2007 ACURA TL
I needed a car because my old car was totaled in an accident. This car is a daily driver. It has a good amount of hp, the gas mileage is decent, it is comfy and rides pretty smooth.
2008 ACURA TL
The car was nice... It was listed all the services and maintenance
by DAT TON
2006 ACURA TL
Had this car for almost a year now and I just luv the power it's faster then the automatic 07 TL TYPE S.... One thing about this car is the brembo brakes works SOO nice.
2007 ACURA TL
This car drives like a dream. Full of features and has the reliability that Honda/Acura is known for. Best car I've purchased to date.
by DOOBS MCGEE
2004 ACURA TL
Rare 6 Speed Manual, Engine maintained, Paint still glossy, drives well. I bought this car because I love the Acura TL version and only drive manual cars and this car drives like a beauty. I use it as a college student, only commuting 5 miles to and from school and work three days a week. I would advise taking the car you're interested in to a mechanic as well as bringing a copy of the carfax. I will be driving this one for a while!
2004 ACURA TL
The Acura TL came with all of the luxury features I was looking for: Heated power leather seats, power moon roof, heated/electric mirrors, hands free link. It has great power and pick up and handles well. Great combination of a sports/luxury car in one.
2005 ACURA TL
Handles very well and has some power when needed.
The sound system is awesome - good clarity and good bass and loads up to 6 CDs.
There are a lot of creature features that has a bit of a learning curve.
We bought this car with 119,000 miles relying on reviews and reliability ratings.
2006 ACURA TL
Very dependable and comfortable ride. I was concerned after downsizing from a Cadillac SRX, but I enjoy driving this car. Very economical gas milage. A lot of bells and whistles that my other car had, very surprised that this car was comparable to my old ride.
Used Acura TLs
In 1996, Honda launched the first generation Acura TL which combined performance and reliability in a mid-size luxury sedan. The 4-door Acura TL is ideal for families seeking all the comforts of a luxury car with the added benefit of long-term reliability and value retention. The TL, which stands for "Touring Luxury," was Acura's first vehicle to cease using the traditional model names for vehicles and instead used alpha-numeric notation. The numbers you see after the Acura TL name correlate with the engine size. For example, the first generation vehicles were offered in a sporty 2.5L and a more robust 3.2L.
Safety has always been a strong suit for the Acura TL. The second generation vehicles that hit the market beginning with model year 1998 included side impact airbags for the front passengers as standard features. Add in the enhanced navigation system and four-speed electronic automatic transmission with SportShift and you've got a vehicle that's not only safe to drive but also a pleasure on long road trips.
Ask any previous owner what distinguishes used Acura TLs for sale from other similar vehicles and they'll likely point to cutting-edge technology. The third generation, which launched with model year 2004, supports this claim as it became the first car available in America with a 6-disc CD changer and Bluetooth technology for hands free cell phone usage standard across all models. It's no wonder that by 2005 the TL ranked third in sales among luxury vehicles trailing only the BMW 3 and Lexus ES.
The fourth and final generation of Acura TL vehicles, which began with model year 2009, is undoubtedly the safest version of this vehicle having received top safety ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) across all major categories. To help maintain traction in slippery conditions, you can get this generation of TL with optional all-wheel drive. Of course, the latest TL's continue the legacy of including pioneering technology by including USB charging ports, keyless start, and a 13GB internal hard drive among other comforting amenities. Despite its nearly 20-year run of success, the 2014 Acura TL is the end of its kind as the TLX replaced it starting in 2015.