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More Acura TLX photos to go along with Michael's review.
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Acura's signature LED headlights.
My favorite angle.
Acura's idea of a sporty-looking sedan.
The Lincoln appears much more elegant.
The TLX looks a bit thick from this angle.
Even more elegant from the rear quarter.
Less plasticky, but now anonymous in character.
The Lincoln's interior has its own weaknesses, but at least they tried to do something different.
Aside from the buttons and displays, a cleaner instrument panel design than in previous generations.
The dual-screen plus a knob and buttons interface has found few fans.
Complicated control scheme requires too many taps for simple operations.
Cushier than a Honda driver seat. But a little less aggressively bolstered than the old TLs.
Adequate room and comfort for a man of average height. Need more? Acura wants to sell more RLXs.
Depressions on each side of the carpeted cargo area help keep items from sliding about.
Feels stronger than 206 horsepower thanks to 8-speed dual clutch transmission. Good sound, too.