Black-and-silver interior scheme tired, needs added color.
The 2.4L ILX, in profile, is available solely with a 6-speed manual.
The ILX's optional hybrid powertrain is the same as the Honda Civic Hybrid's, but as in that car it bests estimated fuel economy.
The ILX's added length vs. the Civic is mainly in front, for a more prominent nose, Acura says.
The ILX has the Honda CR-V's expanded view driver's mirror, with a magnified area to the far left for blind spot reduction.
Acura's new entry premium sedan is more expensive than its closest competitor, the Buick Verano, and has a sedate look vs. the Lexus CT and Volvo C30 hatchbacks.
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