The Acura TSX 2014 is an entry-level luxury sedan given the base (which is available with four-cylinder engine or a V6) and Special Edition (four-cylinder only) trims levels. A wagon (the wagon sports) is reviewed separately. Standard equipment in the 17-inch titanium wheels, automatic xenon headlights, fog lights, heated mirrors, a TEO, two-zone automatic climate control, the leather upholstery, the eight way power driver seat, driver memory settings, the way power passenger seat, the heated front seats, 60/40 split-folding seatbacks and furious and-telescoping steering. Other comfort and convenience features include an auto-dimming rearview mirror, the Bluetooth Connectivity and the seven-speaker audio system with the CD player, the satellite radio, an auxiliary audio input Jack and the USB port.
The Acura TSX 2014 Special Edition is the same, but added a little anger-looking front spoiler, a unique bear bumper fascia and side sills and specific wheels. Inside, the Special Edition has sex-suede seat inserts, red interior stitching, red tent lighting, aluminum pedals, bright silver trim elements and a black headliner. For the base Acura TSX with a four-cylinder engine, the optional technology package is an 8-inch display screen, the camera, the navigation system, voice recognition and play a 10-speaker surround-an audio system. The standard TSX V6 with the technology package.
Acura TSX 2014 Interior
The Acura TSX 2014, you will find a more satisfying to type up the high-quality pre-touch applications. Each first, the dash like something indecipherable at the keys, but with a little time, using the controls to be fairly intuitive. Clean audio display screen looks rather down market, however, refer to the navigation system is wise for its aesthetics and easy operation. Entertainment, Games and other audio programs are a heartily recommend. Front seats are comfortable and supported. The carrying seat is roomier than some competitors, though taller occupants will want for a little more legroom. The trunk ‘s 14 cubic feet of room is better than average, and 60/40-split-folding carry seatbacks make it possible to expand cargo capacity when the need is real.
Acura TSX 2014 Engine
Acura TSX 2014 Sedan is available with a choice of two engines. 2.4-liter four-cylinder 201 horsepower and 170 pound feet of torque (172 lb-ft when equipped with a Manual transmission), while the 3.5-liter V6 with 280 HP and 254 lb-ft. A five- speed automatic with Manual transmission-paddles, and front-wheel drive is standard on all models, with a six-speed Manual gearbox is available as an option with the four-cylinder engine only. In testing, Acura TSX 2014 with a four-cylinder engine and unveil Manual transmissions from 60 h to a standstill in an unremarkable 7.7 seconds. With automatic transmission, 0-60 time is about a second slower. The V6 is speed, and a more competitive 0-60 time of 6.4 seconds.
An estimated EPA fuel economy for Acura TSX 2014 Sedan with a four-cylinder engine and automatic transmission is 26 mpg combined (22 mpg city/31 mpg). This class is suitable for this, even though some other rivals turbocharged four-cylinders are even better. Manual gearbox four-cylinder TSX drop to 24 mpg combined (21/29). Numbers for the V6-Sedan has failed far off and 23 mpg combined (19/28).
Acura TSX 2014 Safety
Standard safety equipment on the Acura TSX 2014 anti-lock brakes, the stability control, traction control, the active front head restraints, front seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. A rearview camera is in the technology package. In Edmunds brake testing, both the digital and the six-cylinder parts for TSX to 60 h at 133 feet; comparable entry level luxury sedans have been tested in the braking distance is a significant 10-15.
The crash tests conducted by the provider for the Institute Safety, the Acura TSX 2014 already has a top rating of “Good” models-planting the track inappropriately, the group-armed and roof strength tests. The lower the magnitude inappropriately test track, you get a second-lowest is “minima ” rating. Its seat/head restraint design is rated “Goo ” for whiplash protection in inciting violence.