Compare 2023 Acura Integra vs 2022 Acura ILX
|2023 Acura Integra||2022 Acura ILX|
|1.5L Turbocharged I-4||2.4L I-4|
|200 hp||201 hp|
|30/37 *||24/33 *|
|8-Speaker Premium Audio System||6-Speaker Premium Audio System|
Blind Spot Information System with Rear Cross Traffic Monitoring
2023 Acura Integra vs 2022 Acura ILX
Serving Ridgeland, MS
While the Acura Integra is a smaller sedan that has been popular among Jackson-area drivers for years, the automaker put the use of this nameplate to rest for several years. For 2023, the Integra will make a comeback with modernized styling and powerful capabilities. How does the Integra compare against the ILX, which is another small car in the Acura lineup? Our Acura of Jackson associates are ready to help you make a solid comparison between these premium options.
The 2023 Acura Integra offers one powertrain option across its trim levels. This is a 200-horsepower, four-cylinder, turbo 1.5-liter engine. Most trims pair this engine with a continuously variable auto transmission, but the top trim level gives you the option of a six-speed manual transmission. The 2022 Acura ILX, on the other hand, has a 201-horsepower, four-cylinder, 2.4-liter engine. This is paired with front-wheel drive and a dual-clutch, eight-speed auto transmission.
The 2023 Acura Integra and the 2022 Acura ILX are easy to tell apart on the road. The Integra has a flowing presence with a rounded nose and a raked roofline. The front end comes to a crisp point over the pentagon-shaped grille. The Integra’s headlights are slightly angled with an LED light ribbon zigging horizontally through them. The sides have angled accentuated with slightly defined fenders. The ILX, on the other hand, has a more curved hood with a strong angle through the hood. The grille is comparable to the Integra’s grille. The angled headlights flare out slightly. They feature a row of bulbs underscored by an LED light bar. The sides have lower-body accentuation.
There are some differences between the Integra and the ILX when you compare similar trims. However, these models have a range of features in common. For example, they are both available with heated seats, Bluetooth streaming audio, a dual-zone climate control system, leather upholstery, smart device app integration, a sunroof, lane departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, a navigation system, connected services, and a range of other features.
Before you finalize your comparison of these exceptional cars, a more detailed look at their trims and capabilities is in order. Our Acura of Jackson sales agents want to support your continued research on the ILX and the Integra. To schedule a time to meet with our sales associates for an Acura showroom tour, contact the sales office by phone or online today.
* Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only) and other factors.