Free Link systems
Perforated Lux Suede seating surfaces
Siri Eyes Free (iPhone only)
Contrast stitching for interior trim
What we recommend
Given that the high-end versions encroach into the more accomplished German Luxury Sedan territory, we recommend sticking with the lower trims, especially the Acura Watch Plus trim which adds a great array of safety along with other features.
2017 Acura ILX Engine
“Dual clutches used to be the bee's knees if you couldn’t get a manual transmission, but now, the torque converter autos might be better. The inline four gets a little buzzy at high rpm, and sometimes the trans jumps around a little, which is worrisome.” - Autoweek
When it comes to the acceleration, the 2017 Acura ILX gets a tough competition from its rivals. Needless to say, that it isn’t the slowest car out there as the 0-60 mph is 6.6 sec and on a quarter mile it does surprisingly well at 15.2 sec @ 94 mph. But with a time of 5.5 seconds, the A3 leads the pack with the TLX closely following it with a time of 5.7 seconds.
15.2 sec @ 94 mph
15.2 sec @ 94 mph
14.2 sec @ 100 mph
14.2 sec @ 98 mph
2.4 L Inline – 4
2.0 L Inline - 4
2.4 L Inline - 4
2.0 L Inline – 4
(Tons/yr. of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/year)
The quickest of the opposition is the Audi A3 from 0-60 mph at 5.5 sec. Likewise, the 2018 Honda Civic offers the slowest 0-60 mph stat and thus lands at the end of the pack.
Ride and Handling
Notwithstanding an anxious motor, the light electric power steering/ removes the enjoyment of driving. The suspension also is tuned for solace as opposed to plunging into the corners. The flipside is the supple ride. The smooth suspension eats up street flaws and the light controlling makes maneuvering in tight spaces simple.
The 2017 Acura ILX gets 12.3-inch brake rotors in advance and 11.1-inch brake rotors at the back. The brakes give great pedal input and the direct reaction makes executing smooth stops simple.
70-0 MPH (ft.)
Among the competitors, the Honda Civic takes just 160 ft. to come to a complete standstill, all thanks to its low curb weight of 2739 pounds. The Audi A3 takes the longest to stop which is a bit surprising given its dynamic capabilities.
2017 Acura ILX Fuel Economy
The Acura ILX delivers 25 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway. The Combined EPA rating is 29 mpg. That’s average among the cars compared here.
The Acura TLX is the least fuel efficient car compared here – but only slightly. The most efficient car compared here is the Honda Civic thanks to its less demanding and puny engine.
2017 Acura ILX Interior
“Honda/Acura keeps clinging to its central dual-screen infotainment setup. And we keep disliking having to look at two different screens. Headroom is lacking front and rear, partly because the ILX comes with a sunroof. Outward visibility is excellent for the segment.” - Edmunds
Seating and Comfort
The 2017 Acura ILX offers well-crafted interior with comfortable and steady seats. Notwithstanding, the contenders offer a progressively extravagant interior experience and that is certainly something critical when you are looking for a vehicle like this. From its uniquely designed interior to the clean layout, the ILX offers a modern yet simple layout.
The center stack boasts a captivating look as Accura offers a vivid display with the higher trims which makes the infotainment engaging. Just like the interior layout, the canter stack offers a clean layout of the controls which doesn't feel cluttered.
Passenger Volume (cubic ft.)
Don't go on its exterior looks as the new ILX sedan offers a spacious cabin. The front seats are well-bolstered and supportive and offer an ample amount of room to stretch. Similar to the front seats, the rear seats are also comfortable and roomy with an ample amount of room to relax.
It's truly generous to see that all the rivals offer a similar amount of boot space that around 12.3 cu ft. While the Civic stands at the end of the line with the smallest boot, the TLX, on the other hand, offers a slightly bumped up boot capacity of 14.3 cu.ft. and thus bags the podium place.
Cargo Volume (cubic ft.)
2017 Acura ILX Exterior
“With a strong resemblance to Acura’s larger sedans, the TLX and the RLX, the design of ILX is simple, youthful and understated. Its most distinctive features are LED headlights with multiple lenses.” – Kelley Blue Book
Dimensions and weight
The Acura ILX is fairly light among the cars compared here with only the Civic edging it out. At 181.9 inch, it’s considerably shorter than its sister car – the TLX sedan. However, if you want a small manageable cocoon of luxury, the A3 at just 175.5 inches is the right pick. Even though the ILX looks a bit like its sibling, the Civic, the ILX sedan still manages to make its mark and boast a unique personality and character in its elegant looking shell.
Curb Weight (lbs.)
Ground Clearance (In)
Track width(in) F/R
2017 Acura ILX Safety
The 2017 Acura ILX is equipped with a host of safety features. Some of the key safety features are:
LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
Multi-View rear camera
Expanded View Driver's Mirror
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Vehicle Stability Assist with Traction Control and Motion Adaptive Steering
Adaptive Cruise Control
Collision Mitigation Braking System
Lane Keeping Assist System
Road Departure Mitigation System
Blind Spot Information System
Rear Cross Traffic Monitor
Dual-Stage, Multiple-Threshold Front Airbags (SRS)
Side Curtain Airbags with Passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System
Rear LATCH Child-seat Mounting System
2017 Acura ILX Competition
2017 Honda Civic
The 2017 Honda Civic is fundamentally less expensive than the ILX, offers a good amount of refinement, solace, space, and efficiency. Further, it's increasingly enjoyable to drive and is built well. An incredible motor, the Acura Badging, and a bit more striking design are the main things for ILX. Though the Civic offers a better fuel economy than the ILX, if luxury is what you want then the ILX is the car to go with.
2017 Acura TLX
Acura TLX is the sister car of the ILX and subsequently offers a ground-breaking motor, a bigger & better from the inside and more solace – for more cash. Be that as it may, dissimilar to the bargained ILX, the TLX is a really decent Luxury car and is accessible for a lower cost than its rivals.
2017 Audi A3
The A3 is essentially a German extravagant sedan trimmed down to an increasingly reasonable size at a progressively sensible cost. It offers a stone strong driving trademark, made rapid elements, perfectly assembled insides, and heaps of gear. All these and Audi identification for just marginally higher cost but with this cost gets justified by its performance and hence can be a great choice for those who want the German perfection without shelling out a lot.
2017 Acura ILX Final Verdict
The 2017 Acura ILX is a decent all-around extravagant vehicle for a little family. It packs a ton of amazing features, is well fabricated and isn't short on power either. Be that as it may, when rivalry is so serious, being simply "great" isn't sufficient.
In the event that you can spend more, the German Luxury Sedans like the A3 and the Mercedes CLA offer a more refined experience, execution, and restrictiveness. Likewise, you can spare some dollars by choosing the Honda Civic but if you want something which offers a great luxurious experience along with plush riding experience then the ILX is a great car to go with any day.
Rev happy Motor
Impressive build quality
Top of the line highlights which you get as standard
Feels less refined than the German adversaries
Minor updates to the features list
144 cu. in.
201 hp @ 6800 rpm
180 lb.-ft. @ 3600 rpm
independent front strut suspension
independent rear multi-link suspension
brake rotors (f/r)
11.1 in. ventilated front disc/12.3 in. solid disc brakes
89.3 cu ft.
12.3 cu ft.
zero to 60 mph
zero to 100 mph
braking (70-0 mph)
4 years/50000 miles
6 years/70000 miles
San Marino Red
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