Acura has made no changes to the 2014 ILX Hybrid, including its base price of $29,795 (including the $895 destination charge). But those who want a loaded 2014 Acura ILX with the Technology Package will have to pay $35,495, which is $200 more than the 2013 model.
The ILX Hybrid’s powertrain includes a 1.5-liter inline-four rated at 90 hp and 97 lb-ft of torque and an electric motor that puts out 111 hp and 127 lb-ft. With its continuously variable transmission, the ILX Hybrid has been EPA rated at 39/38 mpg city/highway, the same as last year’s model.
Standard items for the 2014 ILX Hybrid include cloth seats, push-button start, Bluetooth connectivity, and a moonroof. And despite the slight price increase of the Technology Package, the features list remains the same and includes a navigation system, surround sound stereo, xenon lights, and leather seats.
Acura previous released pricing on the 2014 ILX base and 2.4 models. At $27,795, the 2014 Acura ILX base model $1000 more expensive, but now includes more standard features including leather seats, a rear-view camera, subwoofer, 17-inch wheels, and an Active Noise Cancellation system. The Premium Package is priced at $30,095 and the Technology Package can be had for $32,495. The 150-hp 2.0-liter I-4 and five-speed auto carries over. The 2014 ILX 2.4 is unchanged with a 201-hp 2.4-liter I-4, six-speed auto, and a sticker price of $30,095.