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2021 Acura TLX Video Screenshots Leak

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probably only 3ish, there doesn't seem to be much excitement for the Type S at the price point its coming in at on the TLX forums cause when you add the inevitable dealer markup you're getting into BMW M340 territory
 

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probably only 3ish, there doesn't seem to be much excitement for the Type S at the price point its coming in at on the TLX forums cause when you add the inevitable dealer markup you're getting into BMW M340 territory
Yeah initially people were OH YEAH Type S is back on a model.. Then they are like $50k+... Naw I'm good lol
 

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The wheels kinda look like the NSX wheels but maybe a little different?
 

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NSX ^
 

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You’ll be able to drive a 2021 Acura TLX Type S home in May this year, and pricing starts “in the low $50,000s.” We wish Acura could be a little more specific on exact pricing, but apparently it’s not ready to divulge that information yet. Regardless, this price point makes perfect sense when you consider that the regular TLX with its 2.0-liter turbo can be optioned up to about $50,000.

Personally not a fan of this color...

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its like a worse version of BMWs Phoenix Yellow...

and its sounding like some dealers are going to treat the Type-S as a halo car like the NSX
 
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