Acura Announces Pricing For New 2021 Acura TLX Type S
Acura’s TLX Type S sports sedan comes with a host of new features for 2021. These include a new 3.0-liter gasoline-powered turbocharged engine that generates 355 hp. A special tire package is also available to help the new TLX Type S handle as well as it accelerates.
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Acura will offer the new TLX Type S in two versions. The pricing for both is shown below. Take note that Acura uses transparent pricing that shows the destination charges so shoppers are not surprised when they conclude their negotiations.
All TLX Type S cars include the following standard equipment:
-Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) with true torque vectoring
-Sport-tuned chassis features a double-wishbone front suspension and adaptive dampers
-NSX-derived electro-servo braking system
-Brembo™ 4-piston front calipers with larger front rotors and red calipers
-16-way driver and front passenger sport seats with power-adjustable bolsters
-Milano leather seating surfaces with Ultrasuede inserts and Type S embossing
-ELS STUDIO 3D® 17-speaker premium audio system and a 10.2-inch display
This is one sports sedan we look forward to testing and reporting on. Check back in at Torque News for more details soon. Shoppers interested in more details can visit Acura's information page on the 2021 TLX Type S. The new 2021 Acura TLX Type S begins to ship to your local dealer in June.
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