Acura TSX 2012

Monday, March 28, 2011

  Even in the 4-cylinder grade, the Acura TSX is a big Euro competitor. Its configuration stems from the Honda Accord. Smaller than the Accord, the TSX cannot be misidentified as an Accord sold in the United States. The TSX hosts an attractive frontend, loads of gadgetry, and advantageous features thereby making it a desirable car. The Acura TSX hosts a 2.4-Liter Inline Four motor churning out 201 horsepower. Car buyers can also get a 3.5-Liter V-6 engine generating 280 horsepower. The TSX remains ahead of the pack in the sedan segment, and competes with the Audi A4 and BMW's 328i. Soon, the carmaker will offer a competitive wagon-style configuration; this will let the TSX take the lead when competing with German vehicles in the car segment.The TSX is making headway as it competes with German and Japan cars powered by a V-6 engine coupled with rear-drive features. What the TSX lacks in driving power and speed, it makes up for in driving manners. The TSX will have improved appeal when the wagon configuration is introduced for