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2004 Acura TL Base 4dr Sedan 3.2L Auto

2004 Acura TL
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Front-Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Mid-Size
20 mpg city / 28 mpg hwy
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Car and Driver Manual Dexterity - Comparison Test 2004 – Car and Driver Manual Dexterity - Comparison Test 2004 Source: www.caranddriver.com

Acura Forums – Acura Forums Source: acuraforums.com

2004 Acura TL Test – It looks Italian and performs like a GT car but the 2004 Acura TL offers up a handful of torque steer under full throttle. Tested, analysed, and reviewed by the expert road testers at About Cars. Source: cars.about.com

Motor Trend: Long-Term Test Verdict: 2004 Acura TL – Japanese solidity, Italian style Source: www.motortrend.com

Forbes Autos Review – News that Acura is planning a revamp of its moribund RL flagship this coming fall shouldn't be a surprise to anyone who follows the car business. No, the RL is not the subject of this review--the less-expensive Acura TL four-door is. Source: www.forbes.com

Automobile Magazine Review – The Acura TL has been the big dog in its category since the second-generation version was introduced in 1999, but it has been a car built to limit options and emphasize affordability-on the principle that less is more. Source: www.automobilemag.com

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