Acura ILX Hybrid Review

2013 Acura ILX 2.4L

The Acura ILX Hybrid is the first gas-electric design to wear Honda's top quality brand label. This five-passenger automobile was presented for the 2013 design year and is also sold as a gas-only design. Priced from $28,900, a technology package drives this model's price up to $34,400. These prices keep this hybrid within range of similar models from its Lincoln opponent. Under the bonnet, the Acura ILX is powered by a 1.5-liter in-line four syndical tube motor.

This motor operates on the efficient Atkinson cycle and is ranked at 111 horse power at 5,500 rpm and 127 feet weight of twisting in variety from 1,000 to 3,500 rpm. The ILX is also equipped with a magnetic motor unit. This motor contributes 23 horse power and 78 foot-pounds of twisting and has a volts variety of 108 to 172 v. Acura makes use of a lithium-on battery system to store electricity. This front-wheel drive automobile is equipped with a consistently varying transmitting.

The Acura ILX Hybrid is ranked at 39 mpg around town and 38 mpg on the road. This design operates on top quality grade fuel. Its 13.2-gallon gas reservoir gives this automobile a 502-mile driving variety or enough energy to take you from San Jose to San Paul on one reservoir. With a weight of from 2,959 to 2,987 weights, the Acura ILX provides 89.3 cubic legs of traveler volume and 10 cubic legs of storage capacity. This automobile rests on a 105.6-inch wheelbase and is 179.1 inches wide long, 70.6 inches wide and 60 inches wide high.


This automobiles offer 38 inches wide of headroom in advance side and 35.9 inches wide in the returning. Legroom actions 42.3 inches wide in advance side and 34.1 inches wide in the returning. Hip space comes in at 51.7 inches wide in the top side and 55.6 inches wide in the returning. Neck space actions 55.6 inches wide in advance side and 53.5 inches wide in the returning.

The Acura ILX Hybrid is of unibody construction. This automobile functions an separate front side revocation with MacPherson struts and a backing bar. It has a multi-link returning revocation with a backing bar. This design rests on 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels set within P205/55R16 89H all-season wheels. The ILX provides front side vented and returning solid braking system and provides 4-wheel anti-lock braking system, electronic braking mechanism force submission and braking mechanism assist. Standard precautionary functions include balance management, grip management and six safety bags. This automobile is ranked as a top protection pick by the Insurance Institution for Highway Safety.