The Top Rated 2018 Acura ILX Lease Offer in South Florida
2018 Acura ILX Lease Standard Features
- 201-hp, 2.4-Liter, 16-Valve, 4-Cylinder Engine
- 8-Speed Dual-Clutch Transmission
- 17-Inch, Noise-Reducing, Alloy Wheels
- Advanced Compatibility Engineering
- Jewel Eye LED Headlights
- Multi-View Rear Camera
- Siri Eyes Free
- Power Moon-Roof
- Keyless Entry/Start
- Stability Control
- Upgraded Headlights
- Heated seats
- Auto Climate Control
- Back-up camera
- Fold Flat Rear Seats
- Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel
- Power Driver Seat
- Tire Pressure Warning
- Rear Bench Seats
- Multi-Zone Climate Control
- Trip Computer
- Aux Audio Inputs
- USB Inputs
Check out the full range of featurs on the 2018 Acura ILX
Overview of the 2018 Acura ILX Lease
Underneath every Acura ILX sits a 201-horsepower 2.4-liter inline-4 paired to an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard. The ILX’s 4-cylinder engine delivers good acceleration and it’s well-matched to the sporty transmission. We’ve found the ILX to ride pleasantly and it benefits from considerable sound deadening compared to the old Civic on which it’s based, but this four-door is tuned more for comfort than for corner carving.
That theme is echoed inside with a smattering of soft-touch materials and convincing synthetic leather upholstery on base and Special Edition packages. Real leather hides are included as you work your way up through the hierarchy. The ILX’s front seats are comfortable, but the standard power moonroof’s housing cuts into head room for taller passengers. It’s the same story in the second row with good leg room but limited head room.
Most versions of the ILX can be fitted with the brand’s AcuraWatch suite of collision-avoidance tech, which includes automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warnings, active lane control, and adaptive cruise control.
Inside, the ILX’s symmetrical dash groups most switches and controls in the center. It’s not the most imaginative look, but it gets the job done. In models with navigation, the dashboard features two separate screens, a layout that isn’t especially elegant but works fairly well—redundancy isn’t always a bad thing. Less appealing are the boxy air vents slapped into the dash above the glove box on the passenger’s side.