I drove the new Acura TLX last week for something like six hours. Or at least I was inthe car for six hours; my driving partner drove half. Despite that, I can’t tell you a whole lot. It was bland, like dentist’s office bland, a new dentist’s office, mind you, with comfy chairs and good air-conditioning, but sitting in it still felt like waiting for an appointment. Up and down I went, through semi-tight turns and across bridges, over the hills of West Virginia and also regular Virginia, an entire afternoon of automotive Muzak.
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