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    About Acura TL Lighting

    The Acura TL sedan could be nominated as the best car in its category. To back-up this statement, let's mention the TL model equilibrium between comfort, safety and price that counts a lot these days. This model was introduced in 1996, and in 2004 underwent the profound redesign. Some automotive specialists call it an intriguing explosive mixture of luxury and sport that many consumers are looking for. The TL model mixes up the modern styling, cutting edge technologies together with innovative engineering solutions and an eye-catchy look. There is no doubt left - Acura TL did have and still has much to offer for its clients.

    We do believe that car maintenance and timely service are rather important for every respectful car owner. Generally speaking, one of the most frequent problems with the car is the lighting issue. The owners of the Acura TL could stay relaxed, because CARiD has an extensive line of the various Acura TL Lighting parts. Once you notice the Acura TL Lighting malfunctioning, don't hesitate and contact our car specialists to find the right lighting part for your Acura model. CARiD- first time fit with only one click!

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    The 2012 Acura TL Showed Its Face
    The 2012 Acura TL Showed Its Face

    Acura unveiled its new 2012 Acura TL at the 2011 Chicago Auto Show. The reinvigorated midsize four-door sedan got improved fuel efficiency, refreshed look, and upgraded equipment package.

    As vice president of Acura sales Jeff Conrad commented on the new look of the car, “The 2012 Acura TL is refined yet aggressive. Already known for the great performance, the TL has sophisticated new look and a 6-speed automatic transmission that will take performance to the whole new level.” Changes in appearance include revised grille, shorter overhang, redesigned front bumper, and restyled headlights and turn signals. The mentioned sophisticated look of the new TL is achieved by a thinner rear trunk edge trim and updated taillights.

    Now, the TL comes in three trim levels: TL, TL Technology, and TL Advance. All three will be available with all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive, and all three will come with the new Sequential SportShift 6-speed manual transmission. The 4WD versions are also available with an optional 6-speed manual transmission. The transmission is paired with a multi-clutch torque converter that reduces heat build-up and allows for lock-up activation in a wider range of driving conditions. These upgrades result in improved fuel economy. Now the 2012 TL makes 20 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway (increase of 3 mpg compared to the 2011 TL). Acura covers its new TL by a 6-year/70,000 miles powertrain limited warranty and a 4-year/50,000 mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty.