i just got a 2010 acura TL some day i would like to get the SH-AWD is there a way to do this i am no more cash just payments so right now i would have to wait couple of years to trade unless anyone has any ideas right now i am trying to just build up enough to cover down payment check that is on hold and i am selling a used car to help with that and will be short so i need help by tommorrow any ideas out there

Asked by Apr 14, 2013 at 03:22 PM about the 2010 Acura TL Base w/ Tech Pkg and Performance Tires

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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Save your money. It's going to take cash to buy a super handling - all wheel drive

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Sounds like you've got a case of "Buyer Remorse". We'll ALL been through it at one time or another. Since you've already purchased the 2010 Acura TL and doesn't sound like you are in a position to pay off or significantly pay down your car note in the short term...Looks like you'll just have to "Love the One You're With". You DO have a VERY nice Acura TL which more than likely has stability and traction control without the added weight of the AWD, which hurts gas mileage anyway (I'm learning that the hard way with a 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander 4WD, I recently purchased). You may find out that you'll do just fine without the SH-AWD model.

ok 7 months gone buy and im starring at the sh-awd would like the 6 speed i believe they started in 2012 i hope to trade in and maybe even get a lower payment it not meant to be i will wait but am looking around.

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