When Did Acura Stop Making the TL?

It’s common for automakers to cease production of vehicles after a few years or so. Whether it’s due to reclassification or poor sales, some people may still be drawn to the discontinued model. Acura isn’t immune from having a few models that are no longer in production. The TL, for example, was a popular mid-size luxury sedan that experienced highs and lows. When did Acura stop making the TL? Find out below!

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2014 Acura TL front interior

History of the Acura TL

First produced in 1995 for the 1996 model year, the Acura TL was introduced to replace the Vigor. The TL saw initial success, being Acura’s best-selling vehicle up until 2007 when the MDX took over and spent some time ranked second-best in the US among all luxury sedan sales. Through four generations, the vehicle saw numerous upgrades and improvements. The last generation saw a standard 3.5L V6 engine with 280 horsepower as well as an available 3.7L V6 with 305 horsepower. Sales peaked at over 78,000 in 2005, but after a slow decline, Acura decided to cease production of the vehicle in 2014.

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Acura fans disappointed in the departure of the TL had some reason to be excited, because although the vehicle ceased production, it was replaced by the TLX in 2015. The new Acura TLX offers drivers exciting features like an available 3.5L V6 engine with 290 horsepower, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, ambient lighting, noise cancellation, and much more.

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While the TL is no longer being produced, you might find everything you want in the TLX. If you’re interested in checking out the newest models, get in touch with the team here at Arlington Acura in Palatine! We’ll show you what we have and help you find one that fits in your budget. Schedule a test drive today!
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