Acura, Honda's upscale brand, is replacing the TSX and the TL with one sedan, the TLX, which shares much of its underpinnings with the European Honda Accord. Available with direct-injected engines, eight- and nine-speed automatic transmissions and four-wheel steering, the TLX is aimed at European rivals. Price ranges from $31,890 to more than $45,000, including shipping. Here are some snippets from recent test drives:
"The four-cylinder engine, while certainly capable enough, can't match the stronger punch provided by turbocharged four-cylinders found in many competing models. The TLX also features Acura's latest dual-screen electronics interface, but we've found its functionality leaves a little to be desired. And while the TLX is impressively well rounded, it can come off as a little bland compared to the more lavish or customizable designs of some rivals."
Article: Full 2015 Acura TLX Review