2014 Acura TL Compared To The 2013 Infiniti G37 Journey

The 2014 Acura TL has a lot going for it, but before you decide on the right car for your needs, you’ll need to compare a few options. Many people take a close look at the 2013 Infiniti G Sedan 37 Journey to see how it stacks up to the newest TL. Let’s take a look.

Fuel Economy

Of course one of the first factors to carefully consider is the price to purchase the vehicle. While your bottom line will vary based on which add-ons you choose and which dealer discounts you’re able to take advantage of, one thing is for sure: the 2014 Acura TL has a lower sticker price than the Infiniti. In fact, there’s even more good news – the gas mileage on the TL is also considerably higher, which means it’s cheaper to drive in the long run as well.

Comfort and Convenience Features

The 2014 Acura TL is loaded with comfort and convenience features, including automatic climate control, power features, power-adjustable seats, memory features for headlights and front seats, power-operated moonroof, stereo controls mounted to the steering wheel, cruise control, tilting and telescoping steering wheel, leather wrapped steering wheel, and an exceptional stereo complete with satellite radio, an Mp3 player jack, and six-disc CD changer.

The Infiniti has some of these features, but many of them are not standard and require an upgraded to a higher trim or can be purchased only as add-ons. For example, it does not have nearly as many memory adjustable features, the moonroof is optional, there is no Mp3 player jack, even as an upgrade, and it does not have the perimeter lighting activated via remote that’s standard on the 2014 Acura TL.

These are only a few categories you can use to compare these two vehicles. No matter which metrics you choose to focus on, it doesn’t take a ton of research to see that the Acura is more affordable, has more standard features, and is an exceptional car all around.

“Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only), and other factors.”

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