The sharply creased Acura TSX is something like the Swiss Army Knife among smaller, near-luxury sedans, and now among wagons,...
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No, I would not recommend this
Why is the wagon the default car? Is that the cheapest? Surely it's not the most common. I personally don't mind wagons but many people think they are awkward and uncool.
The TSX is overstyled in my opinion. My neighbor just bought one, and while it's nice inside, I'd go do for a VW Passat which is much more understated.
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
You can get this Acura in a sedan or wagon style, as it seems wagon styles were popular in 2011 and sold more for families.
The appearance of this model seems high tech, but has a European feel. It's definitely large enough for a family and seats 5 comfortably with storage in the back for groceries, etc.
TSX's V-6 adds some torque. The 201-hp four-cylinder is more than capable for a car of its size and weight.
The Acura does come equipped with a USB port, Bluetooth, XM, and leather seating with heated and powered front seats. A standard backup camera is also available as an option.
Safety rating is an 8. Most Standard features include dual front, side and curtain airbags, as well as anti-lock brakes, stability traction control, and active headrests.
The Acura TSX's fuel economy is based on body style and drivetrain. The 2011 Sport Wagon rates highly at 22/30 mpg; the sedan earns ratings of 20/28 mpg for the four-cylinder manual, while the automatic boasts 21/30 mpg.
The 2011 Acura TSX offers a sophisticated navigation system with an LED backlit eight-inch screen. The V6 models start around $36,000 and top out close to $40,000 when loaded.