The 2019 Acura TLX comes under the segment of luxury mid-size sedans that has sharp features but how good does it perform? Is it capable of driving through off-road patches? Will the rides be comfortable enough for a family who loves to travel?
Well, this article we present here is to answer all these queries, that would help you decide, if it is worth to check out the 2019 Acura TLX through a test drive at any reputable showroom. Well, the answers we are going to give you were however collected from our test drive experience that we gathered from the Henderson car dealer. So, we hope it would prepare you well in advance to take a test drive yourself to check whether your experience come same as ours.
The 2019 lineup of the 2019 Acura TLX is divided into two powertrains. One holds a 2.4-liter inline-4 engine with an 8-speed automatic transmission and the other is comprised of a 3.5-liter V-6 one paired to a 9-speed automatic transmission that come with paddle shifters. While the base models are equipped with the 4-cylinder option configured as front-wheel drive and all-wheel steering, V-6 models are allowed to have all-wheel drive.
Acura has enabled an A-Spec package to the 2019 lineup of TLX to add that sporty spirit with some extra body panels and better seating arrangements. These no doubt enhanced the comfort level both at the aesthetic and creature comfort level, so we can safely give them the credit for contributing their own share in making the rides exciting and yet comfortable.
The final result of all this preparation at the background did show some good results on the road. So the 2019 lineup of the Acura TLX score higher points than many of its closest rivals for being able to do justice to its powerful V-6 engine. The contribution of the A-Spec trim cannot be ignored either, as it adds an All-Wheel Drive system with a Super-Handling feature.
The performance of the inline-4 engine can be rated at 206 hp, being more than enough for a sporty ride, while our test drive impressions with the V-6-equipped TLX models were more on the positive side with its 297 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque from a 9-speed automatic transmission. Acceleration off-the-line was surprisingly strong while on the other hand, the all-wheel-drive system effortless handled well with its smooth cornering and all these driving inputs were carried away with a prompt obedience by all the components as a well-organized team of a quicker steering, a stiffer spring rate and a rear stabilizer.
Drive Experience with the 2019 Acura TLX
Ask any Las Vegas car dealer, and they will invariably agree to the point that the 2019 TLX earns a higher score in the market than its competitors for its impressive standard features that also help in making the rides and driving equally comfortable. For the one who sits behind the wheels of the 2019 Acura TLX, driving is more fun and excitement.