Sensing a trend, Acura brings us a wagon version of its TSX model. The TSX Sport Wagon offers a subset of the features available on the TSX sedan, with only a single power train option.
Acura's TSX model sits at the bottom of its lineup, an economical car of modest proportions. As a near-luxury vehicle, the cabin offers upscale trim. For 2011, Acura brings out a wagon version of the car.
Styling of the TSX Sport Wagon mirrors updates to the 2011 TSX sedan in the front. Except for the grille treatment, the TSX's overall design does not stand out particularly. Similarly, in Sport Wagon form, the car looks similar to other compact wagons.
There is plenty of cargo space in the back of the TSX Sport Wagon, one of the main advantages of a wagon over a sedan. With the rear seats folded down, Acura boasts a 5-foot, 10-inch long cargo area able to hold 60.5 cubic feet of stuff.
Where the TSX sedan is available with a six-speed manual, a five-speed automatic is the only option in the Sport Wagon. Similarly, a V-6 is an option for the sedan, but the wagon only gets a 2.4-liter four-cylinder.