2015 Acura tsx Wagon Review

2015 Acura tsx Wagon Review

2015 Acura tsx Wagon Review is a very interesting car, and not just because it straddles two size classes, offers mid-size sedan in something closer to a compact footprint. In replacing the former Acura TL and TSX, TLX also brings a number of new technologies to bear on the segment near premium.

2015 Acura tsx Wagon Review shown at the Detroit auto show 2014 as a prototype, a light version of the sedan in the showroom as veiled Acura this fall. New car adopts cues found in the sedan larger, RLX firmly using the LED light and exaggerated fenders House had 20-inch wheels concept cars. LED lights also underscores the view of Dr next to the mirror.

2015 Acura tsx Wagon Review Two different models offer different faces to the range TSX: base model, powered by the 206-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine; and higher level of 3.5-liter V-6 option, good for 290 horsepower. Direct injection and variable valve timing helps both the machine that makes the most of their move. The four-cylinder engine coupled to a new eight-speed, dual-clutch transmission with a torque converter which smoothes out all tendency typical jerky dual-clutch transmission, while simultaneously providing quick, crisp shifts Are driving with passion or browse with ease. V-6 engine paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission, is operated by a pushbutton interface on the center console. While an extra tooth in the nine-speed of sound impressive, in our time with the car we found it to be hesitant, pokey gearbox is often too late to the party when quick acceleration is called for, such as when the merger with fast traffic.

What then, is the advantage of combo V-6 and nine-speed four-cylinder with the eight-speed dual-clutch transmission? Available all-wheel drive.
When the four-cylinder and V-6, equipped with front-wheel drive, gaining the ability to steer the rear wheels a bit through the actuator, such a setup on a fancy 2015 Acura tsx Wagon Review
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