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Old 03-27-2013, 02:42 AM
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They're definitely uncommon in some areas. Another reason why one might not see one from time to time is probably because the car itself is 6-7 years old. But that didn't stop me from getting mine. I love the way the car looks which is why I chose it.

It probably doesn't help that the 3 series, C Class, IS, run rampant in my area. I wanted something different and I think the TL-S does a fine job doing that.

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Old 03-27-2013, 10:41 AM
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In my college area, there are already 2 TL-S. And one on the next block where I live.
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Type-S is not that rare BUT the Type S 6MTs are.
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^^^ This.....
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Originally Posted by Koomoo View Post
Type-S is not that rare BUT the Type S 6MTs are.
oh really?




inside that CBP






I always see a MT TL-S every time I go to local Acura dealer.

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Old 04-03-2013, 08:12 PM
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Yeah i hear that^^^

My turn... So if the MT TL-S's are so rare then explain this. Yes they are both MT's and at the time of this photo they were both mine :-) ones an 07 and the other an 08. bad ass! Since I know some will ask me to explain why I have two identical TL-S's, its because I bought one and it had an issue that myself or the dealers could not figure out. It had a weird surge feeling during acceleration that drove me nuts. It was minor, but I knew it was there. Since no one could figure it out I sold it and bought another haha.




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^^Damn clean NBP TL-S!
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Been looking for a TL for a few months in St. Louis. Found plenty type s but only 3 manuals.
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as far as a mainstream car, they're fairly rare.

07+ G35/G37S 6MT sedans are more commonly found. Any TL with a manual is relatively rare. there are a ton more of 5ATs within a 100 mi radius and only a handful of 6MTs. Then there's the consideration of whether or not they're fit to buy.

There is currently only one TL-S in a 200mi radius from me with a 6MT on the trader. 13 04-08 manual TLs inlc. the aforementioned vs. 158 04-08 5ATs.

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Old 04-04-2013, 01:16 AM
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ran out of edit time, but lets do it again at 500 miles. only 3 TL-S 6MTs including the one mentioned above.

you might live by a handful but keep expanding your area and it doesnt increase by much, at least in fairly dense socal.

"Any Distance" pulls up 15 TL-S at what i would assume is nation wide. Seeing a few in a small area doesnt really mean they're common. I live in a fairly upper end area and see more GT-Rs and Audi R8s than I do TL-S. There's 225 Used Audi R8s "Any Distance" from LA. 181 used GT-Rs.

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Originally Posted by TheChamp531 View Post
It all depends on the area. In Texas, they're a lot. On the other hand, in some places, you'll be lucky to see one in months.
On auto trader right now there’s only around 6 for sale with mt. Searching the whole United States.
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