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For those seeking a merger of luxury and sporting performance, it would be best to consider the all-new 2014 Acura TSX Sedan and Sport Wagon. The five-passenger TSX model lineup carries over for 2014, with the base 4-cylinder TSX Sedan – featuring a Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission – at a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $30,635.
For added features, one could avail of Acura’s Technology Package. The TSX Special Edition Sedan features either a 6-speed manual transmission or a Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission. It also features an ebony interior with red stitching, red instrument illumination and other upgrades. The TSX V-6 with Technology Package tops the sedan lineup.
On the sports wagon side, the TSX is powered by the same engine that runs the sedan, mated to Sequential SportShift automatic transmission. It comes with a MSRP of $31,985. The Technology Package is the only available upgrade for the TSX Sport Wagon.Read the entire article 2014 Acura TSX Sedan and Sports Wagon mix luxury and performance
Acura continues to offer a sweet deal for sporting enthusiasts, thanks to the all-new 2014 Acura TSX Sedan and Sport Wagon that boast of comfortable room for five passengers while bearing a compact exterior.
The MY2014 Acura TSX starts with the four-cylinder TSX Sedan (manufacturer's suggested retail price of $30,635), featuring a Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission and an available Technology Package.
On the other hand, the TSX Special Edition Sedan comes with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission. It features an ebony interior with red stitching and red instrument illumination.Read the entire article 2014 Acura TSX Sport Wagon has starting price of $31,9851
According to the latest reports, it appears that Acura TSX has an uncertain future as Honda is preparing to abandon the platform used for the compact sedan. Acura boss, Jeff Conrad, said that the TSX will remain in the lineup for the foreseeable future. Apparently, the problem is that when it introduced the ILX last year, Acura managed to jam its sedan lineup because the new car and the TSX are positioned too close to each other.
Moreover, the TSX is also too close from the TL, while the RLX did manage to grow slightly and distance itself but not by much. The Acura TSX uses the old Honda Accord platform used also in Japan and Europe, while the new Accord that made its debut in the United States uses a new global platform. Moreover, according to Autocar, due to poor sales of the Honda Accord in Europe, the Japanese manufacturer will not keep the old platform.
That makes the TSX a car without a donor platform. Furthermore, Acura is also planning to redesign the TL for a 2014 launch and according to Automotive News the new vehicle will be smaller in order to make room for the flagship RLX. Currently, the Acura TL is company’s best-selling car, while the ILX has didn’t manage to overtake the old TSX. A redesigned 2014 TSX is expected to arrive in September.Read the entire article Acura TSX has an uncertain future as Honda will abandon the old platform
Acura’s TSX Special Edition has an MSRP of $30,810 (inclusive of the $885 destination charge) – costing $1000 higher than the base model 2012 TSX. The other Acura TSX models are priced $200 higher. Acura said that the TSX Special Edition took its inspiration from the “fun-to-drive four-cylinder Acuras of the past.”
The borrowed elements include the distinctive cosmetic touches for its interior and exterior, such as a body kit, a set of 17-inch wheels with gray accents, and SE badging. For the interior, its seats have been given perforated suede accents with red backing.
Red is seen as well on the contrast stitching and ambient lighting. In addition, the Special Edition model would be the only 2012 TSX offered with the six-speed manual transmission. Acura offers the five-speed automatic as an option but at no added cost. The TSX SE is available in sedan form and with the 2.4-liter, 201-hp, four-cylinder engine.Read the entire article 2012 Acura TSX sports sedan and Sport Wagon get a price bump
Acura announced that a new version of the TSX sports sedan for the 2012 model year is now available. Acura, which is presently celebrating its 25th anniversary, designed the TSX Special Edition to be reminiscent of the enjoyable 4-cylinder Acuras in the past. The TSX Special Edition will be sportier due to multiple exterior and interior improvements for Acura's entry-level sedan.
Jeff Conrad, vice president of Acura sales, said that the Acura TSX has earned a reputation for having high-revving 4-cylinder engines and a sporty driving nature.
Conrad said that the addition of this new Special Edition makes the TSX “even more youthful and sporty in character, furthering its appeal to performance-minded buyers."Read the entire article Acura unveils 2012 TSX Special Edition
The wide-ranging appeal of the 2011 Acura TSX sport wagon cannot be denied. If automotive journalists were to recommend a single vehicle for America that would satisfy the most people, it would probably be a diesel sport wagon with a manual gearbox. But then, not many Americans like diesels and wagons so this suggestion may not actually be that well-accepted. Honda Motor Co. said that its best bet is its 2011 TSX sport wagon.
That’s because it isn’t a diesel and it doesn’t have a stick shift but it is also a luxurious wagon utility that has a new grille. This wagon is sporty enough and it can rival the German Avants and American Cadillac CTS wagons. But with a starting price of $31,000, the 2011 Acura TSX sport wagon is far more attractive.
The TSX sedan adds four inches to the body and it replaces its fuel-efficient 2.4-liter DOHC with variable valve timing I-4 under the hood. The engine has an output of 201hp and 172 pound-feet of torque to make it race past the highway but then its rivals have more power as they use six and eight cylinders.Read the entire article 2011 Acura TSX sport wagon might be the perfect choice for you
The production version of the 2012 Honda Civic is mostly unchanged from the two concepts (the Si Coupe and a 4-door sedan) of the model that were unveiled at the recently held Detroit Auto Show, according to a report from the Temple of VTEC. The report added that the next generation Civic Si will be available with a nearly-identical powerplant to the one that powers the much larger Acura TSX.
