Compare Acura ILX Hybrid

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2014 Acura ILX Hybrid
2014 Acura ILX Hybrid
1.5L CVT Hybrid
  • 1.5L CVT Hybrid
  • 1.5L CVT Hybrid with Technology Package


MSRP $28,900    
Invoice $27,229
Avg. Paid $21,652

U.S. News Scores

Overall 8.0    
Critics' Rating 7.5
Performance 6.2
Interior 7.0
Cost to Own 8.9
Safety 9.3
Reliability 4.0

Pros & Cons

  • Lots of standard features
  • Poor fuel economy for a hybrid
  • Slow engine start-stop system
  • Underpowered engine

General Specs

Transmission Automatic    
Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
Fuel/Engine Gas/Electric I-4 1.5 L/91
MPG 39 City / 38 Hwy



Body Style Sedan    


Wheelbase(in) 105.1    
Length, Overall (in) 179.1
Width, Max w/o mirrors (in) 70.6
Height, Overall (in) 55.6

Doors & Windows

Rear Defrost Standard    
Power Windows Standard

Exterior Features

Sun/Moon Roof Standard    
Power Tilt/Sliding Sunroof Standard
Rear Spoiler Standard


Base Curb Weight (lbs) 2959    

Tires & Wheels

Tires - Front Performance Standard    
Tires - Rear Performance Standard
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Standard
Aluminum Wheels Standard


Convenience & Comfort

Alarm Standard    
Back-Up Camera Standard
Cruise Control Standard
Vehicle Anti-Theft System Standard
Fog Lamps Standard
Auto-Off Headlights Standard
Adjustable Steering Wheel Standard
Steering Wheel Controls Standard
Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel Standard
Trip Computer Standard
Remote Trunk Release Standard
Intermittent Wipers Standard
Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers Standard
Front Floor Mats Standard
Keyless Entry Standard
Power Door Locks Standard
Heated Mirrors Standard
Power Driver Mirror Standard
Driver Vanity Mirror Standard
Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror Standard
Passenger Vanity Mirror Standard
Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror Standard
Power Steering Standard


Passenger Capacity 5    
Passenger Volume (cu. ft.) 89.3
Front Head Room (in) 38
Front Leg Room (in) 42.3
Front Shoulder Room (in) 55.6
Front Hip Room (in) 50.2
Second Head Room (in) 35.9
Second Leg Room (in) 34
Second Shoulder Room (in) 53.5
Second Hip Room (in) 51.7
Trunk Volume (cu. ft.) 10


AM/FM Stereo Standard    
Auxiliary Audio Input Standard
CD Player Standard
MP3 Player Standard

Heating & Cooling

Climate Control Standard    
Dual Zone A/C Standard
A/C Standard

Navigation & Communication

Wireless Cell Phone Hookup Standard    


Cloth Seats Optional    
2nd Row Bench Seat Standard
Bucket Seats Standard



Driver Air Bag Standard    
Passenger Air Bag Standard
Side Head Air Bag Standard
Rear Head Air Bag Standard
Side Air Bag Standard


4-Wheel ABS Standard    
4-Wheel Disc Brakes Standard

Safety Features

Brake Assist Standard    
Electronic Stability Control Standard
Daytime Running Lights Standard
Child Safety Locks Standard
Traction Control Standard


Engine & Performance

Front Wheel Drive Standard    
4 Cylinder Engine Standard
Engine Type Gas/Electric I-4
Displacement 1.5 L/91
Horsepower (Net @ RPM) 111 @ 5500
Torque (Net @ RPM) 127 @ 1000
Transmission CVT w/OD
Turning diameter 36.1


Hybrid Fuel Standard    
EPA Fuel Economy Est - City (MPG) 39
EPA Fuel Economy Est - Hwy (MPG) 38
Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx (gal) 13.2


Suspension Type - Front Strut    
Suspension Type - Rear Multi-Link
Suspension Type - Front (Cont.) Strut
Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.) Multi-Link


Automatic Standard    
Automatic Transmission w/Manual Mode Standard
Continuously Variable Trans Standard

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