Acura's mid-size TL luxury sport sedan received a number of updates and improvements for 2007, including revised exterior and interior styling, an improved navigation system with AcuraLink satellite communication system, and real-time traffic monitoring. Changes for 2008 are limited to tire pressure monitors being made standard and a new color, Bold Beige.
The most sporting TL is again, the Type-S high-performance version. It's stuffed with a 286-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 engine as standard equipment, along with a rear spoiler, a sport suspension, ten-spoke alloy wheels, quad exhaust tips, and other upgrades.
The TL's standard 3.2-liter V-6 engine delivers 253 horsepower. While the Type-S can be ordered with either a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission, the standard TL only comes with a five-speed Sequential SportShift automatic.
Like other Acura models, the TL comes with lots of standard equipment including a DVD-Audio system and a relative handful of available options - including a voice-activated navigation system and high-performance summer tires.
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