13 Facts About Acura TSX


Acura TSX is a compact executive car manufactured by Honda and sold through its Acura division from 2003 to 2014.

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Notably, the final generation of the Acura TSX would introduce a V6 option for 2010, and a wagon for 2011.

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Acura TSX was introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show as a production model.

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In 2006, the Acura TSX was updated with slight tweaks to the engine ; a sportier exterior styling featuring a slightly new front and rear treatment, standard side skirts, and standard, integral fog lights; and restyled wheels.

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K24A2 engine used in the Acura TSX was related to the engine in the Honda Accord, the Honda CR-V, and the Honda Element.

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The Acura TSX has an optional technology package, which includes a navigation system real-time traffic and weather, and a 10-speaker premium sound system with DVD-audio capabilities.

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New Acura TSX uses a base engine similar to that of the previous Acura TSX.

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The Acura TSX V6 is only available with the 5-speed automatic transmission.

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Acura TSX Sport Wagon is a badge-engineered version of CL-series Honda Accord Tourer station wagon.

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The Acura TSX Sportwagon is mechanically identical to the Acura TSX Sedan, sharing the 201-horsepower Honda K engine 2.

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Realtime Racing prepares a factory Acura TSX to compete in the SCCA Pro Racing World Challenge GTS class.

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The factory Acura TSX is refashioned to be stiffer and lighter, and includes motor work with raised compression, and a custom built sequential transmission.

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Acura TSX drivers finished in 3rd and 4th in the Drivers' Championship.

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