2008 Acura TL 4dr Sedan w/Navigation (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
I have driven full and mid sized SUVs for years, but missed the fun of a bit of a "performance car" but still have a family now, so a 2 seater or 2 + 2 was out of the question. This is a great blend of functionality, luxury and performance. The list of standard features is staggering. When you compare this to a 3 series BMW you will find 40K plus to get close to the standard equipment on the TL, and that is with BMW's standard "leatherette" interior without upgrade. Yes, for those who have not researched it, real leather is NOT standard on a 3 series, you pay about $1,500 to get it. Now, at the very high end, BMW gets the performance nod, but for the average commuter, this is a win
Navigation, bluetooth, voice activated features, real time traffic and accident information is unreal. Sound system is excellent.
Placement of the power ports is odd. Other than that, this car is a WINNER.
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