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Hey guys,

I just wanted to get some feedback because I'm considering an Acura TL as my next car.

My 08 Honda accord was stolen 4 days ago and I'm already assuming the worst.

So I was wondering if you guys could give me some info on your satisfaction with the car, or any problems that I would expect to experience.

I'm gonna continue doing research about the car as well. I wanna consider a Type S, but I doubt they'll be in my price range (20k max - under 70km)

Thanks in advance for any help!
 

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hahahaha, not a lot of high traffic and if you do not ask a true technical question people seem to just ignore it.

Acura's are wonderful vehicles, and they will provide you with the best of everything, I just hope you realize as with most Honda's there are some transmission issues if the vehicle is not properly maintained. So I would suggest you have some good info on the vehicle you are going to purchase otherwise it probably isn't worth it. It will be hard for you to find one out of a dealership this late, only 7-08' years are available currently.

Not that it is a bad thing, but you should get a decent deal if you just shop around.
The type S I would have to say is sort of out of the question, but if you want please look around for them, you already missed the 3/4 year lease returns for a great deal on one of those. Now people are just looking to make returns on the vehicle or it is salvage lolll

Also would suggest that you are DIY type of guy, cause taking it to the stealership or trusting an idiot with your car can have dire consequences. If money isn't an issue for you then this car is perfect, the motor has long been perfected, the overall vehicle is really good and major problems do not generally occur if you know what you are doing and maintain the vehicle; which is why I say I hope you could get some history on the one you are seeking to purchase.
 

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Also would suggest that you are DIY type of guy, cause taking it to the stealership or trusting an idiot with your car can have dire consequences. If money isn't an issue for you then this car is perfect, the motor has long been perfected, the overall vehicle is really good and major problems do not generally occur if you know what you are doing and maintain the vehicle; which is why I say I hope you could get some history on the one you are seeking to purchase.
YES! Great advice!

I love my TL to death.
 
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