Honda has yet to announce the official power rating but it is known that the K24 engine develops 201hp in the TSX.
This means that the Civic Si is expected to have between 200 and 210 hp. This actually isn’t an impressive improvement over the 197 hp delivered by the current Si’s 2.0-liter four-cylinder; however, the new unit will provide a greater torque.Read the entire article 2012 Honda Civic to share powerplant with Acura TSX
Acura is offering a wagon version of the TSX sedan for 2011. Wagons actually have a very small share of the near-luxury segment in the U.S. and not many automakers produce them. According to Steve Center, American Honda Motor Co.'s chief marketing officer, the wagon is an alternative to SUVs but “without the girth or the stigma and with all the utility.”
Basically, the wagon is a sheet metal extension of the sedan. It has the same hard points as the sedan and even the seating locations are identical.
Because of this, the extension goes entirely into the cargo area. Notably, the TSX gives up four inches of wheelbase to the Audi A4 Avant wagon, but the Acura is four inches longer overall.Read the entire article Acura will join the fight on the market with wagon version of the TSX sedan
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.Read the entire article Pricing details for 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon announced
The refreshed 2011 Acura TSX sedan made its debut today at the 2010 LA Auto Show, and promises to offer plenty of upgrades in order to remain a top choice in its class. Let’s start with the exterior design.
According to Acura, the 2011 model year TSX sedan comes with a a new front fascia, revised chin spoiler, new fog light garnish assembly and an updated grill. Furthermore, the car features new underbody panels to improve aerodynamics, while the rear end is fitted with revised taillights and an updated rear license plate garnish.
17-inch 5-spoke aluminum wheels are offered as standard for the model fitted with the 2.4L 4-cylinder engine, while the 18-inch 5-spoke aluminum wheels remain standard for the 3.5L V-6 model.Read the entire article 2011 Acura TSX: official details, photos, specs and price
Acura's new V6-powered version of its TSX sports sedan is finally ready to go sale as part of the updated 2010 lineup. Unveiled at last February's Chicago Auto Show, the midsize sedan picks up Acura's familiar 3.5L V6 from its TL and RL siblings, which in the TSX is rated at 280hp (209kW).
To handle the extra power, the car has been updated with stiffer suspension and new control setting for Acura's Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission with F1-style paddle shifters. The V6 TSX also sports unique five-spoke 18in aluminum wheels shod with Michelin Pilot all-season tires.
In addition to larger wheels, the V6 TSX is further distinguished from the four-cylinder variant with the use of a slightly revised front fascia and V6 badging.Read the entire article V6-powered version of Acura TSX ready to go on sale
Dealers have doubts about Acura ever reaching Tier 1 luxury status after officials reported a sales plunge and a decision to cancel rear-drive V-8 vehicles. At the make meeting, Acura officials tried to talk dealers into agreeing that the new plan, which is reliant on hybrids, would succeed.
Dealers would have to wait at least a year for the hybrids to arrive. While they wait, Acura is giving dealers more incentives and higher marketing funds in order to drive traffic.
Jim Smail, president of Smail Auto Group in Greensburg, Pa., expressed his eagerness for Acura to start a sales event in April that will run through July. Each region will have lease and loan incentives that will be tailored for them.Read the entire article Breaking: Acura considering a small car below the TSX
Previously announced, the all-new 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon made its debut today at the New York Auto Show. The new 2011 TSX Sport Wagon is the perfect car for those folks with a growing family or who have an active lifestyle and promises to offer a comfortable and spacious cabin with seating for up to five adults.
Clearly inspired by the 2010 Honda Accord Sport Wagon, the car features a chiseled, muscular body and sloping roofline and the design is completed by the 17-inch, 5-spoke aluminium wheels.
Powering the new car is the 2.4-liter, DOHC i-VTEC, inline four-cylinder engine mated to a Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission fit with steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters.Read the entire article 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon breaks cover in New York
Scheduled to be available for sale in the middle of 2009, Honda’s luxury arm Acura has introduced its V6-powered variant of the Acura TSX sports sedan at the 2009 Chicago Auto Show. This version of the Acura TSX comes powered with the 3.5-liter V6 unit derived from the TL and RL which is tuned to deliver up to 280 hp (209 kW) of max motive power.
A stiffer suspension has been installed on the new 2010 Acura TSX V6 to compensate for the additional power yield together with new control setting for Acura's Sequential SportsShift 6-speed automatic with paddle shifters derived from the Formula One.
The wheels, which are wrapped with Michelin Pilot all-season rubber, are 18-inch aluminum. Besides bigger wheels, the 2010 Acura TSX V6 is made distinct from its 4-cylinder version by a slightly modified front face and V6 marking.Read the entire article Chicago Auto Show: 2010 Acura TSX V6
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has named the all-new 2009 Acura TSX sports sedan as a Top Safety Pick. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also gave the TSX five-Star safety ratings in all governmental crash tests it was subjected to.
Dick Colliver, executive vice president of sales at Acura, remarked that passenger safety is “paramount” throughout the entire design process on every vehicle they build. He added that the Acura 2009 TSX combines strong power, excellent handling and compelling design.
NHTSA awarded the Acura TSX with 5-Star ratings in NCAP frontal crash, SINCAP side crash and Rollover Resistance tests. IIHS, meanwhile, gave the TSX a GOOD rating in Frontal Offset, Side Impact and Rear Crash Protection tests.Read the entire article 2009 Acura TSX gains top safety ratings from NHTSA and IIHS
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