2019 Acura TL

November 14th, 2018 | 0 Comments | Acura

The 2019 Acura TL is a compact executive/entry-level luxury car manufactured by Acura. It was introduced in 1995 to replace the Acura legend and was from 1996 to 2000 for the Japanese market as the Honda Inspire and from 1996 to 2004 as the Honda Saber. The Acura TL was Acura’s bestselling model until it was sold out in 2007. Although it was considered the second best-selling luxury sedan in the United States behind the BMW 3 series, sales have declined by more than 50% since then. 2019 TL sales were adversely affected by both recession and negative publicity as a result of last-generation styling issues.

2019 Acura TL Features

2019 TL SH-AWD (‘Super Handling’ All Wheel Drive) is a multi-demanding wheel-driven system that is more designed for performance than traction only in difficult circumstances. During the intersection, the system transmits 90% of the power to the front wheels and 10% to the rear wheels. Acceleration places more torque on the rear wheels.

The Acura TL SH-AWD 2019 model also includes some indoor refinements on the base model and is set for slightly stronger suspension and send feedback. It is visually distinct from the base model on the outside by its SH-AWD weapon on the trunk, four-wheel exhaust pipes and larger air ducts in the front bumper to cool the larger brakes. The TL operates on 245 / 50R17 tires, while the TL SH-AWD 245 / 45R18 tires have optional 245 / 40ZR19 summer performance tires. Both models use electric power steering rather than hydraulic, and a revised seat-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel grids is standard equipment for both models.

2019 Acura TL Interior

2019 Acura TL Interior

Acura TL 2019

Acura TL 2019

The fourth generation Acura TL adds further electronic convenience features, now featuring a central multifunction display, a 276-watt audio system with eight speakers, a six-CD CD changer, XM Satellite Radio, USB port connector, and Bluetooth Audio. Both models offer an optional Technology Package, which also includes premium leather seats in Milano, a keyboard system, a joystick-based navigation system, updated with a new 8-inch (200mm) full VGA display and the ability to provide weather information and traffic-oriented re-execution. , and the Acura / ELS 10-speaker audio system, 440 watts power, DTS CD compatibility for 5.1 surround sound, DVD-A, as well as an internal hard drive with 13GB of storage space dedicated to audio. With the ELS audio system, audio CDs are automatically torn to the hard disk when inserted for future playback. The navigation system also stores its card data on the hard drive, which causes faster boot times

2019 Acura TL Engine

The basic TL is front-wheel drive and is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 that has 280 hp (210 kW) and 254 lb-ft (344 Nm) of torque, an increase of 22 hp (16 kW) and 21 lb-ft (28 Nm) over the previous 3.2 liter V6. The new TL SH-AWD replaces the previous TL Type-S and is powered by a 3.7 liter V6 delivering 305 hp (227 kW) and 275 lb-ft (373 Nm) torque, an increase of 19 hp (14 kW) and 19 lb-ft (26 Nm) over the 3.5 liter V6 of the Type-S. The 3.7L engine also uses VTEC variable-lift timing on both the inlet and outlet valves.

2019 Acura TL special edition

This is a version of the front-wheel-drive 2013 Acura TL with distinctive 10-pin 18-inch alloy wheels, a color-adjusted deck slide spoiler, trunk-mounted special edition badge, keyless access system with keyless access range, pushbutton start, choice of 4 body colors matching an Ebony interior leather trim with contrast stitching, sequential SportShift 6 speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifter system, 10-way adjustable power driver seat, 8-way adjustable power front passenger seat, power moonroof, 276 – Watt audio system with eight speakers, dual-zone dual-mode automatic climate control system with automatic humidity control.

2019 Acura TL Safety

The 2019 TL uses Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering front end. The Main Road Safety Insurance Institute (IIHS) found the 2009-11 front-wheel 2019 Acura TL models to have an overall management mortality rate of 5 deaths per million registered years.

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