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Acura Tsx Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Acura Tsx. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Acura Tsx.
When Acura pulled the plug on its Integra small car in 2001, it obviously left a gap that needed to be filled. The TSX was introduced two years later and was produced until 2014, spanning two production cycles. It functioned as an entry-level car for those who wanted a luxury sedan at a relatively affordable price point.
Potent PowertrainFrom the 2010 model year onward, the Acura TSX offered a 3.5-liter V6 engine as a larger and more powerful alternative to the standard 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder (I4) engine that had been around from the beginning. With an output of 280 horsepower and 254 pound-foot of torque, the V6 has enough to get the TSX into traffic and switch lanes quickly and effectively.
Balanced HandlingAcura combines a MacPherson strut front suspension and a multi-link rear suspension to soak up bumps and dips on the road. The suspension is combined with electric speed-proportional power steering to ensure controlled body motions through turns. Overall, the Acura TSX feels quick and light, regardless of powertrain configuration.
Excellent Sound QualityThere's no need to upgrade on the Acura TSX to get a remarkable infotainment package. The second-generation model, which was introduced for the 2010 model year, introduced a 10-speaker 415-watt ELS surround-sound audio system. The sound produced from this system is crisp and clear, and it is typically bundled with other components such as Bluetooth wireless technology for hands-free phone calling and audio streaming and a USB port for hooking up mobile devices to play media from them.
Base EngineThe base 2.4-liter I4 engine is commendable for ensuring good gas mileage on a luxury car like the Acura TSX. However, it is not ideal for acceleration. Getting from 0 to 60 mph or merging into traffic can be sluggish, and the engine can get very noisy. Thankfully, Acura recognized this deficiency by providing the V6 engine for better acceleration ability.
Rear SeatingThe Acura TSX provides two rows of seats to accommodate up to five people. While the front seats are commended for being roomy and supportive, the same can't be said for the rear seats. The legroom is not sufficient to make taller or adult passengers comfortable, especially during longer trips.
Braking PerformanceAll model years of the Acura TSX have disc brakes on all wheels. Consequently, the vehicle comes to a complete stop upon pressing the brake pad much faster than if it had a front-disc, rear-drum layout like some other vehicles. However, compared to other vehicles in its class, the TSX is less responsive. For instance, in an Edmunds.com brake test of the 2014 model against other entry-level luxury sedans, the TSX had a braking distance that was 10 to 15 feet longer.
Acura TSX Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (29 Reviews)