Upcoming 2023 Acura Models

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With the retirement of the second-generation NSX, Acura will only offer the all-new TLX luxury compact sedan and the Integra subcompact hatchback as its only two vehicle models for 2023. Even while we're sorry to see the high-end performance hybrid go, a new Integra opens up possibilities, particularly for a Type S version to return. The TLX S is also not a slouch.

Regarding the TLX, it will receive a limited-edition model in 2023. Read on to learn more about the innovations and changes made to each 2023 Acura vehicle.

2023 Acura Integra

  • MSRP Range: $30,800 - $35,800
  • Pros.
    Spacious cargo room in the hatchback layout. Only the highest model has a six-speed manual.
    High fuel efficiency. Tires may use an upgrade.

    The new entry-level four-door liftback from Acura replaces the ILX luxury sedan in the lineup and brings back a model moniker that was well-liked by aficionados but had not been used since 2001. The 2023 Integra has the same 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four and six-speed manual transmission as the current-generation Civic and is built on the same platform. It is now the first Integra with a factory-installed turbo.

    The push-button start, leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated and powered front seats, and compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are all included as standard features. The new Integra also offers an abundance of basic active safety features and an interior with more room than the previous models ever could. The 2023 Integra may not be the most authentic representation of a revived model name, but it is enjoyable to drive and retains some of the original's character.

    2023 Acura TLX

  • MSRP Range: $39,650 - $62,000
  • Pros.
    Stronger Type S model. Stupid touchpad for the entertainment system.
    Eye-catchy exterior design. Poor effectiveness.

    The exclusive 2023 TLX Type S PMC Edition is not the first Acura TLX that the company's Performance Manufacturing Center in Ohio has hand-built, but it is the first model from the second generation of the lineup and the first TLX Type S to do so. The 2023 TLX Type S PMC is distinguished by copper-colored 21-inch wheels, a carbon-fiber rear spoiler and diffuser, and Berlina Black roof and door mirrors. Additionally, it comes in three different colors: Curva Red, 130R White, and Long Beach Blue, which are all taken from the color scheme of the NSX, which was recently discontinued.

    The 2023 TLX Type S PMC Edition additionally comes with blacked-out logos, backlit "Type S" door sill plates, carbon-fiber inside trim, Pirelli P Zero summer tires, and these features. Additionally, Acura enhances the ownership experience by having each vehicle carried to the delivery dealership in a covered, single-car trailer in order to safeguard the paint.

    If you are looking for new or used Acura models, then visit Acura dealers.

    Editor’s Note

    The second-generation NSX was produced for only six years, which is much less time than the first-generation model. The hybrid Acura sports vehicle was successful nonetheless. It had supercar-like performance and styling, as well as good fuel efficiency and a ride that was tolerably comfortable.

    However, due to its obsolete infotainment system and almost nonexistent cargo capacity, we were unable to recommend it as a daily driver. The NSX Type S, which was available for just one model year, 2022, made us feel more connected, but its suspension was less bearable for a regular drive. Although Acura has kept the possibility of reintroducing the NSX open, we will miss this sports vehicle.

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