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Acura TL
Acura TL
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Acura TL Overview

The TL's high point is its slick and punchy 3.5-liter V6 and six-speed automatic, which returned a good 24 mpg overall. We found the handling taut and the ride compliant and firm, with good isolation from bumps. But the vague steering is mostly devoid of feedback, and road noise intrudes on the otherwise quiet interior. The front seats are well shaped and supportive, but the rear seat is tight. The well-finished interior is cluttered with buttons, even without the optional navigation system. An AWD model with a 3.7-liter V6 and tauter suspension is also available. A slightly smaller redesign, named the TLX, arrives this spring with four- and six-cylinder engines,

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