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    • Александр Король
      Александр Король

      The best and only sedan available with awd manual trans, with ebrake and not a stupid button . And great acceleration . Will keep it another 6 years

      about 20 days ago
    • C Durell
      C Durell

      I normally love their reviews, I find this to be like a couple of whining teenagers. I don’t own this car so it doesn’t touch a nerve it’s just her attitude

      about 2 months ago
    • DoYouJ?

      Well, that backfired.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jasper DiLincoln
      Jasper DiLincoln

      Good pre owned car

      about 3 months ago
    • Robert Jackson
      Robert Jackson

      My wife drives a 2012 Advanced FWD which I drive on holiday trips. I returned 29mpg at 85-90 on our last outing. Great car, maybe a little firm for some but handles with excellent manners on the open road.
      If anyone has converted a FWD to SHAWD please let me know. I have a 2010 MDX that convinced me it's worth a few mpg's. Safer for my wife in ice and snow as well as torque steer elimination. I found a rear diff for it(MDX) costing $200.00 with 29,000 miles. Used also in the TL SHAWD. Very Cool. MDX has 264,000 miles, love it.

      about 5 months ago
    • Running Coyote
      Running Coyote

      Don't ever bring this idiot on your channel. Complains that a Japanese vehicle does not feel German? Also maybe because he's getting old, but the buttons are logically placed he obviously has no clue.

      about 6 months ago
    • Al T
      Al T

      I usually like Dave's reviews, but in this one I disagree with a lot of the points the guys made. I have a 2012 SH-AWD with the 3.7, and with true snow tires mounted it's excellent in the snow. It pulls like a train, handles very predictably and hooks-up very well on icy/snowy roads here in Canada. No spinning and slipping when you leave a stop light, it puts the power to the wheels with grip and also mitigates tire spin so you can easily accelerate away. The engine is very powerful, and for a full size car it's quick. As far as the dash buttons, yes there are quite a few, but once you drive the car for a week you get accustomed to the ones you use most and it's really a non-issue. Overall this is the best car I've ever owned personally, and I would recommend it without reservation.

      about 6 months ago
    • Aziz HACHIMI
      Aziz HACHIMI

      You re just dump asses who know nothing about cars!

      about 7 months ago
    • Bobb4443

      If had a 2013 AWD Acura TL for the past 5 years. Absolutely the greatest car I’ve ever owned. The all wheel drive in the snow is amazing. Nothing ever goes wrong with the car, and it’s really cheap to maintain. I am really I happy customer.

      about 7 months ago
    • cj miller
      cj miller

      All due respect when some one says sh-awd isnt good on snow and ice you can automatically toss their opinion out. Its literally the best awd system for snow and ice. I dont own this car but that's just a know fact at this point.

      about 7 months ago
    • JediNachos

      The lowest I've got in my 2014, SH-AWD is 22mpg. 27.7 max, on the highway going 80 mph. Town driving, is 22 at it's worst. I have the 6 speed auto.

      about 9 months ago
    • G R
      G R

      It's like driving a school bus.

      about 9 months ago
    • Pretty Sure
      Pretty Sure

      Lol these guys are goofs.. vtec is the original most reliable variable valve timing technology. Vtec gives you the power while maintaining excellent fuel economy when vtec is not engaged

      about 10 months ago
    • Jediah Matthew
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      about 10 months ago
    • Steven 098
      Steven 098

      I’ve driven my TL through Maine winters and it’s a beast, listen to the comments, you guys have no idea what you’re talking about...

      about 10 months ago
    • BattlefrontZero

      As a TL owner, I wonder if these guys even paid any attention to this car. They said so many things I had to disagree with.

