The Acura ILX is the entry-level vehicle in the Honda-owned luxury brand's lineup. The problem with entry-level luxury vehicles is that they're not really very luxurious, which is why they're less expensive. But in order to justify the luxury badge, they can't be too cheap, which is why they're not cheap.
You don't need a crossover. That's right, you. I don't care how big your family is; you can count the number of times they're all in the car together on a cartoon character's right hand. For the vast majority of your driving needs, you don't need to seat more than five people, and you don't need to carry a studio apartment's worth of around with you.
The Nissan Murano has undergone quite a transformation from the debut 2003 model. Originally released as a crossover, the Murano has done the opposite of what most SUVs have done recently; it's gotten bigger.
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