Acura TL Sales Data & Trends for the U.S Automotive Market

The TL replaced the Acura Vigor in 1995 and in its turn was replaced by the Acura TLX in 2014. See how Acura TL sales compare to the other models in the US Premium Midsize car segment.

The Acura TL arrived in 1996 as a midrange, front-wheel drive luxury sedan. Among with the RL, the TL naming was presented as Acura’s brand’s goal to define its line-up by letter designations rather than names. The first generation Acura TL offered four-cylinder and six-cylinder engine choices. Starting in 1999, a second generation Acura TL would be built on the same platform as the Honda Accord. For 2002, a sport-oriented Type-S version of the TL sedan was offered with a 286-horsepower engine. Following a 2004 redesign, the Type-S returned again in 2007.Super Handling All-Wheel Drive would be added as an option on the Acura TL starting in the 2009 model year. A 2015 model year TLX sedan replaced the TL as well as the TSX in the Acura line-up.

Below we have the sales figures for the Acura TL in the U.S automotive market. This data comes from the manufacturer directly. View the data tables of the total number of new Acura TL vehicles sold in the U.S. in a given month and year. This Acura TL sales data is a great way analyze the success of the model in the U.S market compared to its peers and competitors.

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Vehicle Sales Data & Charts

2015 88
2014 10.616
2013 24.318
2012 33.572
2011 31.237
2010 34.049
2009 33.620
2008 46.766
2007 58.545
2006 71.348
2005 78.218
2004 77.895
2003 56.770
2002 60.764
2001 69.484
2000 67.033
1999 56.566
1998 31.883
1997 23.151
1996 24.700
1995 16.539

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC