Because Acura cars are very reliable cars. And have good interior options. Sporty but luxurious.
By far the best car I've owned and driven!
2005 Acura TLS Crg - BT, NJ10/24/2015
I bought this model brand new in 2005. It had a unique body style and the powerful V-6 purred. I had priced out an Infinity G-35x with all the bells and whistles after having leased the 2WD drive model, and when I came across the TL, it had every feature INCLUDED for nearly $3500 less! So I got the small spoiler to dress up my Silver w/Gray interior. The car truly made my 2.5 to 3 hr commute each way a dream, with amazing sound system - A comfy,clean, smooth ride, on the dime handling with awesome pep and smart, user friendly dash components. I truly missed this car when I gave it up for an SUV to move out West. I wish they hadn't changed the body style (grille and rear) It truly was unique. By far, the best car I've owned!
2006 Acura TLmackenson jean - fort Myers, FL01/17/2016
It's a fun ride. Kind of an affordable luxury car to own. But of I had to think before purchasing I would suggest the newest model
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