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How Powerful is the 2021 Acura TLX?

Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
Front driver angle of a grey 2021 Acura TLX driving at night

2021 Acura TLX Engine Specs and Drivetrain Options

Agile and athletic, the 2021 Acura TLX is a luxurious sport sedan designed for drivers that enjoy engaging levels of performance and handling. Just how powerful is the 2021 Acura TLX, you may wonder? At Radley Acura, we will take a look at the engine specs and drivetrain options offered with this sporty car.


Which Packages Are Offered for the 2021 Acura ILX?

Monday, October 26th, 2020
Front passenger angle of a white 2021 Acura ILX A-Spec Package

2021 Acura ILX Package Options

Are you looking for a sedan that offers impressive performance? Do you crave innovative features and design elements in your next car? At Radley Acura, we recommend the 2021 Acura ILX for anyone searching for a compact sedan that is both luxurious and sporty. Now, different options available for anyone shopping for an ILX. Here, let’s take a glimpse at each of the packages offered for the 2021 Acura ILX.


Acura Teases Next-Generation MDX Prototype

Thursday, October 15th, 2020
Front driver angle of a grey Acura MDX Prototype

Acura MDX Prototype Reveal Video

A highly anticipated model that fans are longing to hear more information on is none other than the Acura MDX. To give fans a sneak peek at what’s to come, Acura has teased the next-generation Acura MDX Prototype in a short one-minute video. Check out the Acura MDX Prototype video below.


Should I Get Snow Tires for Winter?

Wednesday, October 7th, 2020
Cars driving in heavy snow

Why You Should Buy Winter Tires for Your Car

As the weather gets chilly and the inevitability of snowstorms arriving comes closer once again, you may be wondering if you should get snow tires for winter. With the entire northeast region experiencing heavy snowfall each year, it’s definitely a good idea to do so. Of course, many drivers that use all-season tires or have a vehicle with all-wheel drive (AWD) may not feel that it is necessary. Here, we will take a look at why you should invest in snow tires, even if you currently use all-season tires or drive a vehicle with AWD.