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Old 09 May 2010, 12:01 am
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Default 2008 acura tl type S or 2008 infiniti g37 coupe?

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im thinking about getting a 2008 acura tl type S or 2008 infiniti g37 coupe. which one?















im just looking for something that looks nice n realible. preformance is part of it but not that big.































please help AND list the pros n cons of the cars compared to each other.















yes ive asked this alot but this is freakn 28K!!! n i want the best out of it
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Old 09 May 2010, 12:16 am
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YOU have asked this question like 100 times!!! how many answers could you possibly need, everyone agreed on Infiniti, leave it at that!
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Old 09 May 2010, 12:31 am
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Based upon your criteria, you'd probably be happier with the TL. Acura, part of HONDA, enjoys a superior reputation for reliability, quality, fit and finish over Infinity (aka, Nissan). Honda is truly a tier 1 Japanese auto manufacturer, something Nissan/Infinity has never enjoyed for a host of reasons.































The '08 TL has been well-proven, whereas the '08 g37 is an early year version of that model. Also, the g37 delivers a horrible ride, is noisy, and frankly, not nearly as refined as the TL. What it offers is the model's sharp looks, and depending upon which version of what car you compare, the g37 enjoys an approximate .3 to 1 second advantage in a 0-60 sprint. And though the g37 offers more active feel at the wheel, the TL-S handles at least as well, featuring a .93 skidpad rating...that's very good. And re looks, the outgoing TL model seems to have a timeless fetching appearance that will wear well through the years.
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Old 09 May 2010, 12:46 am
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The 2008 Acura TL-S is probably the best 3rd gen TL ever made. It was the last year it was made so you can gaurantee that car is in the best of the best condition with all recalls fixed, up to date Navi, etc.































There is no way the G37 can top acura's navigation system. I've seen both and I gotta say the TL-S is a good car. It's the best acura tl from 2004-2008.































The G37 is a nice car, but like the above perosn said, it's fairly new and you never know if there will be a recall soon or later.
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