The Acura TLX has made a name for being an affordable luxury sedan, with sharp looks and fun performance. And for 2024, Acura is giving the TLX a refresh, with more to enjoy than ever! With the Genesis G70 also getting refreshed, is this 2024 Acura TLX enough to keep up? Keep reading to find out and watch our full YouTube Review linked at the bottom of this article!

What’s New for 2024?

  • Revised grille with frameless design
  • New digital gauge cluster and larger infotainment
  • Quieter cabin
  • New advanced ambient lighting
  • New wheel designs
  • Streamlined trim structure – no more base model

Trims and Pricing

MSRP (with FWD unless noted)

Technology: $45,000

A-Spec AWD: $50,000

Type S AWD: $57,000


All prices to rise for 2024, but remain much lower than its German competitors, especially in the performance Type S model.

Slam Dunk and Air Ball

Slam Dunk: The Type S model is really fun to drive and experience

Air Ball: Still no touchscreen added with this refresh

Design and Features

The TLX in this generation has always been a pretty face, and Acura builds upon that for 2024! Now at the front of the TLX is a frameless grille, brought over from the Integra. The TLX still rides on a Rear Drive platform, adding to the sporty looks. The Type S model also adds tons of performance goodies throughout! For a full deep dive on the design, please reference the video linked at the bottom of this article!

Here is the full breakdown of what we currently know about the feature availability:





Adaptive Dampers on the Type S

LED Headlights



Various 19-20-inch alloy wheel options


Standard heated, auto tilt, blind spot monitoring | Type S: Power folding and puddle lamps

LED Taillights


Exposed Exhausts

Standard | Quad Exhausts on Type S

Forward Emergency Braking

Standard on all TLX Models for 2024

Auto High Beams

Lane Keeping Assist

Adaptive Cruise Control

Traffic Jam Assist


When it comes to the Interior, the TLX will also be well-equipped on all trims, with many upgrades that buyers will enjoy.


Smart Entry


Seat Materials

Milano Leather on all models

Seat Adjustment

Standard 12-way Power Adjusting | Type S: 16-way | Memory Standard

Push Button Start


Gauge Cluster

Newly Standard 12.3-inch configurable cluster

Head-up Display

Type S Exclusive

Steering Wheel

Standard Leather Wrapped | Optional: Heated

Wireless Charging


360 Degree Camera

Standard on Type S

2-Zone Climate Controls


Seat Climate

Heated Seats: Standard | Ventilated Seats: A-Spec+

Audio System

Standard: 13-Speaker ELS Studio | A-Spec/Type S: 17-Speaker ELS 3D Studio

Ambient Lighting

Standard 27-Color Lighting


Standard 12.3-inch display | Wireless CarPlay and Android Auto


Auto-Dimming with HomeLink Remotes


Standard, No Panoramic


The rear of the TLX is also quite comfortable, but lacks amenities and space compared to the competition.

Rear Amenities

Heated Rear Seats

Not Available

USBs and Vents



Dampened opening


For in depth details on the 2024 TLX, watch our full first look review linked at the bottom of this article.

TLX Grille

What’s Under the Hood?

The TLX still offers two powertrains, with the Type S being the most fun of the two:

Tech/A-Spec: 2.0L Turbo 4-cylinder: 272 hp | 280 lb.ft

Type S: 3.0L Turbo V6: 355 hp | 354 lb.ft

Both models will have a 10-speed automatic transmission, and the A-Spec and Type S will have standard SH-AWD. When it comes to fuel economy, the 2024 Ratings are as follows:

FWD Tech: 22/31/25 MPG

SH-AWD A-Spec: 21/29/24 MPG

SH-AWD Type S: 19/25/21 MPG

We hope you have found this overview of the Redesigned 2024 Acura TLX helpful! For a more detailed first look of the TLX, please watch our video below! What do you think of the updated Acura TLX? Let us know in the comments!