The 2021 Acura TLX comes in four trims: Standard, Technology Package, A-Spec Package, and Advance Package. Aside from the option of all-wheel drive ($2,000) to any model, major features are tied to each trim level, and with each step up, you get more. The 2021
Acura TLX Standard ($37,500) includes leatherette upholstery, heated and 12-way power-adjustable front seats, keyless entry with push-button start, 18-inch wheels with high-performance all-season tires, dual-zone climate control, moonroof, and LED lights. The 2021 TLX’s standard tech features include a 7-inch digital screen in the instrument cluster and a 10.2-inch central display with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, over-the-air updates, and 10-speaker premium audio system with twin subwoofers. The
Acura TLX Technology ($41,500) adds leather seats, 19-in wheels, navigation, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, front and rear parking sensors, adjustable ambient lighting, and a 13-speaker premium ELS audio system. The
Acura TLX A-Spec ($44,250) has a sportier appeal with blacked-out exterior accents, darkened taillights, decklid lip spoiler, and flat-bottom steering wheel. It also adds ventilated front seats, an incredible-sounding 17-speaker ELS audio system, wireless phone charging cradle, LED fog lights, rain-sensing windshield wipers and remote engine start. The
Acura TLX Advance ($46,300) adds a color heads-up display, adaptive damper suspension, heated steering wheel and rear seats, surround-view camera, front windshield de-icer, 16-way adjustable front seats, and open-pore wood trim.