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Battered Acura realizes that
if it wants more up-and-comers to climb aboard, it needs to drop a
longer ladder. And, possibly, design better-looking cars. Hence, the
2014 ILX, a Civic-based price leader built in Greensburg, Indiana, and
hitting showrooms now, starting at about $27,500, or $3000 less than a
base TSX. Acura will also sell versions in Canada, -Mexico, and China.
The three ILX models debuting at launch intend to cover a broad
waterfront. Perhaps 80 percent of the hoped-for 40,000-unit annual
volume will be a 150-hp 2.0-liter with a five-speed automatic.
Clutch-jammers will be enticed by a 201-hp 2.4-liter with a six-speed
manual for roughly $30,000; eco wonks will be drawn to the also roughly
$30K hybrid, which uses the Civic hybrid’s powertrain but with a jumpier
throttle. Its EPA figures are 39 mpg city and 38 highway.

Walkaround
The suspension and floor are Civic hard points. ?Acura thought that the
Civic’s cab-forward shape was too plebeian, preferring instead a longer
hood to match the ILX’s premium aspirations. Stylists working on the
rather conservative (for Acura) design used visual sleights such as
moving back the A-pillars 7.9 inches but the windshield base only ?3.9
inches, necessitating deeply curved glass. The Civic’s front overhang
has been stretched slightly while the rear was chopped, creating
somewhat odd proportions when the car is viewed from the side. The
interior is compact-car cozy but not tight, and a familiar constellation
of ?buttons adorns the console—the audio and climate controls are
from the TL. The 2.0-liter is bigger than the Civic’s engine and the
2.4 is the same as the Si’s, but the ILX’s approximate 3000-pound curb
weight, augmented by extra sound insulation, should split the same, with
60 percent up front. The Civic’s strut/multilink chassis is improved,
with reduced suspension friction, a quicker steering ratio in a
stiffened rack, and Honda’s new “amplitude reactive damper,” which is a
two-stage shock absorber with two concentric pistons. The more softly
valved piston cushions the shallow-stroke impacts of bumps while the
firmer one is activated only by deep-stroke events such as cornering.
The ILX achieves its targets by being quieter and feeling more
substantial, especially with its deluxe Acura interior, though some road
noise and “be-blunk!” from the all-season tires smacking pavement
irregularities are audible. The electric-assist steering is tuned
typically Honda light but doesn’t feel mortally numb, and it places the
nose on the line you desire while the tires and suspension hold it there
firmly. It’s the steering that all Civics should have.

Summary
The five-speed automatic seems outdated when a $17K ?Kia Forte has a
six-speed, but it works compatibly if not thrillingly. Those still
mourning the loss of the original TSX—or indeed, the Integra—will
want the 2.4-liter. With the extra power and the manual, the ILX wakes
up, becoming the frisky sports sedan it aspires to be. Maybe this is a
sign that ?Acura is also finally stirring.