2010 Acura TSX V6 Reviews and Specs

2010 Acura TSX V6 Reviews and Specs
2010 Acura TSX V6 Reviews and Specs
2010 Acura TSX V6 Reviews and Specs
2010 Acura TSX V6 Reviews and Specs
In my opinion, Acura has totally lost the clean, simple lines that made the first and second generation Legend and Integra so handsome, tasteful and lean looking. It seems that the styling has gone totally downhill since the brand has been aimed more and more at an American market. The old personality used to be what made it attractive to me. US Acura TSX = Euro/Japan Honda Accord. (US Accord is bigger car). Don't know if outside US will be offered the V6. I just wish US would get offered the Euro/Japan wagon (estate) variant. I personally don't like trucks or crossovers. don't understand why the TSX looks so ugly, the euro-spec Accord looks pretty nice. I hope they will make a SH-AWD version of this one, don't like the idea of a 280hp V6 in a FF-sedan. Acura has shoehorned a 3.5 liter V6 engine under the hood. The 280-horse powerplant features a dual-stage induction system and VTEC valve control, of course. Acura's sequential SportShift transmission handles shifting duties, and includes paddle shifters, Grade Logic Control and Shift Hold Control for spirited driving.
Exclusive suspension tuning is also part of the mix; the TSX V6 gets unique 18-inch split five-spoke wheels and tires and a tauter suspension, to handle the additional power. Double wishbones are used up front, with five-link construction at the rear.
Apart from the mechanical changes and a slight design change on the front fascia, the TSX V6 is the same as the four-cylinder version. A laundry list of standard equipment includes a power moonroof, automatic climate control, XM satellite radio with Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port and a seven-speaker sound system. The optional Technology Package adds voice-commanded satellite navigation and an upgraded sound system.

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