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The result is immediate throttle response followed by a rapid acquisition of speed. That throttle is actually a drive-by-wire accelerator. The six-speed manual gearbox is notably sweet, smooth and quick. The alternative is a five-speed automatic with Sequential Sport Shift. The suspension dances to the tune of a European sports sedan. The brakes scrub off triple-digit speeds without drama and the pedals are set up well for effortless heel-and-toe braking and downshifting. For an enthusiast, the Acura TSX eliminates the lust for European-market cars.Read more...
That's one reason why the TSX SHOULD have a V6. (Cheaper and larger V6 Altimas are MUCH FASTER). The TSX is going to be MARKEDLY slower than an RSX-S because it has the same peak power (200), but is FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS HEAVIER. It is NOT a sub 7 second 0 - 60 car. A V6 LX Accord with the Automatic (240 HP, MUCH flatter power curve and a 5 speed auto) is faster (0-60 7.0/1/4 mile in 15.5 @ 92 per CAR AND DRIVER) than the TSX 6 speed! It's also cheaper. I recently drive an '03 EX V6 auto; it felt at LEAST as fast as those those claims.Read more...
The guy beat by the 4Runner has an AT, and didn't mention being in sport-shift mode. The MT TSX seems reasonably fast --- whether it's faster or slower than 7.2 0-60 doesn't keep me up at night, but it's definitely better than 8.0! A lot of cars will be better off-the-line (FWD? Non-sports car tires?), but once up to speed it seems decent. But yeah, I wouldn't buy the TSX for drag racing. (And street racing is a bad idea anyway.) Just enjoy the ride!Read more...
Originally posted by cambo when comparing the TSX to other cars in its class, ppl need to consider the standard stuff and the options of the other cars. The only option for the TSX is navi, which tacks on like $2 grand to the price. spoiler, lip kits, rims, and the like arent counted as options because they're more like accessories. The TSX is a great value for what you get and want in a luxury sport sedan.Read more...
My secret failing is that while I have some vague grasp of the two, and I know that they're related to each other and that more of both is moar bettar, I can't explain their relationship without lapsing into "uh...uh...uh..." talk. Wikipedia has lots of equations and shit, but I was an English major and the horsepower page leaves me even more confused. What I think I know: torque is a measure of the rotational force the engine puts out, while horsepower is a unit of work. More horsepower generally means a car has a higher top speed, while more torque generally means a car can accelerate faster. Unless we're talking about a big work diesel or something, where you'd have lower horsepower but higher torque in a narrower power band for pulling things. So, let's say we have three vehicles of identical size, shape, and weight, being driven on an identical track with identical conditions. Vehicle 1 generates 200 hp (measured by whatever measurement strikes your fancy) and 400 lb.ft. of torque at its powerband; vehicle 2 has 300 hp and 300 lb. ft. of torque; and vehicle 3 has 400 hp and 200 lb. ft. of torque. The engines of each of the three vehicles generate power along the same powerband--so, let's say that they'll redline at 7000 rpm, with peak power at 4000-6000 rpm, and they'll all be shifted by a robot driver who shifts at the identical RPM on all 3 vehicles, and I guess we should also assume all are identically-geared. We take our 3 vehicles and do three comparison races--one 0-100 kph run, one quarter-mile run, and one run to absolute top speed. What would be the relative rankings of each vehicle for each race? Would V1 hit 100 kph faster than V2 & 3, but V3 reach the highest top speed? Would V2 be in between both V1 & 3 on every run? Feel free to alter the thought experiment as appropriate, as I'm sure there are some vital parameters I've probably left outRead more...
, "On its standard 16-inch tires, the 128i convertible rides surprisingly well, easily soaking up smaller road blemishes and pavement heaves. It feels impressively stiff, with little cowl shake over bumps. At the other extreme, the 135i comes standard with a sport suspension and 18-inch tires, a combination that reacts much more sharply to bad pavement, yet never feels harsh." --Consumer Guide (2012),, "The lesson with the 135i DCT (and all BMWs with a dual-clutch automatic) is that there's now even less shame in paying more to get your Bimmer with one less pedal." --Read more...
The Subaru WRX STi that s the same price, has more kit, is quicker and has better handling. We own an Acura TSX (Honda Accord Euro) and despite Honda s supposedly brilliant track record of build quality, we ve had nothing but problems with it. While nothing s gone wrong with the engine or mechanicals, we only owned it for two months (brand new car) and it had already been back to the dealer that we bought it from 5 times, and none of those were for general servicing. Whereas our old 2005 Subaru Impreza WRX that we owned from 2007-2008 (used, 30,000kms on the clock) had only been into the workshop for general servicing and to fit the new ECU and exhaust system to give it a nice bark. Subaru Honda.Read more...
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm...... looking at the quick data here: "Zero to 100 mph: 13.5 sec Zero to 130 mph: 26.5 sec" Even though it's still slower than the Lexus IS350, 0-60 and quarter mile seem pretty good for an AWD TL 6MT. You can see the car starts to slow down pretty good after getting past 100 due to the nature of physics. AWD = power robbing train I still don't see me buying this car due to ugly styling. Plus I don't rely on Car & Driver much anyway. they are pretty darn biased site too, similar to edmunds.Read more...
-- Honda badge and all. We're not knocking the car; it really is quite good and has all the modern amenities we like in our luxury sports sedans. However, we still can't wrap our heads around the fact that Acura is asking $33,000 for a car that is essentially a 4-cylinder Honda sedan. Yet, if the rest of the world is fine with paying a slight premium for this luxury laden, sport-tuned ride, why aren't we?Read more...
