The new 2015 Acura TLX has been priced at $31,890, which includes $895 in destination fees.
The TLX is a new midsize sedan that succeeds the 2014 Acura TL, which is listed at $36,925 with an $895 shipping fee, according to Edmunds.com. The 2015 TLX is scheduled to arrive at Acura dealerships in August.
For the fully optioned TLX SH-AWD, pricing will start at $42,345, including shipping. The TLX SH-AWD is an all-wheel-drive model with the Technology package. For the TLX SH-AWD with the Advance package, buyers will pay at least $45,505 with shipping.
The TLX lineup's standard features include Jewel Eye LED headlights, Smart Entry and pushbutton ignition, a rearview camera and Hill Start Assist.
Acura, which is Honda's luxury division, has launched the TLX Acura Advantage program, which is an opportunity for buyers interested in a TLX vehicle to reserve one at special introductory prices. Consumers can also get special lease and APR financing rates as well as a $500 credit toward buying Acura Genuine Accessories.
To be eligible for the pre-sale program, buyers have to order a 2015 TLX by Sept. 2, 2014 and accept delivery by Oct. 31, 2014, according to Edmunds.
The new TLX competes with the 2014-'15 BMW 5 Series, Infiniti Q50 and Lincoln MKZ.