The front-drive 3.2TL sedan is derived from the Honda Accord and is built at the same assembly plant in Ohio. The two cars have something else in common: both are the best-selling models for their respective divisions.Acura is Hondas luxury division, and the 3.2TL is its midlevel sedan, fi... Read Full Report
So what possessed us to test a luxury sedan when the snow was up to the trick knee? Actually, not a bad time to find out if the luxury sedan is only a seasonal machine or a year-round hauler. With ABS and traction control standard, the 2001 Acura 3.2 TL we tested did more than an admirable job on the roads. It does have one Snow Belt drawback--it sits so low to the ground that at inters... Read full review for the 2001 Acura TL
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Just out of extended warranty...known transmission issues with the '01. Beware...costs $3500+ to fix. I am getting a new car, and my '01, which was a great car, is now worthless.
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