How Powerful and Efficient is the 2020 Acura ILX?

By Product Expert | Posted in Acura ILX on Tuesday, October 15th, 2019 at 5:21 pm
Front driver angle of a blue 2020 Acura ILX parked on a street

2020 Acura ILX Engine Specs and Fuel Economy

Looking for a sporty sedan? Here at Karen Radley Acura, we recommend the new 2020 Acura ILX. Now, you’re probably wondering how powerful and efficient this compact sport sedan is. Keep reading to learn about the engine specs and fuel economy of the 2020 Acura ILX!

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Engine and Transmission in the 2020 Acura ILX

The 2020 Acura ILX is powered by a 2.4L engine with 201 horsepower. Close up of the Acura logo on the engine inside the 2020 Acura ILXIntelligent Variable Timing and Lift Control (i-VTEC®) is engineered to open intake valves for longer at 4500 rpm or higher. This feature increases the horsepower of the engine to enhance your drive.

Paired with this powerful engine is the 8-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT). This transmission is designed to give you fast, smooth, and efficient transitions. A torque converter was also incorporated for smooth acceleration as you get up to speed. Finally, Sequential SportShift paddle shifters are installed for responsive and easy shifts.

Fuel Efficiency of the 2020 Acura ILX

Now, let’s take a look at the fuel economy of the 2020 Acura ILX. EPA estimated the 2020 Acura ILX to offer 24 city mpg*, 34 highway mpg*, and 28 combined mpg*. If you are curious about the drivetrain of this new model, the 2020 Acura ILX is available in front-wheel drive for each trim level.

Are you excited to drive the new 2020 Acura ILX? Visit us here at Karen Radley Acura and we will help you take this stylish compact sport sedan out for a test drive. We cater to all drivers in the Washington DC area. For more helpful information like this, check out our blog! If you have any questions about the ILX, don’t hesitate to reach out.


*Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary   depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-package/condition, and other factors.

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