The Acura TL has long been a favorite among entry-luxury cars. Significantly redesigned for 2009, when it received a powerful...
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The Acura TL gives you a super power engine of a sports car with the drive-ability of a sedan. It handles turns and bumps with ease and is loud enough to be sexy but not so loud that it is annoying. It gets adequate gas mileage and the new design is a step into the future with its five point grill that looks NASA designed. The head lights are slanted and to the side further adding to the sleek, unique look. The interior is cool and modern with leather and chrome like features. It has easy to read controls and a killer sound system. Everything is controlled but the easy to read, crystal clear screen located on the middle of the dash. The seats are comfortable and offer plenty of head room. Storage is a bit of an issue with a small center console that is covered when the am rests are down. When you enter the back seat you are less impressed. Though this is a family, five seat sedan, you can only comfortably sit two in the back seat. It is not overly family friendly with the latch connectors hidden in between the seats that makes securing a car sit a challenge. The middle, hump style seat could fit a child, but it would not be comfortable for a long period of time. As far as storage goes in the back, don't look for it because it is not there. There is a huge trunk though that is perfect for toting around all of your family's stuff. All in all it is a great car for a couple with one child but not made for a normal size family.
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