      It's great for Winter. I always feel very safe driving it when the roads are bad and the SH-AWD handles well even when I purposefully make it loose traction.
      The trunk space is not spacious, it's rather small due to the AWD system.
      Fuel economy does suck though.

      about 1 year ago
    • Benjamin B. Bowman
      Benjamin B. Bowman In reply to BattlefrontZero

      As another TL owner, I agree trunk space isn't good...

      about 7 months ago
    • RevsALot

      Horrible review lol.. for the price, reliability, power and an awd manual sedan this is the best option imo

      about 1 year ago
    • RevsALot
      RevsALot In reply to RevsALot

      Everyman Driver from the comments and like to dislike ratio I'm not the only one who feels that way lol..but everyone has different opinions and taste I guess

      about 1 year ago
    • Everyman Driver
      Everyman Driver In reply to RevsALot

      Horrible comment lol

      about 1 year ago
    • teckneic

      Please take no heed to nothing these two morons said about the TL. It handles like a dream in the snow and saying that the dash of an Acura should be more "German" is retardation at it's best. Go test drive one of these like I did and you will fall in love. Butterflies everytime I'm at 4,000 rpms and the VTEC kicks in and takes me to redline. Manual is the way to go...

      about 1 year ago
    • musicvideos365

      I live in Winnipeg and can assure you this car is amazing in snow and ice

      about 1 year ago
    • Twin Turbo
      Twin Turbo

      Some reviews suck. This is one of them.

      about 1 year ago

      These guys must be on top of Brokeback Mountain because the definitely banging each other in the ass because they don't know what the fuck they're talking about they got their ass backwards

      about 1 year ago
    • O T
      O T

      you are just a bad driver. this car is awesome every season especially in winters. you guys literally reviewed every aspect of this car the opposite way. the interior looks great. trunk is the main complain of many since seats don't fold. rear seats provide a lot of leg rooms.

      about 1 year ago
    • C Collins
      C Collins

      Should be called an "Every Housewives Driver" Review...........Eeeewwwwww! Too many knobs & things! Eeeewwwwww! My Japanese car isn't German enough! Then you knocked it for MPG, and EVERY other competitor you mentioned gets the SAME MPG w/in 1 or 2mpg from it's 3.6 or 3.7 engine. Knock them too? and WOW....not a good winter car? It's BETTER than the G37x or CTS4 because it STARTS at FWD before adding to the REAR instead of visa versa.....I'm obviously not "every man". My last vid here.

      about 1 year ago
    • fullybuild

      Hey guys. I'm about to purchase 13 tl sh 6 speed manual for California. Any one from California here with the same car? Can you tell me little bit more about their car. For example what tires would you recommend, oil type, and etc. thanks.

      about 2 years ago
    • WMU Karate
      WMU Karate In reply to fullybuild


      I have the car with the 6-speed. Buttons aren't a problem. Wish the trunk didn't have the large hinges verses the piston type hinges in some competitors.

      about 2 years ago
    • mccraejoey82

      awesome car I have a 2011 might switch to a rlx in 2020 gotta see what they do with the new design

      about 2 years ago
    • Stanging 84
      Stanging 84

      You just dont know this car's potential

      about 2 years ago
    • Everyman Driver
      Everyman Driver In reply to Stanging 84

      guess not, thanks.

      about 2 years ago
    • David Browne
      David Browne

      I definitely disagree, I live in Canada I have Michelin x-ice tires and my TL handles beautifully in deep snow and ice. You can't expect all seasons to perform well in snow, all season tires are jack of all trades master of none.

      about 2 years ago
    • Benjamin B. Bowman
      Benjamin B. Bowman In reply to David Browne

      " I think it's because you're a bad driver," the co host said. I chose my TL primarily based on its superior snow performance -- over the A4, IS and 3-series.

      about 7 months ago
    • mccraejoey82

      I have a 2011 and I still love it!!

      about 2 years ago
    • zanthus7

      I like this car a lot. I did not agree with the reviewer's opinion about the many buttons on the console and steering wheel. That does not bother me. This manual transmission has a mpg of 17/25 but I bet the automatic is about the same if not better than my 2004 TL which is 20/30. So I rate that as a positive because I will buy an automatic. Normally for me, manual transmissions are fun. But when you live in a high traffic area where there is a lot of stop-and-go traffic, manual transmissions are not fun. Especially if your rush hour commute is between speeds of 20 to 40 mph for more than 30 minutes. I prefer the sport-luxury sedan versus the more luxury conservative RLX. That car has great features but also a boring appearance. I think the same is true for the TLX too - boring looking as hell. So the 2013 or 2014 TL SH-AWD will be my next purchase.

      about 2 years ago
    • Kidkulafu1 Pacman
      Kidkulafu1 Pacman

      I've always loved this car and absolutely happy with the looks and performance. My 6spd. manual with awd is fun to drive.

      about 2 years ago