The story leading up to the release of the Acura TLX was a question of whether or not this sedan would be able to turn around Acura's lackluster sedan lineup. There were many who didn't think the TLX went far enough. Now with 3 solid months of sales under its belt, the TLX is proving its haters wrong.
The Acura TLX is proving that it can hold its own in the uber-competitive American luxury car segment. In the month of October it came in 5th overall in its segment. Only 4 models outsold it: the BMW 5-Series, Lexus ES, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and the BMW 3/4-Series. The TLX was only behind the BMW 5-Series by 24 units. Pretty impressive in my opinion.
Another promising sign for the Acura TLX is the trend of its sales over the past 3 months. Sales have been consistently increasing month after month. In August 2,286 were sold. September saw 3,884 sales, and October saw 4,890.
Do you think that the TLX will be able to keep up this steady increase in sales? Will it be able to rise past 5th position in its segment?