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1998 Acura CL Consumer Discussions

1998 Acura CL
1998 Mazda 626. Lease was up. I wanted something that was a combonation of luxury and sport. CL was definately the way to go. I don't regret buying the car at all. I don't know the CL just likes drivi...

while 1998 Accord Coupe’s was clearly inspired by NSX that preceded it by 8-9 years, 1999 TL clearly derived its styling from 1992 Legend, 2001 CL and 2004 Accord Coupe seem to have used 199...

In the mid-90s, the 1995 Acura CL-X concept started another era of Acura/Honda headlight styling where headlamps took a shape other than a rectangle, a square or a circle. The production CL (first gen...

which of course it is indeed, however it is clear that none of these well meaning folks have had one to one on hand experience with both vehicles, instead most probably they are driving the 3.2 TL ca...

Early 2001 model you brought up was not TL, but CL/CL Type-S. TL Type-S did arrive, but a few months later....

OK, for all those who have the 1998-1999 3.0 Acura CL..(and basically anyone with a high performance FWD automatic..). Here are a few tips to preserve what you drive and/or put off a repair until a l...

is making on the MDX or any of the other vehicles they manufacture. Honda is actually making more on its vehicles than its dealers are. Take a look at a model like the Acura 3.2TL. Right now Edmun...

the case with my recent Honda products. My 2001 CL-S had rattle and noise issues, and poor fit and finish. Our 2001 Accord was relatively rattle-free, but had horrendous exterior body panel gapping...

My last six cars have been Hondas or Acuras. I currently have a 2000 TL, a 2000 Prelude (selling it) and a 1998 CL (3.0) and a 98 Accord....

AFAIK, for Acura, "X" started as a designation for prototypes/concepts, with 1995 CL-X. 1998 TL-X followed it up. MDX was the first Acura to keep "X" to production form....
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