Non-Classic Car Design Longevity

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  1. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    There has only been one facelift to the current generation TL, which bowed for 2012 and replaced the 5-speed slushbox with a 6-speed.
     
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    My bad! Maybe I was just hoping that they'd do a few facelifts??? :eek:

    I've had the flu for the last week and my mind is still kinda foggy. What I'm pretty sure I was thinking about was that the TSX got a facelift for 2011 even though it was the best looking of the bunch and didn't desperately need it. But they put off trying to fixi the TL's beak and freakish rear-end untill 2012, even though the TL and TSX were both introduced in 2009. Even then the 2012 changes could only do so much and it still wasn't/isn't attractive from most angles, in my opinion. And that's from a former owner of a 1994 Legend and a 2003 TL Type-S....and I almost bought a 2008 (1st-gen) TSX.
     
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