2004 Acura TL Overview

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5-Spd AT
Avg. Price: $9,049
5-Spd AT w/ Navigation
Avg. Price: $9,270
6-Spd MT
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Avg. Price: $9,232
6-Spd MT w/ Navigation
Avg. Price: $9,269

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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 37 reviews

One Fine Automobile!! by mmeek
 — We were out one day scouting automobiles for my wife when I spotted the Acura TL. I loved this car the first moment I layed eyes on it. It was nicely redesigned for 2003 and it looks great! After I... Read More
Love It!! Look No Further by Lookingforcars
 — You can't go wrong with this car. Love it! Love it! Mine is 8 years old with 152000 miles and still running like a beauty! I've never had a car this long nor have I ever wanted to keep one for so long... Read More
Vera by Legen-Jerry
 — This car has the looks of perfection and is extremely fun to drive.. for a fwd family luxury sedan, that is. It's modern style invokes thoughts of European designs. The console is very clean and well ... Read More

2004 Acura TL Overview

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Based on 37 reviews

2004 Acura TL

Introduced in 1996, the Acura TL underwent a major re-design in 2004. Acura upped the ante with the engine, upgrading it to a 3.2-liter, 270-hp V6 and adding a critically acclaimed 6-speed manual transmission. The TL also got some fresh bells and whistles with a DVD-Audio sound system and Bluetooth connectivity for your phone.

As for trims, the 2004 Acura TL comes in 4 variations: with a 5-speed automatic transmission, a 6-speed manual transmission, a 5-speed automatic with navigation, and a 6-speed manual with navigation. Expect the automatics to get you 20 mpg in the city, 28 on the highway, while the manuals get you 30 mpg on the highway. All 4 trims have 4 doors and seat 5.

Overall, the 2004 redesign gets a thumbs-up from reviewers. Drivers like the 6-speed manual transmission, more luxurious interior and smoother handling, although the TL still has some room to grow before it can match its foreign competition. In any event, the improvements show Acura's dedication to making the TL a strong contender around the world.

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Acura TL Questions

TerenceFitz
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I Have An Acura Tl 2004 And Haven't Done Any Major Repairs With 233,000 Mil...

till recently. Started engine and seemed clunky almost like a misfire. Had it checked and replaced the Sparks and coils but Doesn't run any better. Now the engine light blinks, Could it be the tr...

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Should I Buy This For $4500

It's an Acura TL 2004.It has 200K Miles but mostly highway miles from New Jersey to Connecticut once a week. it was selling for $5000 then I talked him to $4500. The interior and Exterior looks am...

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Car Won't Go In Gears.. Can Only Reverse ... Reverse Light Stays On Reverse...

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How Do I Replace My Left Rear Door For A New Door?

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My Car Stopped Moving Forward Or Backwards. I Can Put It In Gear, But It. D...

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