The Acura TLX is still a simple sports sedan with precise steering, powerful brakes, and an elegantly crafted interior.

An inline-four turbocharged engine with 272 horsepower powers the base Acura TLX; all-wheel drive is an option.

A lively 355 horsepower twin-turbo V-6 and all-wheel drive are standard on the fully equipped TLX Type S. Both engines have a 10-speed automatic attached to them.

Comparable in price to its German rivals, the Acura TLX appeals to discerning drivers for its expressive feel.

In 2023, a label Acura TLX Type S PMC Edition will go on sale and have custom components made by Acura's Advanced Manufacturing Center.

The Acura TLX Type S PMC Edition with a decklid bumper, rear diffuser, and inside trim pieces fashioned of the pricy material.

Even while the aforementioned feature makes the Acura TLX our favourite, its price just adds to its appeal, particularly in comparison to the Audi S4 and BMW M340i.

When fully equipped, the S4 is more than $56,000 more costly than the Type S and approximately $4000 more pricey than the BMW with all-wheel drive.

A leather interior, adjustable dampers, and an ELS luxury audio system come standard on the Acura Top down approach Type S, which is less pricey.

The base Acura TLX is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 272 horsepower and a 10-speed automatic gearbox.

The more powerful Type S, which has a 355-hp turbo 3.0-liter V-6, a quick 10-speed auto, SH-AWD, and a sharper suspension system, is especially relevant in this regard.

The inside of the Acura TLX boasts an expressive style that highlights its sporty character. Among them are a sizable rotary drive-mode selector and eye-catching analogue metres.

Even though it took the 2.0T Honda Accord 5.9 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph, the Acura TLX was slower than other cars in this class.