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Acura Recognized as Best Value Luxury Brand by Kelley Blue Book

In their annual 2019 Brand Image Awards, Kelley Blue Book recognized Acura as America’s “Best Value Luxury Brand,” an accolade based on KBB.com consumer feedback. Acura’s lineup was commended for its high-tech vehicles and affordable pricing—in particular—the brand’s notable savings when compared to other luxury nameplates. Moreover, Kelley Blue Book acknowledged the MDX, RLX, and TLX as being among the highest rated vehicles by car shoppers for their fuel efficiency and affordability.

The Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards recognize automobile manufacturers’ successes in fostering and retaining brand attributes that consumers appreciate and pay attention to when considering the purchase of a new vehicle. For this, the Tennessee Acura Dealers Association stands proudly by our vehicles and will continue to make our customers a top priority. Scroll down to find out why Acura is such a highly-regarded luxury brand.

Acura RDX Value

The 2019 RDX, Acura’s redesigned luxury crossover SUV, boasts more style, more efficiency, and more safety than ever before. How does its value hold up against other luxury crossovers when comparing their base models?

2019 Audi Q5: Not only will car shoppers pay over $5,000 more for the Audi Q5, but the 2019 Acura RDX carries a stronger powertrain warranty and higher ALG residual value (after three and five years). Additionally, the RDX provides better EPA-estimated highway mpg and more cargo space than the 2019 Audi Q5.

2019 BMW X3: The BMW X3 will cost shoppers more at every turn. The 2019 Acura RDX has an MSRP that is over $3,000 less than the X3, it has a more comprehensive powertrain warranty, and the RDX has a higher ALG residual value after both three and five years.

2019 Cadillac XT5: With a higher ALG residual value (after three and five years) and an MSRP over $4,000 less than the 2019 Cadillac XT5, the 2019 Acura RDX will save shoppers money in the short-term and further down the road. A lack of standard features and less miles per gallon only add to the Cadillac’s overall cost.
 

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Acura MDX Value

The 2019 MDX, Acura’s third-row luxury SUV, is the best-selling three-row luxury SUV of all time thanks to a highly capable powertrain, overabundance of interior space, and unwavering safety measures. How does its value match up against other luxury SUVs when comparing their base models?

2019 Audi Q7: In addition to providing less cargo space than the Acura MDX, the Audi Q7 lacks standard features such as adaptive cruise control, LED headlights, and noise/sound cancellation—all while posting lower EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings and an MSRP over $15,500 more than the 2019 Acura MDX.

2019 BMW X5: The Acura MDX will save shoppers money on nearly every front. It costs over $16,000 less than the BMW X5, achieves better EPA-estimated highway mpg, carries a more extensive powertrain warranty, and boasts a higher ALG residual value after both three and five years.

2019 Lexus GX 460: Not only will the Lexus GX 460 cost shoppers over $7,800 more than the Acura MDX, but it also offers less passenger volume, less cargo space, and less miles per gallon (city and highway). Additionally, the 2019 Lexus GX 460 doesn’t offer an accident avoidance system, adaptive cruise control, noise/sound cancellation, or power liftgate.
 

Acura ILX Value

The all-new 2019 ILX, Acura’s compact sport sedan, has a new look, high-tech features, and more horsepower without sacrificing efficiency. How does its value stack up against other luxury sedans when comparing their base models?

2019 Audi A3: The Audi A3 will cost shoppers more at every turn. Its MSRP is over $6,500 more than that of its ILX counterpart, it manages less miles per gallon (city and highway), and it carries a lesser powertrain warranty. Additionally, the 2019 Acura ILX has a higher ALG residual value than the 2019 Audi A3 after three and five years.

2019 Lexus IS 300: Not only does the Lexus IS 300 have lower EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings than the 2019 Acura ILX, but it also lacks standard features such as front heated seats, remote trunk release, and noise/sound cancellation—all while costing car shoppers over $12,000 more than the ILX.

2019 Mercedes-Benz CLA 250: The 2019 ILX costs over $7,000 less than the Mercedes-Benz CLA 250, it has a more extensive powertrain warranty, and it boasts a higher ALG residual value after both three and five years. Not to mention, the CLA 250 considers features like adaptive cruise control, front heated seats, power moonroof, and LED headlights to be optional upgrades, whereas the ILX provides them as standard equipment.
 

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Acura TLX Value

The 2019 TLX, Acura’s luxury performance sedan, is the perfect balance between power and efficiency. How does its value hold up against other luxury sedans when comparing their base models?

2019 Audi A4: The Audi A4 will cost shoppers over $4,000 more than the 2019 Acura TLX and carries a lesser powertrain warranty. In addition to more trunk space, the TLX also offers adaptive cruise control, noise/sound cancellation, and LED headlights—none of which are available on the 2019 Audi A4.

2019 BMW 3 Series 330i: Not only will car shoppers pay over $7,000 more for the BMW 3 Series 330i, but they will also pay more for features like front-wheel drive, adaptive cruise control, front heated seats, and satellite radio—all of which are standard on the 2019 Acura TLX.

2019 INFINITI Q50: The 2019 TLX costs over $2,000 less than the INFINITI Q50, achieves better EPA-estimated highway mpg, and requires an upgrade for front-wheel drive. Additionally, the TLX comes standard with adaptive cruise control, power moonroof, front heated seats, and noise/sound cancellation.

 

Acura RLX Value

The 2019 RLX, Acura’s premium luxury sedan, is the complete package if ever there was one with responsive power, superior handling, a spacious cabin, and a wealth of standard technology. How does its value match up against other luxury sedans when comparing their base models?

2019 Audi A6: The Acura RLX will save car shoppers money on nearly every front. It costs over $4,000 less than the 2019 Audi A6, provides a more comprehensive powertrain warranty, and has a higher ALG residual value after both three and five years. Furthermore, the Audi A6 is missing features like adaptive cruise control and noise/sound cancellation technology.

2019 BMW 5 Series 530i: In addition to providing less passenger volume and overall legroom (front and back) than the 2019 Acura RLX, the BMW 5 Series 530i considers adaptive cruise control, front heated seats, satellite radio, and leather-trimmed seats to be optional upgrades, whereas the RLX provides them as standard equipment—all while carrying a more extensive powertrain warranty as well.

2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300: The Mercedes-Benz E 300 seems to offer less of almost everything when compared to the 2019 Acura RLX. It has a lesser powertrain warranty, less front and rear legroom, less trunk space, and less standard features, charging extra for adaptive cruise control, front heated seats, rear climate control, satellite radio, and leather-trimmed seats—all considered standard on the Acura RLX.
 

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