The 2011 TSX Sport Wagon will go on sale within a few weeks and it has a starting price of $30,960 (excluding $860 for destination), according to Acura executives who spoke during the product briefing.
This makes it $1,350 more expensive than the slightly refreshed 2011 TSX sedan that made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The standard equipment for all TSX Sport Wagons includes a leather-trimmed interior, premium seven-speaker sound system, XM radio, USB audio with iPod integration, Bluetooth connectivity and a power moonroof.
If you’re willing to part with $3,650 more, you can get the TSX Technology Package, which adds sat-nav with voice recognition and rear-view camera, an ELS surround audio system, GPS-linked solar-sensing climate control and a power liftgate.
The Sport Wagon is only available with the TSX's 2.4-liter inline-four, partnered exclusively to a five-speed automatic transmission (a six-speed manual is offered on the sedan). The Sport Wagon delivers 201hp, which is certainly sufficient but we would have wanted Acura to offer the vehicle with the 280-hp V6 as well.