2018 Acura TLX 2.4 vs. 2018 Cadillac ATS

2018 Acura TLX 2.4 vs. 2018 Cadillac ATS

The ATS is Cadillac’s entry-level luxury sedan that was launched in 2012 as a 2013 model. The ATS carries over for 2018.
It comes with two engine choices: a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder or a 3.6-liter naturally aspirated V-6. The ATS offers the
choice of rear-wheel or all-wheel drive and comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Although the ATS is making some inroads into the luxury market, it lacks some of the fit and finish that buyers expect in this market.
The TLX offers exceptional build quality as well as a number of features you won’t find on the ATS.

Acura TLX 2.4 advantages over Cadillac ATS 2.0t Sedan
• Standard 8-speed Dual Clutch automatic Transmission with paddle shifters (vs. 8-speed automatic)
• Standard 10-way power driver’s seat (vs. 6-way power)
• More front and rear shoulder room and hiproom
• More rear legroom (34.5 inches vs. 33.5 inches)
• More passenger volume (93.3 cu. ft. vs. 90.2 cu. ft.)1
• Better EPA fuel economy ratings (23/33/27 vs. 22/31/25)2
The TLX 2.4 comes with a host of standard and available features that you won’t find on the ATS 2.0t Sedan:
––Standard Integrated Dynamics System
––Standard paddle shifters
––Standard Agile Handling Assist®3
––Standard Precision All-Wheel Steer™ (P-AWS®)
––Standard LED headlights
––Available GPS-linked4 climate control when equipped with navigation
––Standard Active Sound Control
––Standard capless fuel fill system
––Standard Tire Fill Assist
––Standard Tire Sealant and Inflator Kit
––Standard Aha™5 compatibility
––Standard On Demand Multi-Use Display™ (ODMD™)
––Standard Road Departure Mitigation system6
• You’ll have to pay extra on the ATS 2.0t Sedan to get these standard TLX 2.4 features:
––Electric parking brake
––Power moonroof
––Heated front seats
––60/40 split fold-down rear seatbacks
––Adaptive Cruise Control with low-speed follow7
––HomeLink®8
––Automatic dimming rearview mirror
––Forward Collision Warning (FCW) system9
––Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system10
––Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)11
––Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™)12

Cadillac ATS 2.0t Sedan advantages over Acura TLX 2.4
• More horsepower and torque (272 horsepower/295 lb-ft vs. 206 horsepower/182 lb-ft)
• Available all-wheel drive
• Standard active grille shutters
• Available Recaro performance front seats
• Available 8-way power front passenger seat (vs. 4-way power)
• Available heated steering wheel
• Available remote engine start
• Standard Bose® premium surround sound audio system
• Available 110-volt power outlet
• Available rear-seat side-impact airbags
• Smaller turning circle diameter – curb-to-curb (36.4 feet vs. 39.2 feet)
• More front headroom (38.6 inches vs. 37.2 inches)


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DISCLAIMERS
1 Based on SAE J1100 cargo volume measurement standard.
2 Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, and other factors.
3 The Agile Handling Assist system cannot enhance stability in all driving situations. You still need to drive and corner at speeds appropriate for the conditions and always leave a sufficient margin of safety.
4 Acura Navigation System and related features available only in the United States, Puerto Rico and parts of Canada. See your local Acura dealer for information regarding navigation system area coverage.
5 Compatible smartphone required. All Aha platform feeds are audible, not visual in nature. Vehicle does not provide any feeds. Some state laws prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle. Launch smartphone applications only when the vehicle is safely parked. Aha is a trademark of HARMAN International Industries, Inc. Your wireless carrier’s rates may apply.
6 Road Departure Mitigation may not detect all lane markings or lane departures; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed and road conditions. System operation affected by extreme interior heat. Driver remains responsible for safely operating vehicle and avoiding collisions.
7 Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with low-speed follow cannot detect all objects ahead and may not detect a given object; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed and other factors. ACC should not be used in heavy traffic, poor weather or on winding roads. The driver remains responsible for avoiding a collision.
8 HomeLink and the HomeLink house are registered trademarks of Johnson Controls®.
9 FCW cannot detect all objects ahead and may not detect a given object; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed and other factors. System operation affected by extreme interior heat. FCW does not include a braking function. Driver remains responsible for safely operating vehicle and avoiding collisions.
10 LDW only alerts drivers when lane drift is detected without a turn signal in use. LDW may not detect all lane markings or lane departures; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed and road condition. System operation affected by extreme interior heat. Driver remains responsible for safely operating vehicle and avoiding collisions.
11 LKAS only assists driver in maintaining proper lane position when lane markings are identified without a turn signal in use and can only apply mild steering torque to assist. LKAS may not detect all lane markings; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed and road condition. System operation affected by extreme interior heat. Driver remains responsible for safely operating vehicle and avoiding collisions.
12 CMBS cannot detect all objects ahead and may not detect a given object; accuracy will vary based on weather, speed and other factors. System operation affected by extreme interior heat. System designed to mitigate crash forces. Driver remains responsible for safely operating vehicle and avoiding collisions.