270 hp at 6200 rpm
2005 Acura TL specifications
Engine type 3.2 liter, SOHC VTEC V-6
Power, SAE Net 270 hp at 6200 rpm
Torque, SAE Net 238 lbs-ft at 5000 rpm
Redline 6800 rpm
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The TL is powered by a 3.2-liter aluminum-alloy V6 that uses advanced Acura technology to deliver exceptional levels of performance and refinement. The VTEC V-6 produces 270 hp and 238 lbs-ft of torque.
This comes standard with a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 that produces 355 hp and has all-wheel drive. The car sprints to sixty miles per hour in 4.9 seconds, making it the fastest TL of all time. Acura has a long history of making sedans that were sportier than some of the competition.
(The 2005 Acura TL enters its second model year without major changes.) The Acura TL is a true sports sedan, albeit front-wheel drive. The TL offers sharp handling, a powerful V6 engine, fully independent suspension and the latest active safety electronics to optimize driving dynamics.
Reliable and dependable. Basic models are even well equipped, so even with this Baee model they have a lot. Luxury and speed in one car. Runs a lot smoother than a Honda as I’ve owned several of both.
The Acura TL Type-S was introduced in 2001 as a 2002 model. It featured a 3.2 L SOHC J-Series VTEC V6 and produced 35 hp (26 kW) over the base model for a total of 260 hp (194 kW). Other upgrades included 17″ (430mm) wheels, firmer seats and suspension.
(The 2005 Acura TL enters its second model year without major changes.) The Acura TL is a true sports sedan, albeit with front-wheel drive. The TL offers sharp handling, a powerful V6 engine, fully independent suspension and the latest active safety electronics to optimize driving dynamics.
The Acura TL was introduced in 1996 as a mid-size luxury car from Honda Motor Corporation’s Acura luxury brand. A true sports luxury sedan, the Acura TL offers sharp looks, V6 power, cutting-edge technology and a great driving experience.
It was built in the USA but designed and developed by Honda/Acura in Japan and both are Japanese countries.
You can expect an Acura to last between 250,000 and 300,000 miles and at least 16 years. Honda’s luxury vehicle division is known for its reliability.
The Acura TL is considered very reliable. RepairPal gives it a reliability rating of 4.0 out of . 5, ranking 6th out of 31 luxury cars in its segment. In addition, the TL has excellent running costs.
Acceleration and Performance
The base 2008 Acura TL has a 3.2L VTEC aluminum alloy V6 engine under the hood producing 258 horsepower and 233 Pound-Foot Delivers Torque.
The second generation Acura 3.2TL was introduced in 1999, but this more powerful model was significantly more prone to problems. Common failures were the torque converter, 3rd gear clutch pack and the entire transmission due to blocked oil passages, damage from dirt and/or heat-related internal damage.
The last generation saw a standard 280hp 3.5L V6 engine, as well as an available 305hp 3.7L V6. Sales peaked in 2005 at over 78,000, but after a slow decline, Acura decided to end production of the vehicle in 2014.
2005 Acura TL Wert – $1.262-$4.398 | Edmunds.
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