2015 Acura TLX VS 2015 Lexus IS 250 Comparison Naperville, IL
Comparison Of Acura TLX vs Lexus IS 250
The luxury car market today is flooded with options and determining the best value for the money can be difficult. The following is a comprehensive look at the differences in design, performance, safety, and features between these two vehicles to help determine which provides the best value. Once the research is complete, come by Continental Acura just outside Chicago, IL to experience first hand the Acura TLX.
2015 Acura TLX
2015 Lexus IS 250
|24 City – 35 Highway**||Fuel Mileage||21 City – 30 Highway|
|Standard Equipment||Memory Seat and Exterior Mirrors||Not Available|
|Standard Equipment||Heated Front Seats||Optional Upgrade|
Continental Acura In Naperville, IL Explores The Design Of Each Vehicle
The Lexus IS 250 does not offer a visual design that differs from the IS 350. They are essentially the same vehicle with the difference being a smaller engine in the Lexus IS 250. The attempt by the Lexus IS 250 to offer a bold and eye catching design could be considered successful if one were looking to better fit in with the American muscle cars and their large pronounced grilles in the front. However, such design does not necessarily tell onlookers that this is a high end luxury car. The Acura TLX offers exquisite modern sophistication and elegance that lets the viewer know that a truly superb vehicle has arrived. The Jewel Eye headlights are not only more effective than the traditional halogens they provide a functional eye catching look that illuminates curves sooner without distracting oncoming traffic. Inside, the Acura TLX provides warm wood trim that is perfectly rendered into a plush and modern cabin that exceeds the expectations of a luxury vehicle. Step into the experience that is the Acura TLX at Continental Acura next to Downers Grove, IL.
Performance Is A Specialty At Continental Acura In Naperville, IL
The Lexus IS 250 brags of a track tuned suspension and is the rear wheel drive little brother of the more powerful IS 350. As a rear-wheel drive vehicle, the Lexus IS 250 may be preferable on a track under ideal conditions, however it is less beneficial when navigating icy or otherwise slick roads. It is generally better to pull a vehicle through such conditions with a front-wheel drive vehicle than it is to maintain control while the power is at the rear wheels. The other primary performance difference is the engine. The Lexus IS 250 only comes with a slightly less powerful and far less fuel efficient V6 than the 4-cylinder that that comes standard in the Acura TLX. Not only is the significantly more expensive Lexus IS 250 equipped with a V6 that is less powerful and less fuel efficient than the TLX 4-cylinder but the Acura can be upgraded to to a 6-cylinder that produces nearly an extra 100 horsepower and is still more fuel efficient than the Lexus IS 250. This speaks volumes for the value provided by the Acura TLX. Drive by Continental Acura just east of Aurora, IL to learn more about the incredible value of the Acura TLX.
Continental Acura In Naperville, IL Knows Safety And Features
Whether the roads are clear and dry or icy and crowded, safety is an issue that should not be compromised. There is a considerable difference between these two vehicles when it comes to safety. Both vehicles have a variety of air bags, traction control, and anti-lock brakes that have become the norm across the industry but the true determination of safety comes with the results of crash tests. The IIHS has put both vehicles through a variety of demanding crash tests and found that not only did the Acura TLX outperform the Lexus IS 250, it outperformed most vehicles on the road to the degree of earning the highest Top Safety Pick Plus distinction which makes the Acura TLX one of the safest vehicles on the road. The Lexus IS 250 did perform well in a couple crash tests but fell far short of the safety provided by the Acura TLX. A profound advantage with features is also held by the Acura TLX which comes standard with things like heated seats, memory seat and mirror position, as well as rear view camera. The Lexus IS 250 does not offer memory seat and mirror positions and only offers a rear view camera and heated seats as an additional upgrade which further widens the already significant price gap between the two vehicles. It is clear that the Acura TLX provides far greater value with these standard options included. The Lexus IS 250 even charges extra for a power moon roof which comes standard on the Acura TLX. Come explore the outstanding Acura TLX At Continental Acura just a short drive from Geneva, IL
Continental Acura In Naperville, IL Specializes In Exceptional Customer Service
Too often the car buying experience is rife with confusion, frustration, and poor customer service. Continental Acura just north of Plainfield, IL stands apart from the competition by always putting the customer first. Whether it is maintaining a vast selection of new Acura vehicles to ensure the right vehicle for each customer or going the extra mile to hand pick the best quality used vehicles, we are determined to put our customers best interest at the forefront of all we do. This also means that we offer a top-of-the-line service department staffed with factory trained technicians and courteous service advisers. When it comes to precision engineered Acura vehicles, only the right parts will do which is why our parts department keeps a comprehensive inventory of genuine Acura parts and accessories on hand. Come experience the value of Continental Acura just south of Wheaton, IL today. Appointments with knowledgeable sales consultants can be made by calling 844-219-3741. We are conveniently located at 2275 Aurora Ave, Naperville, IL 60540.
* Manufacturer’s suggested retail price does not include destination and delivery charges, tax, title and registration fees. Destination and delivery includes handling and inland freight fees and may vary in some states. Prices, specifications, options, features and models subject to change without notice.
** Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions battery pack age/condition (hybrid models only) and other factors.