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2001 Acura CL OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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John
John
Miramar, Florida
4.0
I loved my 2001 Acura so much.
After wreaking my '99 Prelude in April, I didn't know what to buy! After doing a little research, I found a blue '01 CL-S at a Chevy dealership...(yep, Chevy)...and for a great price too!! The car only had 8,800 miles on it. The test drive was awesome. I fell in love with the car as soon as I sat in it! The dealership said some guy traded it in for a Corvette (feel sorry for him). All I can say is that I'm glad that he did! I'm not crazy about Corvettes. But my Acura, now that's a different story!!
Shawn
Shawn
Winter Park, Florida
5.0
My experience about Acura-CL.
Aesthetically it is terrible. The clear coat is really thin, so the paint fades in spots and on the edges. The fake "wood" trim peels off everywhere in the interior. The interior hardware is really sturdy other than the trim and the cover for the front cup holders. The transmission had issues with the torque converter which was a recall, but Honda took care of that. The transmission slipped rarely for a few years after that but works OK seven years later. The engine is a diamond. It won't die on me, even though I wanted it to so the wife would let me get a new car. I really don't treat the engine the respect it deserves. The O2 sensors quit on me eight years ago, and I use nothing but regular gas. Oil change three to four times a year with regular oil. The car runs rich due to my negligence but passes emissions every time. I get between 16.8 and 17.2 mpg city driving. My assessment...the car is like a pair of old work boots that gets uglier in time but won't wear out. It's dependable.