2008 Acura TLKelvin Askew - SAN DIEGO, CA02/01/2016
The 2008 is a well-balanced car. Great performance, Excellent features, Reliable, A head turner as it is still one of the most beautiful cars on the road and just an all around pleasure to drive. Truly a best value and the most bang for your buck in the used car market. I couldn't be happier with my purchase and feel fortunate I was able to purchase this vehicle with low mileage, the right color, tech package and excellent condition as they are getting harder and harder to fine. I GOT MINE!!!!
2013 Acura TLDustin G. - Lynnwood, WA12/13/2017
Great car, with great features. The car is pretty quick and I have to be careful on the freeway. I bought this car because I was going to be traveling from Seattle to Portland several times a month and I needed a car that would be reliable and comfortable, and also would fit our family the rest of the time. The wife fights me for it on days when I am not traveling and the kids love riding in it. The only real downside is the gas mileage. You need premium gas and it averages around 26 to 27 mpg even with heavy freeway driving. I've got it up to 31 mpg when it was exclusively freeway driving, but as soon as you do some city driving it dips down. Overall, it's a great car and I highly recommend it.
Reliability and luxury in a practical SUV
2012 Acura MDXT Laster - Owings Mills, MD01/24/2016
I recommend my MDX because it's a very comfortable truck with great handling in all weather conditions. The interior is designed well and feels luxurious. To be an SUV it is great on gas. The only feature base model does not have navigation which is fine with me, I use talking Nav on my cell. Its luxury on a budget.
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