Acura's reborn Type S line starts with the 355-horsepower TLX.
After testing Acura's 355-horsepower TLX on road and track, it's clear the reborn Type S line is off to a great start.
After thousands of miles behind the wheel, it's clear our TLX prioritizes luxury over sport -- and that's totally fine.
The three-row luxury SUV gets top marks for its tech and crashworthiness.
The new Type S models hope to recapture the magic of cars like the RSX and TL, so I headed to some of my favorite canyon roads to revisit Acura's greatest hits.
Our TLX's True Touchpad interface is tricky to learn but easy to master. Mostly.
The low-pressure pump on affected vehicles can fail and cause stalling.
The sedan launches with prices starting in the low $50,000 range.