2018 Acura ILX Safety

September 12th, 2018 by

2018 Acura ILX

The safety features of the 2018 Acura ILX are designed for one purpose; to keep you and your loved ones safe and protected on the roads around Naperville. From its wide array of standard safety features, to the advanced safety tech of the AcuraWatch systems, the ILX provides an extra level of confidence. Learn more about the safety features of the new ILX now available at McGrath Acura of Westmont.

Safety is Standard

All trims of the 2018 ILX come with a full array of advanced airbags, 3-point height adjustable seat belts, and rear LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) child-seat mounting system. Other standard safety features include:

  • Active Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) Body Structure
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Multi-View rear camera
  • Expanded View Driver’s Mirror
  • Vehicle Stability Assist™ with Traction Control and Motion Adaptive Steering
  • 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Braking System
  • Electronic Brake Distribution
  • Brake Assist
  • Security System

2018 Acura ILX driver assistance

Advanced Safety Tech

Upper trim levels of the ILX come with the AcuraWatch suite of advanced safety systems. These high-tech active safety and driver assist features can help prevent accidents from occurring on Elmhurst area streets and highways. AcuraWatch systems include:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System™
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Blind Spot Information System
  • Rear Cross Traffic Monitor

Find the Acura ILX for Sale Near Naperville

Visit McGrath Acura of Westmont to see new ILX models and learn more about the wide range of standard and available Acura ILX safety features today. Compare the ILX to the Audi A3, Cadillac ATS, and the BMW 2 Series, and explore the ILX interior, technology, and performance specs. Please contact us online or give us a call at 630-323-8200 if you have any questions.

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