Is a 2004 Acura TL a good car?
The Acura TL provides an excellent blend of comfort, convenience, and sportiness. With taut and and agile handling, it is also among the quickest and most fuel-efficient offerings in its class. We also liked the impressive interior, comfortable ride and quiet cabin. There are 6 recalls on this vehicle. via
Are there any recalls on 2004 Acura TL?
Summary: HONDA IS RECALLING 273,000 MY 2004-2008 ACURA TL VEHICLES. PROLONGED HIGH UNDER-HOOD TEMPERATURES MAY CAUSE THE POWER STEERING HOSE TO DETERIORATE PREMATURELY CAUSING THE HOSE TO CRACK AND LEAK POWER STEERING FLUID. via
What happens if you put 87 instead of 91?
“Use premium unleaded gasoline with a posted octane rating of 91 or higher. If the octane rating is less than 91, you could damage the engine and may void your vehicle warranty. If heavy knocking is heard when using gasoline rated at 91 octane or higher, the engine needs service.” via
How much does a transmission cost for a 2004 Acura TL?
2004 Acura TL Transmission Replacement Cost
Expect that your replacement transmission will be cost from $2,400 to around $3,600 for the assembly, and additional part and fluid may also be required. via
Does a 2004 Acura TL need premium gas?
Here's a quick answer: Acura TL's built between 1996-2014 with a 3.5L V6 engine are designed to use premium unleaded gasoline with an octane of 91 or higher. It can also use unleaded gasoline with an octane of 87, but the TL can only use this for a short period of time. via
Is Acura TL all wheel drive?
In a field dominated by rear-wheel drive vehicles, the Acura TL is front-wheel drive with an optional all-wheel drive system. In its favor is a strong reputation for reliability. The TL's styling, though, has proven polarizing—either you like it or you don't. via
Did they stop making Acura TL?
Sales peaked at over 78,000 in 2005, but after a slow decline, Acura decided to cease production of the vehicle in 2014. via