Acura TLX sales stopped over rollaway fears
According to Consumer Reports, the defect is being blamed on unnamed transmission components in the nine-speed-automatic transmissions, which were damaged during assembly. A representative from Acura confirmed to CR that a more complete statement would be coming once the case can be reviewed by NHTSA.
At this point, this case isn't a full recall, although it seems quite likely that's the direction it will take. Stay tuned for more.
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