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Acura Announces Pricing for 2003 3.2 CL Luxury Performance Coupe

March 7, 2002

Acura on March 7 announced pricing for the 2003 3.2 CL luxury performance coupe. The 3.2 CL comes in two models; the 3.2 CL, priced at $28,200, and the high-performance CL Type-S, priced at $30,550 and now available with an all-new, close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission.The only factory option available is the Acura Satellite-Linked Navigation System, priced at $2,150.2003 prices reflect a 0.7 percent increase compared to last year based on a sales-weighted average, according to Acura.Both CL models go on sale March 14 at Acura dealers nationwide.The 2003 3.2 CL features a 225 horsepower V-6 engine with 5-speed Sequential SportShift(TM) automatic transmission, independent front and rear double-wishbone suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes.The 260 horsepower CL Type-S comes with either a 5-speed Sequential SportShift automatic transmission or the new 6-speed manual transmission. The CL Type-S with automatic transmission features Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) to further enhance its performance capabilities while manual transmission models employ an all-new limited slip differential.All 2003 CL models receive styling enhancements including a redesigned front fascia, new taillights and larger exhaust finishers. CL models equipped with the optional Acura Satellite-Linked Navigation System now include the OnStar(R) in-vehicle communications service as standard equipment.
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