Civic with a GSR/Type-R swap will walk on a TL in both the quartermile and 0-60 Civic with the RSX motor (k20z1/k20a2) will walk on a TL in both the quartermile and the 0-60. VTEC is variable valve timing...has nothing to do with s**t when compared to displacement. The TL is a 3.2L with a s**tload more torque than the 2.0L RSX or 1.8/1.6L civic.....so please..lets not talk about 40mph roll.... TL runs a 14.8 on the quarter...my brother had a b18b1-turbo @ 6psi run a 13.6 on street tires...yeah 6psi on a 1.8L motor...almost half the size of a TL motor. Ive seen k20a2 RSX motors in Civic EFs run high 12s/low 13s on a good tune all day. Look up YoSolo in jersey...tuned a stock usdm RSX k20 @ 235hp and dont even get started on the jdm k20a ITR/Mugen ITR motorRead more...
I have a 2008 Acura TSX with 42K miles on the clock and zero money owed (paid off last year). It's been through 3 minor fender benders (rear bumper replaced, front headlight backed into, left driver's door backed into and repainted), so the resale value is naturally shot. The car has been bulletproof reliable, so I have been considering tinkering with it and possibly supercharging it. Never done anything like this before, so I am curious if anyone else out there has any experience with supercharging the 2.4L K series motor and would be willing to share their experience.Read more...
But, as with most things, once manufacturers figured out that people like something, they figure that more is probably better. So we ve ended up with 400-horsepower (or more) machines that cost $50,000 (or way more) that can do 0-60 in four seconds. What happened to the original simple and affordable sports sedan? We found it at the Acura dealership. It is the Acura TSX and it is a delightful machine.Read more...
But the more time I spent driving the V60, the more impressed I became. The interior is incredibly well-built, and all the materials feel high-grade. Fit and finish is impeccable. The cabin is exceedingly quiet. It's just a nice place to be. Rear seat room is good, but it could maybe stand to be a little more spacious; I found the cargo area more than adequate for all my needs, and superior to a lot of SUVs and crossovers in terms of space.Read more...
what does it take to be a good quater mile driver? i never double clutch...you dont really need to now that they invented better synchros...and it wears ur clutch double faster...and also, when i do, i end up missing gears, haha...but seriously, ive beaten one of the newer mitsubishi eclipses and even a camaro once...maybe they werent good drivers? (the eclipse driver was a girl...but whos dissin?)Read more...
Caterham Cars used the SingTel Singapore Grand Prix as a stage to debut their newest performance concept road car, the AeroSeven. This concept is said to signal Caterham s intentions in terms of product engineering processes (that means more F1 techniques), speed to market, and potential future styling on their production cars. And while this is just a concept, they ve mentioned a production version of the AeroSeven set to enter production by fall of 2014.Read more...
After months of countless and painful teasers, BMW has finally unveiled the 1 Series M Coupe. BMW claims they’ve used the original E30 M3 model for this new car’s inspiration as many enthusiasts hail the E30 as one of the best driver’s cars ever made. Based off the popular 1 Series model, this M-ified model focuses on being a car for the true driving enthusiast with less weight and more power than the standard model. Up front is BMW’s N54 twin-turbo inline-6 with 335 HP and 332 lb-ft of torque – or 369 lb-ft with the temporary “overboost” feature. Combined with the car’s 77 pound diet, the 0-60 MPH sprint occurs in just 4.7 seconds with a quarter mile run in 13.2 seconds and a top speed limited to 155mph.Read more...
Please tell me GM is not up to it s old trick of repackaging Chevy s to try to sell in the other brands. That s what killed Pontiac and it dilutes the Chevy brand too. They need to keep the brands distinctive. I understand that Buick has a big presence in China and it may be needed there but they should not import this small Buick to the US to compete with the Cruze. No one wants a small Buick in this country.Read more...
Last week our esteemed colleague showed up with his new-to-him 1994 Chevy Caprice Classic Wagon.  And that got us wondering:  What ever happened to the station wagon in America?  Crossovers are dominating the market, with every firm from Ford to Audi (announced last week) pumping out a CUV or two for those who “need” more cargo “room” but think SUVs are too big and expensive.  But perhaps there’s an alternative again.  Perhaps the station wagon is back.Read more...

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Acura TSX Specifications

  Acura TSX
Year 2004 - 2014
Body Compact Cars, Sedan, Station Wagon
Engine Type Inline-4, V-6, in-line-4
CC 2L - 3.5L
Power 201 PS - 280 PS
Power 4400 RPM - 7000 RPM
Torque 170 NM - 344 NM
Torque 4300 RPM - 5000 RPM
Fuel Gasoline, Premium Unleaded (Recommended), Premium Unleaded (Required)
Drive
  • Front
  • Front Wheel Drive
Transmission type 5-speed automatic, 5-speed shiftable automatic, 6-speed manual, Automatic, Manual
Seats 5
Doors 2, 4
Estimated MPG City 10.7 - 22.0 city
HWY 7.6 - 31.0 hwy
Mixed 9.1 - 26.0 mixed
Trim
  • 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
  • 4dr Sedan w/Technology Package (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
  • 4dr Sedan w/Technology Package (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
  • Automatic
  • Automatic Tech Package
  • Sedan
  • Sedan Special Edition
  • Sedan Special Edition Automatic
  • Special Edition 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
  • Special Edition 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 6M)
  • Sport Sedan
  • Sport Sedan AT
  • Sport Sedan MT
  • Sport Sedan V6
  • Sport Wagon
  • Tech Package
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