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Does anyone know when the 2016 TLX will actually be available? Also, does anyone know if it will have the HDD memory storage? I have grown so accustomed to HDD in my current TL that I don't think I would buy a car without it. Thanks.
 

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I would think based on when the 2015s were released that the 2016s will come out early fall.

The 2015s have the hard drive storage. I can't see them taking it out for the 16's but that's just a guess. I haven't seen any specs at all for the 16s.
 

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Welcome to the Forum!

Hi,
Does anyone know when the 2016 TLX will actually be available? Also, does anyone know if it will have the HDD memory storage? I have grown so accustomed to HDD in my current TL that I don't think I would buy a car without it. Thanks.
Welcome to the Forum! Glad to see your first post.

Please tell us about yourself and your desires for a 2016 TLX. :)

Personally, I am holding out for a 2018 TLX. :D
 

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The envelope please: (tear opens the envelope) "What will be the next model year for the TLX"
 

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Acura / Honda usually doesn't make changes for the second model year (the exceptions, most notably the 2013 Civic, are when the first model year receives poor reviews).

This said, as andre states a media drive is part of the 2015's Technology Package (with nav, etc.).
 

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I have heard September/October as release dates for the 2016. It was a delayed launch last year and if that hadn't happened we would be seeing them about now!!

Tech packages and above come with the hard drive standard. None of the other 2016 models got the hard drive on the base packages so doubt that will be any different for the 2016 TLX.
 

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Just wish it was an SSD instead of a HDD.
Good point, but I thought the HDD is really a USB type memory. :)

Although I haven't found proof, but seems like a non-moving component drive would handle better in a car.
 
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