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Old 16 Aug 2007, 04:42 am
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Default When was the last time that the ACURA TL was remodeled? And when will it be remodeled again?

When was the last time that the ACURA TL was remodeled? And when will it be remodeled again?
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 04:43 am
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The Acura TL was remodeled for 2006. All honda Acura vehicles are remodeled every three years
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 04:45 am
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rumor is the next TL will get the RL's SH-AWD technology. Anyway, they're given a mmc mid-year/cycle model change every few years and a complete redesign every few years after that.
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 04:49 am
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Both these guys are wrong I work for Acura and the last time the TL was fully remodeled was 2004 that when they relaesed the new body style. They also uped the horsepower and stopped releaseing the Type S model. They also added a Six speed model the the line up. They added voice activated sterio and navy in the next year nad also added some cool keyless entry features that not to many people have even discovered yet. Its funny how you have things and dont even take advantage of them. However im have not heard of the next remodeling but its not on a three year standard. for example 96-2000 civics are the same style thats 4 years.
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 04:50 am
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was remodelled in 2004 with a completely different body stylin'.now available with voice activated features, a much needed 6 speed manual(hoorayyy!!) a 270 hp v6,type s available with factory body kit and 18' wheels.a b**chin' package!!!!
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The TL was last redesigned in 2004, Japanese nameplates are usually remodeled on a 5-year cycle. i e Honda Accord 1998-2002 was the same design. There are always exceptions though the last Acura RL was very old before it was finally redesigned in 2005.
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Old 16 Aug 2007, 04:51 am
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I believe it was in 2003 that Honda introduced its 3rd generation Saber (Acura TL in the US). For a listing of future releases, check out the website below...































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