2007 Acura TL Overview


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Avg. Price: $12,342
Base w/ Navigation
Avg. Price: $12,956
Avg. Price: $15,489
Type-S w/ Summer Tires
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Avg. Price: $16,257

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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 34 reviews

Rare To Find, Good Buy, If Your Not Interested In Dealing With A New Vehicles Problems. 0-60 In 5.5 by Theodore
 — Still going strong, minor issues with throttle body but not cars fault previous owner used 87 octance instead of 91 and it gunked up throttle body. Since new Throttle Body replaced gas mileage has imp... Read More
Once You Get Past The Torque Steer, This Is A Great Car. by rhody
 — I am 4500 miles into a lease of a 2007 Type-S 6 speed manual. I just turned in an Infinti M45 for the Acura. I had almost opted for the TL 6 speed back in 2004, but went for the Infiniti instead. I... Read More
Impressive by FilippG
 — Amazing handling with plenty of power produced by the 3.5 VTEC engine. When in Sport Mode, the transmission shifts instantly with the tap of your finger on the paddle shifter. This car offers a comfo... Read More

2007 Acura TL Overview

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2007 Acura TL

After taking a couple years off, the Type S made a triumphant return to the Acura TL lineup for 2007.  The TL has 6 trims: the 5 speed automatic with or w/o a navigation system, 5 speed Type S automatic with or w/o performance tires, and the 6 speed Type S manual with or w/o performance tires.  The Type S's use a 3.5 L, 286 hp V6 engine while the other 2 trims use a 3.2 L, 258 hp V6.  Besides the Type S re-introduction, Acura added Sequential Sportshift to the 5 speed automatic trims, changed the steering wheel, and re-did the exterior and interior.
Otherwise, the TL maintains several basic specs in 2007.  This midsize luxury sedan has 4 doors, seats 5, and gets you between 20 mpg in the city, 29 mpg on the highway.  Standard features include sunroof, air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, leather seats, power seats, cd player, ABS brakes, traction control, and stability control.  The 5 speed automatic constitutes the only trim without standard navigation.
Overall, drivers welcome the Type S back with open arms.  The extra horses and smooth handling make it even more enjoyable to drive than the already impressive non-Type S trims.  In addition, having all those standard features make the TL a solid value.  With no major problems to mention, the 2007 Acura TL rolls into satisfied buyers' driveways with its impressive reputation intact.


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Acura TL Questions


My Hands Free Link Isn't Working

I have a 2007 Acura TL-S. My hands free link is not working properly. On the dash display it says HF Link. If I press the talk paddle no beep for me to give command. If I press back nothing. If I pr...

163 views with 4 answers (last answer 3 months ago)

I Placed My Car To Sell Just Today And Its Not Showing In The Listings?

Its Acura TL TypeS, Maraccon Pearl Red Color with 92K miles

8 views with 1 answer (last answer 5 months ago)

I Have A 2007 Acura Tl Type S. It Was Used As A Commuter Car For Most Of T...

I have a 2007 Acura TL Type S. It was used as a commuter car for most of the time and has over 180,000 miles on it. I went to start it the other morning and it would not start (nothing happened. in...

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Clicking Sound When Trying To Start My Car

When I tried to start my car I just got a clicking sound when I turn the key in the ignition, after few minutes car started. The next day it seemed as if the battery was dying. I had to get a jump, ca...

355 views with 6 answers (last answer 8 months ago)

How Do I Leave Feed Back For A Dealer

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