2012 Acura TSX Sedan gets a special edition package with a touch of sporty style. Among the reasonable and luxury, the Acura TSX Sedan was already able to complete it. That is, the Acura TSX sedan has become a multi-talented car on the list of luxury cars. With some lineup support that existed on this car, a buyer can choose a variety of levels of performance and utility.
2012 Acura TSX is available in two engine options. The 2.4-liter four-cylinder can produce 201 hp and 170 pound-feet of torque (172 lb-ft when equipped with the manual transmission), while the 3.5-liter V6 can produce 280 hp and 254 lb-ft. Support a five-speed automatic transmission with sport shift paddles is an existing standard on all models, although the six-speed manual is available for four-cylinder sedan only.
At the time of testing, Acura TSX Sedan with a manual four-cylinder moving towards 60 mph in just 7.7 seconds. Then for the automatic sedan is a bit slower. The V6, on the other hand, posted a competitive 0-60 time of 6.4 seconds. EPA fuel economy estimates for the four-cylinder TSX sedan is 22 mpg city/31 automatic mpg highway and 26 combined; the manual version drops to 21/29/24.
While the interior on 2012 Acura TSX, parallel to the list of other sport sedans in terms of design and quality is concerned, but also there are some points that must be taken into account. A cockpit filled with knobs and buttons, and to be daunting at first. With time and familiarity, become more intuitive operation, and also supported from the logical layout of controls. The optional navigation system, on the other hand, is fairly easy to use from the get-go, with voice commands, real-time traffic, weather forecasting and a large LCD screen with a secondary control knob.
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