A bold claim for sure, but the Town and Country replacement does boast over 100 available safety features, a rear seat theatre, hands-free doors and liftgate, and a segment-first hybrid model. Let’s take a closer look at all the changes and innovations.
Once you fire up the motor, you won’t remember, or care, how the inside looks. Side note: a friend of mine who owns an M4 came along for a ride and pointed out a neat detail of how the start button is angled towards the driver, which reinforces the driver-focused nature of the car.
This turbocharged crossover hits the ground running poised to compete with current heavy hitters in the segment that include the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Lexus NX, Range Rover Evoque and Lincoln MKC, to name a few.
The TLX is pulling double duty, filling the shoes of both the former TSX and TL after Acura decided to trim some of the fat from its four door offerings. In terms of appearance, the vehicle looks more like a shrunken-down TL, measuring nearly 100 millimetres shorter in comparison, than an evolution of the TSX.
If the Lexus portfolio of vehicles were to take a class photo, the CT 200h would be the shy smart...