Acura TL Tires




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What does the 'TL' in Acura TL stand for? Touring Luxury - an acronym that says everything you need to know about this mid-sized sedan from Honda's luxury brand. The Acura TL made its debut in 1996, and has been setting standards ever since, creating a reputation for their outstanding blend of sport and luxury. The Acura TL won ConsumerSearch's 2006 awards for "Best Sports Sedan with Luxury Touches" and "Best Blend of Sports and Luxury." In 2014 Acura announced that the TL was being replaced with the Acura TLX.

1010TIRES.COM knows that to achieve the most from your Acura TL, you will need to equip your vehicle with the right set of tires. Try out the highly rated Michelin Pilot Sport AS tire or the Pirelli Cinturato P7 performance tire.

Pair your luxury sedan with a set of performance tires. Check 1010TIRES.COM's unbiased reviews for summer tires, all-season tires and winter tires. You can also do your own research and use the Uniform Tire Quality Grading (UTQG) system to evaluate the quality of the tire and to ensure that your tires are highly rated for treadwear, traction and temperature. The treadwear rating can be used to compare tires. A tire rated 150 will last half as long as a tire with a rating of 300. This number does not guarantee the life of your tire. The life of your tire will be affected by factors like how you drive, how well you maintain your vehicle, weather, etc. The traction ratings, from highest to lowest, are AA, A, B, and C. These indicate a tire's ability to stop in a straight line on wet pavement. C ratings meet the government's minimum requirements for traction. Last, the temperature rating indicates the tire's ability to sustain high temperatures, which often cause tires to wear away quickly or even lead to tire failure. This rating indicates a tire's ability to run at high speeds. Tires are rated with A, B, or C for temperature rating, with A being the highest possible rating. Tires with an A rating withstand at least 114 mph, B 99 mph, and C 85mph.