Acura's TSX used to be its entry-level model, before the arrival of the 2013 ILX. Now it seems the TSX's days are numbered, as Acura may look for more differentiation among its sedan models. The Sport Wagon version of the TSX is unique in the Acura line-up, and a rare type of car in today's automotive market. Read full review
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The TSX Sport Wagon uses Acura's new, subtle styling, with the grille shield less prominent. Sidelines on the car are stylish and non-controversial. Read full review
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Although the TSX sedan can be had with a four cylinder or V-6, the Sport Wagon can only be had with the 2.4-liter four cylinder. This engine produces 201 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque. Read full review
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Acura did an excellent job with the wagon styling, making a clean roofline with a slight drop-off and nice window graphics. Read full review
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The suspension gives a comfortable ride, and keeps the car fairly well planted in corners. Read full review
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The rear hatch opens manually, but inside a button activates power closing. Read full review
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The cargo space gives the Sport Wagon a big advantage over the TSX sedan. The rear seats also fold down to increase the space. Read full review
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Being an Acura, the front seats are power-adjustable, and all are covered in leather. Read full review
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Rear seat space is not expansive, but reasonable. Read full review
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The TSX Sport Wagon can be had with a Tech package, which brings in navigation and an upgraded stereo system. Read full review
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Acura uses an electric power steering system, which is easy to turn at low speeds. Read full review
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Acura uses the tachometer face as a display area to show trip information. Read full review
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The car is limited to a five-speed automatic transmission. Read full review
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Along with the navigation LCD, there is also a legacy monochrome radio display, and far too many buttons. Read full review
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The maps for the navigation system are stored on a hard drive, but only offer 2D views. Read full review
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Destination input is tedious with the rotary controller, but the navigation system also supports voice command. Read full review
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The navigation system includes traffic data, both in this list view and integrated with the maps. Read full review
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The Zagat listings make it easier to find a restaurant when traveling. Read full review
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The navigation system also shows weather data. Read full review
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The Bluetooth phone system shows a paired phone's contact list on the LCD, but does not make that list available through voice command for dialing by name. Read full review
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The stereo also supports Bluetooth streaming audio. Read full review
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With a USB drive plugged into the stereo, the LCD only shows music by file and folder. Read full review
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iPods and iPhones plugged into the stereo get a more refined treatment for their music libraries, with music organized by artist, album, and genre. Read full review
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The ELS audio system includes this big subwoofer, which makes for richer sound. Read full review
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