The TL beet out the BMW 330 and Inf
I30. Fun to drive and so smooth that I
easily hit 80mph thinking it's 65.
Comfortable in stop and go traffic.
Seat padding and multiple positions
keep it comfortable. The TL steering,
and cockpit dashboard made me feel like
I still had a sports car. The only
complaint was the service costs were
rediculous: $100.00- $300.00/3k miles
for oil changes and the other stuff
they said I needed.
I regularly use the navigation system.
Never make a wrong turn and am never
late. Find gas stations and hotels by
pushing a couple of buttons. Able to
punch up hotels and get the phone
numbers to make contact with my cell
phone. Also love the dash displayed...
very sporty and sleak.
The body could use some tweaking to
make it look more sporty while
maintaining the luxury vehicle status.
It is too similar to the Accord on the
outside even though it is way better
with handling and creature comforts on
The car has been a great experience.
The body style could stand to be
redesigned, but the interior is great.
I have been in the Audi A6 and the BMW
3 series niether of witch have the ease
of operation of all controls like my TL.
The engine is awesome!
Still has one of, if not the best,
motors in its class.
For the most part I like what this car
has to offer as basic features.. heated
seats and mirrors, sunroof etc. I did
have to have a new transmission but in
after the last one almost killed me by
stalling and almost stopping dead in
its tracks on I-95 in Florida but
overall I think it's a great car for
the money and resale looks good.
The extras that are really part of the
general package: Traction Control,
Sunroof, Heated Seats etc.
A little more space in the back seat.
For two adults back there it is not the
I loved it from the first second. It
looks and feels like a quiet luxury
car (say the Lexus ES300), yet drives
like a sports car. I drove the Lexus
and its not even close - The Acura is
much more fun, quiet and more taut and