2010 Acura TL Review
Acura’s fourth-generation TL features an angular, modern theme with an edge of sportiness. Complementing its redesigned body is a 3.5-liter SOHC V6 engine—capable of exerting 280 horsepower—and a five-speed automatic transmission with F1-style paddle shifters. This luxury sedan provides a roomier interior than previous incarnations, particularly in the rear seat area. Acura even claims that the TL is able to fit a family-sized picnic cooler in the trunk, unlike other cars in its class. The Acura TL’s finer amenities include a leather-wrapped steering wheel with illuminated fingertip controls, ten-way adjustable power driver’s seat, and an eight-speaker audio system with a six-disc CD changer.
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Warranty/Service: Four-year/50,000-mile warranty; six-year/70,000-mile powertrain warranty; five-year/unlimited-mile outer body rust-through warranty; fifteen-year/150,000-mile seatbelt warranty.