Acura CL is a mid-size coupe manufactured between 1996 and 2003, which replaced Acura Legend Coupe. This car was developed on the basis Acura TL and Honda Accord Coupe. In the lineup of the Japanese manufacturer, Acura CL took place between the small Integra/RSX and the sports NSX.
Acura CL engines are almost the same as those used for Honda Accord Coupe, but their choice is somewhat narrow.
First generation Acura CL was fitted with not too powerful inline 4-cylinder F22B and F23A engines. In top models, 200 HP V6 J30A engines were used.
At the beginning of 2000, the second generation of Acura CL was launched, and these cars were fitted with 3.2-liter V6 J32A engines. For Acura CL, this engine had two versions: the regular J32A1 and the more powerful J32A2.
You can get acquainted with these engines by selecting your Acura CL model. We will tell you everything about their specifications, problems and their reasons, what engine oil is recommended for your engine, and the recommended replacement interval, expected service life, how much extra horsepower you can get, and what you have to do for this purpose.