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The Acura TLX, manufactured by Honda, is a 4-door upscale sedan that was released in 2014 for the 2015 model year. The model was designed and developed in the Los Angeles Design Studio and debuted at the New York International Auto Show. The TLX inherited its wheelbase size but differed hugely in body features and design. The first generation of the TLX was equipped with engine parts, including all-wheel steering, and a 2.4L 4-cylinder DOHC i-VTEC with a dual-clutch transmission that could provide 206 horsepower. The chassis code was UB1 and was offered only with front-wheel drive. The dual-clutch transmission was the first to adopt a torque converter in the TLX powertrain. The addition of the converter enabled the vehicle to absorb transmission gear shift shocks. The TLX was able to reduce noise, vibration, and harshness during the drive or you could choose a 3.5L SOHC VTEC V6 with a 9-speed automatic transmission for the powertrain system. It was available with either Precision All-Wheel Steer or all-wheel drive. This engine was able to provide 290 horsepower. The chassis code for a front-wheel-drive with this engine was coded as UB2 and UB3 for the all-wheel model. The Acura TLX inherited the LED headlamps, rear LED brake lamps and amber LED turn signal indicators on the side mirrors from other Acura models. The front fascia was revised, the fenders and the grille were changed, and the wheel was restyled. The second generation of the Acura TLX was introduced to the market in 2020. The new TLX was given a 3.0L DOHC V6 which could provide 355 horsepower and 354 lb. ft. of torque and had advanced safety equipment including a front passenger three-chamber airbag.
The Acura TLX, with its spacious interior and comfortable seating for five, is a solid choice for medium-sized families, but it is essential to be aware of common issues that may arise. Transmission failure is the most serious and frequently reported problem, leading to an unpleasant driving experience and potential safety risks. Symptoms include clunking noises, difficulty shifting gears, transmission slippage, inaccurate gear readings, or refusal to go into any gear. Inspect the TLX shift cable, valve body, automatic transmission filter, and transfer case seal if you encounter these issues. Braking and engine failures are also critical concerns. A properly functioning braking system is crucial for safety, so check the brake pad set, brake disc, brake drum, and brake rotors if you notice noisy, poorly responsive brakes or vibrating brake pedals. Engine failure can be attributed to worn engine parts and cooling system issues, with the oil filter, air filter, spark plug, water pump, radiator, radiator hose, and ignition coil as potential culprits. Regular maintenance is key to keeping your vehicle in top condition, so routinely inspect components like the cabin air filter for fresh air, wiper blades for clear vision, and the emblem as a symbol of your vehicle's identity.
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