The 2017 Acura ILX comes with six different equipment levels: base,Premium with and without A-Spec Package,
AcuraWatch Plus package and Tech Plus with or without A-Spec Package.
Standard equipment for the base model includes
- 17-inch wheels
- a sunroof
- automatic LED headlights
- heated mirrors
- keyless entry and ignition
- a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel
- leatherette (premium vinyl) upholstery
- an eight-way power driver seat
- heated front seats
- a fold-down rear seatback
- dual-zone automatic climate control
- a 5-inch information display screen
- a multi-view backup camera
- Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity
- and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player
- a USB/iPod audio interface and Pandora radio and Siri Eyes Free smartphone app integration.
- lane keeping assist and Road Departure Mitigation,Springing for the AcuraWatch Plus package adds adaptive cruise control,automatic braking for frontal collision mitigation,a forward collision warning system,a lane departure warning system.
The Premium package builds on the base car's standard equipment as well, but it omits the AcuraWatch Plus equipment in lieu of blind-spot monitoring,rear cross-traffic alerts,
perforated leather front seats,a four-way power passenger seat,driver memory settings,an auto-dimming rearview mirror,an 8-inch upper information display (in place of the 5-inch screen),
an additional 7-inch touchscreen and a seven-speaker audio system with HD radio,an iPhone-based navigation app, satellite radio and Aha radio smartphone app integration.
Powering the 2017 ILX is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that's rated at 201 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque.
An eight-speed automatic is the only available transmission (it's technically an automated manual transmission but it functions like a conventional automatic).
The EPA's estimated fuel economy stands at 29 mpg combined
(25 mpg city/35 mpg highway).
The 2016 Acura ILX Safety comes standard with antilock brakes,
front-seat side airbags,stability and traction control, side curtain airbags and active front head restraints. A rearview camera is also standard.
Optional equipment includes a frontal collision warning system, automatic braking for frontal collision mitigation, a lane departure warning system,
lane keeping assist and Road Departure Mitigation (which detects the potential for veering into objects such as trees or parked cars and applies the lane keeping assist and collision mitigation systems).
While there are a few improvements to styling, interior largely resembles the pre-2016 models.
That means the materials don't surpass what you'll find in top mainstream sedans like the Accord,
though everything seems to be screwed together well. In contrast, the Audi A3 feels a notch classier and more luxurious inside than the ILX.
You do get a fair number of features, though. The Premium and Tech Plus models' larger touchscreen on the center stack is clear and vivid.
But even with the optional larger screen, the ILX's multimedia setup isn't our favorite. It splits audio and navigation functions into two screens,
and the control knob in the middle of the dash is less intuitive to use than the console-mounted controllers in the ILX's German rivals.
while designing the seats, which are supportive yet not overly firm or confining.
The ILX is also pretty spacious for a compact car, with backseat room that feels more spacious than the numbers suggest.
Still, headroom can be snug for 6-footers due to the car's standard sunroof.
Trunk space, at 12.3 cubic feet, is average, and the opening is on the narrow side.For facilitate The rear seat folds down to carrying longer items,
but the seatback is not split to permit a mix of long cargo and a passenger or two in the backseat.
The ILX's 2.4-liter engine delivers good punch once it's allowed to wind to the top of its rev range.
Still, the 2016 ILX is hardly a speed demon, and the engine has to work harder and rev higher than most competitors to accelerate with authority.
The eight-speed automatic transmission's steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and rev-matched downshifts liven up the driving experience,
but we noted some low-speed hiccups in full automatic mode.
Finally 2017 Acura ILX Avaialble Starting Price $27990.
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