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What brand of tires does Acura use?

Michelin® offers the best tires for Acura to meet your safety and performance needs for every season and function. Simply continue entering your vehicle’s details above and the explore Michelin’s complete offering of Acura tires.


How long can a 2004 Acura TL last?

On average, an Acura TL lasts between 240.000 – 270.000 miles. A TL needs to go to the garage for unscheduled repairs about 0.36 times per year, with a 9% chance of severe problems. Furthermore, TL owners spend an average of $467 per year on repair costs.


What type of gas does 2004 Acura TL use?

Here’s a quick answer: Acura TL’s built between 1996-2014 with a 3.5L V6 engine are designed to use premium unleaded gasoline with an octane of 91 or higher. It can also use unleaded gasoline with an octane of 87, but the TL can only use this for a short period of time.


How much does a Acura tire cost?

Natural Acura tires are priced between $150 – $350 per tire, however, High-performance tires can cost anywhere between well over $500. You won’t typcailly need lavish tires, but you can call one of our Acura trained advisors to learn more about the value of definite tires for your vehicle.


Does my Acura TL really need premium gas?

While your luxury vehicle can run on lower-octane, or regular, gas without causing any damage to the engine, premium gasoline lets you experience the ultimate in performance behind the wheel. Acura vehicles in particular are created with high performance in mind.

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What happens if you exceed tire speed rating?

What happens if you exceed your tire’s speed rating? If you drive faster than the rated speed for your tires you are risking damage to the tires that could cause safety and performance problems down the road.


Can I put a higher speed rated tire on my car?

Just remember, never mix and match tires with different speed ratings on your vehicle. This will cause major problems with the handling of your vehicle. If tires of different speed ratings are mounted on a vehicle, the lower speed-rated tires should be placed on the front axle, regardless of which axle is driven.


What does the T or H mean on tires?

So, what does the T or H mean on tires? The “T” or “H” on tires pertain to their speed ratings. A T-rated tire can withstand top speeds of up to 118 mph (190 km/h), while an H-rated tire can support up to 130 mph (210 km/h). It is important to note these markings and stay within those speed limits.


How long will a 2008 Acura TL last?

The Acura can easily go another 50k miles *IF* it was reasonably well maintained with regular oil changes and other maintenance as required. As to whether you should buy it, that is difficult to say.


How often should you change transmission fluid?

If you drive manual, most manufacturers will recommend changing your transmission fluid every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. If you have automatic, you can typically boost that range up to 60,000 to 100,000 miles. There’s no harm in changing your fluid early.

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