2015 Acura TLX Video

At the 2014 New York International Auto Show, Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays got up close to the all-new 2015 Acura TLX luxury sedan — not that proximity made things more exciting. "It kind of looks like every other Acura," Mays said. Similar to the TL/TSX replacement's prototype we saw at the 2014 Detroit auto show, the TLX is shorter than the TL and wears Acura's shield grille and "jewel-eye" LED headlights. With a comfortable cabin and roomier trunk, Mays found little to criticize but not much to get excited about either. Watch the video.

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Comments 

J

Mays,

Hidden tail pipe may be a good idea.
Remember when Mini had to recall their tail pipe because it was too long and burning people walking around the vehicle?

Amy

Seriously? Burning people? Cars have had tailpipes for decades and now Acura decides to eliminate them which is a negative in my opinion. I've had two TLs and love(d) both of them. I do NOT like the look w/o tailpipes.

Joe Momma

why is it that sites like Cars.com and Motor Treand and every other car site hire all thes white male frat boy douchebag types to do their bullshit reviews? srsly this jerk looks and sounds like every white frat boy ahole I ever met in college

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