Is the 2011 Acura TL reliable?

Is the 2011 Acura TL reliable?

Vehicle overview Take the 2011 Acura TL, a midsize luxury sedan that’s difficult to fault. It has compelling performance, perfect crash scores, a spacious interior, solid build quality and plenty of the latest technologies.

Does 2011 Acura TL have VTEC?

The 2011 Acura TL and TL SH-AWD® are each fitted with a transversely mounted V-6 engine that has been engineered to meet the specific requirements of each TL model. The TL SH-AWD® engine features a VTEC® system that varies the exhaust valves as well as the intakes to contribute to elevated power output.

What kind of oil does a 2011 Acura TL take?

The 2011 Acura TL uses SAE 5W-20 oil in the engine.

Is the Acura TL SH AWD a good car?

The Good The ELS audio system, part of the tech package in the 2012 Acura TL SH-AWD, produces excellent sound from a full set of audio sources, and voice command lets you request music by name. The all-wheel-drive system gives the car snappy handling in the turns. The Bad The engine pushes no boundaries in efficiency.

What kind of transmission does the 2012 Acura TL have?

One big new feature for the 2012 TL SH-AWD is a six-speed automatic transmission, replacing the previous generation’s five-speed. This transmission has sport and manual shifting modes, but the former is not particularly aggressive, and the latter still suffers from torque converter lag during gear changes.

How does the Acura TL AWD navigation system work?

The TL SH-AWD’s center stack features an LCD, radio display, and lots of buttons. The navigation system, hard-drive-based as it is, draws maps and calculates routes quickly. But Acura does not tax its resources much, only using 2D maps and eschewing the richer perspective views used by competitors.

What is the front grille on a 2012 Acura TL?

The 2012 Acura TL SH-AWD also lays claim to being the raciest of the Acura lineup. An identity crisis shows itself in recent generations of the TL. Acura designers made the front grille piece bolder and bolder, up to the previous generation where this silver beak grew so prominent it looked like a giant bottle opener.