Acura Prices 2009 TL Sedan from $34,995

The final piece of the 2009 Acura TL (click here for details and high-res images) puzzle fell into place today with the announcement of the luxury sedan’s pricing. The all-new TL will go on sale at Acura dealerships in the U.S. on September 24th with all-wheel-drive models following in November. The starting price for the front-wheel drive model equipped with the 280HP 3.5-liter V6 engine is $34,955. If you add the Technology Package that includes a navigation system, a premium audio system, keyless entry with push-button ignition and interior upgrades, the price rises to $38,685. -Continued

The more powerful all-wheel drive TL SH-AWD model that is equipped with a 305HP 3.7-liter V6 engine carries an MSRP of $38,505, while the TL SH-AWD with the Technology Package will cost you $42,235.

Acura TL 2009 SedanIn addition, the TL SH-AWD model with Technology Package is also available with bespoke 19-inch alloy wheels and high-performance summer tire package for an MSRP of $43,235. Have in mind that Acura will also charge you a destination and handling fee of $760 as it is not included in any price.

Standard features on all TL models include a power moonroof, dual-zone adaptive climate control, 10-way adjustable (8-way power seat with 2-way power lumbar support) driver seat, 8-way adjustable power front passenger seat and steering-wheel-mounted F1-style paddle shifters for the Sequential SportShift automatic transmission. In addition, an 8-speaker 276-watt audio system with 6-disc CD changer, AM/FM radio, XM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth Audio, USB port and AUX jack connectivity and HandsFreeLink wireless telephone interface are standard.

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