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2003 Acura CL 3.2 Type-S

2003 Acura CL in Forza Motorsport, Racing, 2005

Class: Cars, Coupé — Origin: US

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2003 Acura CL 3.2 Type-S

Picture provided by : GroupB

2003 Acura CL 3.2 Type-S

Picture provided by : GroupB

Comments about this vehicle

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ShantJ US (9)

2010-06-23 22:22

It's simply 3.2, not 3.2l

Ritsu Tainaka US (8)

2012-08-28 11:33

This car needs to be a comeback to Forza 5!

BeanBandit FI (1)

2012-08-28 12:40

And Camry Solara, too.

ShantJ US (9)

2012-08-28 16:52

Absolutely.

We don't have any of the big FWD cars in the game.

NS3730 HK (7)

2014-01-15 16:23

This car is made in USA

Rinspeed FR (1253)

2014-01-15 17:25

NS3730 wrote This car is made in USA

and? the origin is always japan

carcrasher88 US (23)

2014-01-15 17:33

Honestly, I think I agree with NS3730.

The CL was only ever sold in Canada and the US, and was built exclusively in the US.

If a Toyota Sienna (US built and only sold in North America) can get a US origin on IMCDb, then this can get a US origin here.

-- Last edit: 2014-01-15 17:33:28

Ford78 PT (13)

2014-01-15 17:50

Rinspeed wrote
and? the origin is always japan

Sorry Rinspeed but NS3730 is right.

Desscythe17 TK (3)

2014-01-15 20:06

carcrasher88 wrote Honestly, I think I agree with NS3730.

The CL was only ever sold in Canada and the US, and was built exclusively in the US.

If a Toyota Sienna (US built and only sold in North America) can get a US origin on IMCDb, then this can get a US origin here.

Under the skin it's completely Japanese though, so you probably want to change that Sienna to Japanese origin.

Ragref US (1)

2014-01-16 08:33

Desscythe17 wrote
Under the skin it's completely Japanese though, so you probably want to change that Sienna to Japanese origin.

With your logic, the Ford Focus should change its origin to Germany to USA because "under the skin" it's from America.

ItsaUserName EN (69)

2014-01-16 08:41

There was a massive argument about the Chrysler Crossfire here once, because it happened to use parts from an SLK.

ND4SPD Racer SG (21)

2014-01-16 11:35

Imcdb has a "bulit in" section. The Acura CL is listed as origin: Japan and built in: USA. Maybe that could be implemented to igcd too.

PikesPeak TH (14)

2014-01-16 11:43

I agree with the "built in" function....

Desscythe17 TK (3)

2014-01-16 17:34

Ragref wrote
With your logic, the Ford Focus should change its origin to Germany to USA because "under the skin" it's from America.

The Focus is a difficult one, we had that argument before on webcarstory. It's a global car and not really either American or German.

Ridgeline562 EN (0)

2017-06-03 13:33

Desscythe17 wrote
Under the skin it's completely Japanese though, so you probably want to change that Sienna to Japanese origin.


By your logic, the Chrysler Crossfire should change its origin from USA to Germany because under the skin it's German.

carcrasher88 US (23)

2017-06-03 14:36

Sienna is an American designed and manufactured vehicle, so it's still of American origin.

I will agree that the Crossfire should be of German origin, not only is it based on a Mercedes-Benz, it was built in Germany by Karmann (yes, same Karmann involved with the VW Karmann Ghia).

The CL should still be American origin because it was built in the US, likely designed in the US, and not offered anywhere other than the US and Canada (as far as I know).

Ridgeline562 EN (0)

2017-06-14 22:43

carcrasher88 wrote Sienna is an American designed and manufactured vehicle, so it's still of American origin.

I will agree that the Crossfire should be of German origin, not only is it based on a Mercedes-Benz, it was built in Germany by Karmann (yes, same Karmann involved with the VW Karmann Ghia).

The CL should still be American origin because it was built in the US, likely designed in the US, and not offered anywhere other than the US and Canada (as far as I know).


As far as I know, Chrysler is an American company, despite the Crossfire being based on an MB and being built in Germany, thus the Crossfire is American.

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