I purchased my 2008 Acura TL a little over a month ago & so far have no complaints! The interior is stylish and comfortable. All of the features are easy to use. The ride is smooth. The Hands Free Link Bluetooth is a nice accessory to have.
I L-O-V-E my TL.
I traded in my Ford Explorer and couldn't be happier.
Good gas mileage, great power, awesome interior, quiet ride and great sound system. I decided on the NAV system, my buddies with BMW's and Audi's are jealous of all of its capabilities, voice control and how easy it is to use!
I have NO regrets and may very well be an ACURA guy for life.
A great car
2006 Acura TLKen Venture - Los Angeles, CA12/09/2008
Very comfy, terrific tech (with nav, bluetooth, great stereo). 3.2L V6 has good power, but the car's a bit overly dramatic when you push it. The auto tranny takes ages to kick down and the car really squats. Also: front-wheel-drive wheel-spin - yuck!
Still, it's fun to drive if you're not overly picky about the dynamics and it's a joy in traffic, though the mileage is not great (23mpg in mixed driving)
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