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Old 10-17-2017, 07:26 AM   #1
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Default J32A3 vs J35Z3

I'm in the market for a car and I'm tryna get the most of my $.

The TL 3G is one of my favourites so is the 8th Gen Accord Coupe.

I'm searching for a 2004-2006 TL with a 6 Speed or a 2008-2012 Accord Coupe with a 6 Speed (V6).

Generally, the price is about the same for a TL and Accord Coupe 6-6.

As far as I know, the early TL's are paired with a J32A3 and the Accord Coupe with its 6-6 configuration has a J35Z3.

In terms of Engines, The J32A3 can put out 258hp while the J35Z3 can put out 271 hp. I believe VTEC is only on the intake side for these engines.

One other thing is MPG is somewhat similar to each other however the J35Z3 can run regular out the factory.

Which one would be the better buy? That's my research done and I'm betting buying the accord would be the better buy.
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