Acura Prices 2012 TSX Starting at $30,695

By Jacob Brown | September 16, 2011
We’ve noticed a trend of automakers largely sticking with their 2011 prices for 2012 models, but Acura has chosen to price its TSX sports sedan and wagon lineup a modest $200 higher than last year’s models. With a base price of $30,695, including $885 for destination and handling, the TSX four-cylinder model with an automatic transmission represents the leadoff hitter in the brand’s small-car lineup. Where last year’s base model came with the six-speed manual transmission as an option, it’s only available on this year’s TSX Special Edition sedan, which starts at $31,695. Coming with exclusive 17-inch wheels finished in a dark gray metallic color and an exclusive front and rear aero kit, the TSX Special Edition packs the most sport into the TSX. Also available as a no-cost option is a five-speed automatic. The Technology Package-equipped four-cylinder models add an additional $1100 to the TSX’s bottom line.
Stepping up to a base V-6 model, which comes equipped with a 280-horsepower 3.5-liter engine, will cost $36,235 this year, with Technology Package models costing an additional $3100. Sport Wagon models, which only come with the same 201-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine as the sedan, start at $32,045. To step up to the Technology Package in the wagon will set buyers back an additional $3650. The 2012 TSX models arrive at dealerships today with the exception of the Special Edition models that will go on sale at the end of September. Source: Acura
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ibu@acura Dealer

The price only got up 200$ from the price of last year Acura.It isn't that expensive.Cause the last year price was reliable and it was considerable.So 200$ isnt a lot of money.