2017 Acura ILX
13,080 Miles | Margate, FL
$17,999
est. $259/mo

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2018 Acura ILX
44,542 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$14,999
est. $216/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
33,852 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$15,799
est. $228/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
22,948 Miles | Margate, FL
$16,999
est. $245/mo

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2018 Acura ILX
49,597 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$14,999
est. $216/mo

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2018 Acura ILX
39,300 Miles | Miami, FL
$15,399
est. $222/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
3,983 Miles | Downey, CA
$17,799
est. $257/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
15,000 Miles | Norco, CA
$15,799
est. $228/mo

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2015 Acura ILX
54,258 Miles | Santa Ana, CA
$14,699
est. $212/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
20,211 Miles | Montclair, CA
$17,499
est. $252/mo

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2018 Acura ILX
26,509 Miles | West Covina, CA
$18,799
est. $271/mo

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2018 Acura ILX
35,926 Miles | Downey, CA
$18,299
est. $264/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
35,950 Miles | Montclair, CA
$14,799
est. $213/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
25,282 Miles | Colton, CA
$15,999
est. $231/mo

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2016 Acura ILX
79,932 Miles | West Covina, CA
$14,099
est. $203/mo

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2017 Acura ILX
31,125 Miles | West Covina, CA
$15,999
est. $231/mo

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2013 Acura ILX
90,338 Miles | Fontana, CA
$11,099
est. $160/mo

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2016 Acura ILX
71,529 Miles | Montclair, CA
$14,499
est. $209/mo

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2019 Acura ILX
12,360 Miles | Delray Beach, FL
$20,292
est. $292/mo

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2016 Acura ILX
52,779 Miles | Greensboro, NC
$17,998
est. $259/mo

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Acura ILX Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.2
59 Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.1
Performance
3.9
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
4.2
Reliability
4.2

Acura ILX Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Acura ILX - Car.

ILX Owner
Clemmons, North Carolina
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
The Yaris drives well so long as you don’t demand too much out of the powertrain. The engine is a 1.5-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder featuring Mazda’s SkyActiv-G engine design and a higher-than-usual compression ratio of 12 to 1. It makes only 106 horsepower and 103 pounds-feet of torque, and it’s mated to either a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional six-speed automatic, which my car featured. Despite the modest power output, the Yaris is reasonably peppy at lower speeds, but you’re going to need to plan your highway on-ramp accelerations in advance, and passing on a two-lane road is not advisable. Where the Mazda DNA really shines through is in how the Yaris handles. It has tight, responsive steering that makes the car feel lively and tossable, with excelle... (more)
Story
No story.
Pros
Engine design.
Cons
Fuel consumption.

2014 Acura ILX - Entry level luxury at a mid-class price

Karl
Paramus, New Jersey
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The Acura ILX is really an underrated car. It is much more than a gussied up Honda Civic; the platform and the i-MID system are probably the only things the car shares with the Civic. The design, engine, sheet metal, and materials are all unique to the ILX, and are two notches above a Civic. The car is designed to compete with the Buick Verano, Audi A3, Mercedes CLA and the BMW 2 and 3 series. Although engine performance, the quality of materials, and the overall driving experience is just a tad below the Germans, the vehicle can easily be had for less than $30K well equipped, giving it a strong value quotient. I got my 2.0L with the Technology package for $29.5 Out the door. The driving feel is tight - the steering response is precise with no wobbling. The engine sounds wonderful, and... (more)
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Not yet.
Pros
Acura is giving out major discounts to sell these vehicles, most likely since the 2015 year model will feature some significant improvements. I got my car for $4K under MSRP. The instrument panel is well designed, with its sporty but logical look. The overall driving experience is precise and enjoyable. The front seats are very comfortable, almost as cavernous as the Honda Accord. The push button engine start/stop and the rear-view camera are welcome and convenient features. All of the controls are very logically placed and easy to operate.
Cons
The rear seats are cramped, with tight legroom. The rear seats do not fold down 60/40; If you need a pass-through from the trunk, you need to fold down the entire rear set, rendering them useless for any passengers. The 150HP engine in the 2.0L is fuel efficient, but not very exciting to drive. It needs more power....If this car were a Honda, then it would be adequate. But Acura buyers would want more in the base engine. The touchscreen menus are old and pixelated....Reminiscent of technology from 5 years ago. Even Hyundai and GM have much better cabin technology than this "upscale" Acura.

2006 Acura ILX - It was amazing.

ILX Owner
Independence, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
ILX model became the Acura's first model in united states. The ILX 's body white uses 50% high strength steel ranging from 440-980.Aluminium is used for the hood and front bumper. Major options are grouped into Premium and Technology packages and include leather upholstery, 17" alloy wheels, navigation system, premium audio system with Sirius XM satellite radio, and high intensity discharge headlamps. Both option packages include a multi-view rear backup camera with regular, wide-angle, and top-down modes. The ILX follows Acura’s new design language, and incorporates the company’s new “Diamond Pentagon” grille. The jewel-eye headlights are more sleek and so is the new front bumper. In the rear of the ILX, the taillights are more angular, and the license plate has been dropped from the ... (more)
Story
No story.
Pros
The 2016 ILX is not a very good used car. It can't match the upscale interiors of other luxury small cars, and its dual-screen infotainment system is unintuitive. Furthermore, the ILX can struggle when accelerating up to highway speeds. You'd do well to consider nearly any other car in this class over the ILX. The average annual repair cost is $435 which means it has excellent ownership costs. The severity of repairs is low, and these issues are less frequent than average, so the ILX is one of the more reliable vehicles on the road.
Cons
No all-wheel-drive system. Expensive top trim level.

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