2005 Acura TL Consumer Review: The nav system is tied into th

2005 Acura TL - Consumer Review

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3.2 Sedan (3.2L V6 5-speed Automatic)

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The nav system is tied into the radio/CD
By jzucco on


2005 Acura TL 3.2 4dr Sedan (3.2L 6cyl 5A)


I love the car but it is now 2009 and the nav system no longer works. H2O damage most likely due to condensation sense it is in the trunk. Now that the nav no longer works my entire console is worthless. No DVD/CD, radio works but don't know the station. Only solution from Acura is to purchase a new 3k nav system. I would not buy this or any vehicle that ties all these system together like this because there is no aftermarket solution and you are stuck with a 3k bill just to listen to a DVD!! I am not happy. I filed a complaint with Acura but they do not have a solution. This is a severe design flaw!

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I have the 6 speed, and it is a ton of fun to drive.

Worst Features

Change the design of the nav/radio system
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