Since the U.S. Accord is larger than its global counterpart, Honda sells a version of the European/Japanese Accord as the Acura TSX. The smaller, front-wheel-drive TSX serves as the entry-level model to the Acura brand. Priced at around $30,000, the TSX offers a comprehensive set of standard features including HID lighting, a moonroof, and standard powered and heated leather seats. An available tech package adds a 10-speaker audio system with surround sound and Acura's satellite-linked navigation system. While the TSX may not directly compete with other smaller RWD performance models, it does stand as a practical and well-equipped alternative.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|TSX ||2.4l I4 (201-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||22/31/26 || ||$30,635|
|TSX Special Edition ||2.4l I4 (201-bhp) ||M6 ||FWD ||21/29/25 || ||$31,635|
|TSX Special Edition ||2.4l I4 (201-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||22/31/26 || ||$31,635|
|TSX Technology ||2.4l I4 (201-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||22/31/26 || ||$33,735|
|TSX V6 Technology ||3.5l V6 (280-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||19/28/23 || ||$39,275|