|Overall Length||185.60 in.|
|Overall Height||56.70 in.|
|Track Front||62.20 in.|
|Track Rear||62.20 in.|
|Ground Clearance||5.90 in.|
|Front Headroom||37.60 in.|
|Front Legroom||42.40 in.|
|Front Shoulder Room||57.80 in.|
|Front Hip Room||55.60 in.|
|Rear Legroom||34.30 in.|
|Rear Shoulder Room||56.10 in.|
|Rear Hip Room||54.20 in.|
|Cargo Volume||14.00 cu.ft.|
|Passenger Volume||94.50 cu.ft.|
|Front Spring Type||Coil|
|Rear Spring Type||Coil|
|Turning Diameter||36.70 in.|
Average raiting 4.2
I compared this to smaller SUVs, decided I wanted the peppiness and fuel economy.
Beyond disappointed with this car. I enjoyed it for about 2 months. Just over 5k miles put on in 19mo and already runs like a clunker. Sounds like crap when it starts, even with snow tires it can't move in a dusting of snow. HUGE mistake on my part to lease it. I've owned a Toyota, Ford, Dodge, and now this Acura. It is unquestionably the worst of the bunch. I would never waste money on Acura again.
I got the TSX SE primarily because of an agressive lease deal. Overall it's s a really fun car in search of being a really great car. While the chassis is willing and the interior is very attractive (in SE trim), the four cylinder drivetrain and lack of the technology package (on the SE) leaves me wanting. It's been awhile since I had driven an Acura. The recent "beak" phase in their styling department is thankfully and slowly becoming a travesty best left as a faded memory. The TSX's styling is crisp and attractive from pretty much every angle. The SE trim only adds to this, especially on the interior. From the red accents to the anthracite headliner, it is a very attractive package.
This is a great car, all-around. Good-looking, extremely reliable, and best lease value. Power moonroof, xenon headlights, foglights, bluetooth, leather, and adjustable heated front seats are standard. Decent stereo. A/C vents in the rear and a cooled center storage bin. The 4 cylinder 200hp engine is powerful enough for highway passing and delivers good gas mileage. I test drove several cars to try something different, but none compare to TSX's overall balance of price, standard equipment, fuel efficiency, quality, and style. I strongly disagree with the reviewer who listed "button happy console" as a con. The buttons become intuitive after a short period of usage.
Boguht this car for it looks and size. Its a perfect size and proportions for a sedan for personal use. Good balance of quality and premium materials. spirited drive train, precice steering. Overall Quality feeling. Fun to drive However the big draw back is the jittery tough ride. car trembles when hit on seams and breaks on the highway. you have to drive some diatance to feel it then you feel like get out of the car. Its not a compliant drive. slightly lost on the well balance of stiffer suspension and comfort. its too stiff or what causes this is unknown less leg room. low roof. slighly lower car.
|Below market||Market average||Above market|
|Side impact test||Good|
|Roof Strength Test||Good|
|Rear crash protection/head restraint||Good|
|IIHS Small Overlap Front Test Results||Marginal|
|IIHS Moderate Overlap Front Test Results||Good|