Acura sells a ton of TLX models, so dealers keep plenty in stock. Finding one that suits your needs should be easy.
The 2020 Acura TLX is in stock and ready to roll. It is a carryover model, but it has a new PMC Edition that includes exclusive paint and hand-assembled details to give it a subtle custom look.
Last month's solid deals get even better in October, making the 2020 TLX an excellent buy. Keep in mind, the PMC Edition is excluded in all the special offers listed below.
Looking for something new? We expect the next-generation TLX to debut in the 2021 model year with a performance-oriented Type S variant. Acura previewed this upcoming performance luxury sedan with its Type S concept in August.
All offers listed here are available nationally and run through October 31, 2019.
Cash offers galore:
The 2020 TLX boasts dealer cash worth up to $1,500 ($1,000 increase) off the MSRP. It's important to note that dealers pass these savings along at their discretion — savings aren't automatic as they are with customer rebates — so shop around for the best deal. Buyers cannot combine this offer with the low APR or dealer finance cash below.
Want to lease the 2020 TLX? Qualified buyers can get lease cash offers that run $6,150 ($800 increase) on the base model and $7,650 ($650 increase) on all other versions. You cannot combine these lease cash offers with the unadvertised incentive above.
The 2020 TLX also has conquest and loyalty cash bonuses. Current owners of 2009 and newer Acura, Honda, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, INFINITI, Lexus, Lincoln, or Mercedes Benz models can score a rebate of up to $750.
Lease from $299/mo.:
On top of the huge lease cash offers above, the 2020 Acura TLX has no shortage of great lease offers.
Qualified buyers can pick up the 2020 Acura TLX with two 36-month promotional leases offers. The TLX 2.4 Base runs $299 per month with $2,999 due at signing. The V6 Base trim's 36-month lease offer runs $349 per month with $2,999 due at signing. The 2.4 Base trim's lease's $382 effective monthly cost makes it a good value relative to its MSRP, as does the $432 effective monthly cost for the V6 Base trim.
All of Acura's promotional leases allow up to 10,000 miles per year.
Low APR added:
In early October, Acura added 0.9% APR for up to 60 months for qualified buyers, but they cannot combine it with the big dealer finance cash below or the $1,500 dealer cash above.
If you finance the 2020 TLX through the Acura and skip the 0.9% APR offer, you can score huge savings worth up to $4,000 ($500 increase) off the base 2020 TLX or $5,000 (500 increase) off all other 2020 TLX models. Remember, this offer cannot be combined with the 0.9% APR or the $1,500 dealer cash above. Dealerships are not required to pass these offers to you, so shop around for the best offer.