Acura TL

2013-01-13 01:16:04

The Acura TL represents an excellent choice among midsize luxury sport sedans that are currently presented on the market. The reliability of Acura TL is way higher than any European car could ever offer, and that along with some other exceptional qualities may be the first reason to buy it. This car has four generations of models, first of which appeared in 1997 and the last one’s production started in 2010.

The basic trim levels are presented in two variations, a base trim and a sport one, the SH-AWD trim level. Basic versions of the cars, that are also front-wheel drives, are equipped with a 3.5 liter V6 engine that gains up to 280 hp. The SH-AWD version has a 3.7 liter V6 engine that gets up to 36 hp more (306 hp). The six-speed automatic transmission comes as a basic on both trim versions; however the SH-AWD has an optional six-speed manual transmission available. The standard equipment also offers 17-inch wheels, sunroof, leather upholstery, xenon headlights and an amazing eight-speaker modern stereo system with 6-CD changer and the dedicated iPod interface.

The SH-AWD version of the Acura TL can be upgraded with better brakes, 18 inch wheels, sportier upholstery and sport-tuned suspension. Among the other useful gadgets comes the Bluetooth connectivity, USB port, satellite radio, touch control panel with navigation system and a sound system with the digital storage option. The navigation system even offers real-time weather or traffic updates that make any ride in this car even more fun.

With all the tech and gadgets comes the roomy cabin that gives you plenty of space to feel comfortable during your trips. This car is a perfect vehicle for any use, starting from everyday school rides and ending with some local neighborhood races. Every luxury shopper that is looking for a stylish and exquisite but safe and reliable car would be pleasantly surprised with the latest Acura TL. Because it gives you everything you could ever dream about in a car like that and much more.



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