The 2015 Acura TLX faces the unenviable task of replacing not one, but two, of Acura's most popular sedans. But with a more appealing middle-ground size and upticks in performance and luxury, the TLX is now a closer match to its competition.
- Quiet interior
- Good fuel economy ratings
- Sporty handling, particularly with all-wheel drive
- Plenty of features for the money.
- Touchscreen has so-so graphics and a distracting interface
- Underwhelming acceleration
- Subpar braking performance.