Tuesday, June 26, 2012

All New 2012 Acura ILX

If A picture is worth a thousand words, then how much is 10 pictures worth?

The All New 2013 ILX Is Breathing New Life Into Acura.With exiting images,
great offers and a very well engineered, sport tuned, entry level, luxury vehicle, Acura
is sure to have a winner here.

Enjoy the pictures, we have also included a link to the 2013 Acura ILX eBrochure
provided by Acura. As well as Links to some very powerful Reviews.

Enjoy ,
All New 2013 Acura ILX eBrochure: http://www.acura.com/ebrochure/ebrochure.aspx?model=ILX&modelYear=2013

Recent Reviews: 

“…craftsmanship is top notch.”

“On the highway it’s quiet and smooth with a soft ride thanks to new two-stage reactive dampers found in all models.”

“A well-rounded car, the ILX offers luxury for less and is certain to also deliver brand qualities like reliability and durability.”

Source: AutoGuide.com


“All the interior bits and pieces are well integrated into an overall look, and are all crafted from upscale materials. The upper dash pad is soft to the touch and offers a pleasant contrast to the metallic look of the lower dash and center stack.”

“…but the standard MacPherson struts up front and multi-link arrangement in back are more than up to the task when the going gets twisty. Acura has fitted the ILX with the same rebound spring and Amplitude Reactive Damper system that we liked so much in the 2013 RDX.”

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” Inside, the ILX is all luxury, with a supple steering wheel, soft-touch leather all around and seats that couple support and comfort. “

“On all models, we liked the responsive brake feel and the four-wheel independent double-wishbone front suspension, which made for a smooth ride.”


“Surprisingly, the ILX 2.0 is pleasantly peppy; though it trails a few competitors in terms of power … an ILX so equipped is relatively quick, thanks in part to a transmission that's quick to respond to throttle input with a downshift. Still, we found ourselves enjoying the 2.4-liter I-4 the most. Sure, the extra power is a bonus, but the manual transmission is one of the best to come from Honda to date -- the clutch is perfectly weighted and boasts linear take-up, and shift throws are smooth, short, and positive.”

“…the five-speed automatic transmission, with ratios selectable via wheel-mounted paddle shifters, does a fine job of keeping the engine on boil when attempting to merge or pass.”

“We found the suspension tuning to offer a compliant ride on rough roads, while not turning to mush when turning was required.”

Updates will follow.  Come by Bradshaw Acura in Greenville, SC if you would
like to see the real thing.  

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