The 2014 Acura TSX Sedans slightly less than that known as the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4 names, but it is also well below these sedans midsize luxury priced. With a base price starting just over $31,000. The Acura TSX is charging with a bounty of standard features and offers only a handful of options. The result is a total quality Acura resale value and well equipped, agile and luxury sedan driving pleasure. Although these models unchanged from the previous year, including the 2014 Acura TSX Special Edition, a version that sporty touches inside and out, and a familiar version brings. Although 4-cylinder engine and automatic configuration is only available in front-wheel drive, the TSX Sport Wagon 5-door extends the versatility of TSX series.
The 2014 Acura TSX sedan with a choice of two engine and transmission options. First, a 2.4-liter inline 4-cylinder paired with a 5-speed automatic or Special Edition Package, manual 6-speed transmission. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that with the automatic transmission, the 2014 Acura TSX is capable of 22 mpg city/31 mpg highway. The larger V6 3.5 liter and more powerful combined exclusively with a 5-speed automatic transmission. With the V6, the TSX achieves an EPA estimated 19 mpg city/28 mpg highway.
The 2014 Acura TSX Wagon, however, is only one configuration available transmission: 2.4-liter inline 4-cylinder and 5-speed automatic transmission. According to the EPA, fuel consumption mpg 22 mpg city/30 highway occurs. The 2014 Acura
TSX is offered in three trims: Base, Special Edition, and Sport Wagon.
The 2014 Acura TSX ($31,530) base comes standard with alloy wheels of 17 inches, HID headlamps with automatic on/off, heated side mirrors and driver function of the reverse tilt down, perforated leather seats, 8-seat power driver lumbar support and memory function, 4-way power passenger seat, heated front seats, climate control, dual-zone, Bluetooth, a premium 360-watt audio speakers with 7-8-in subwoofer, integrated USB / iPod and auxiliary input, tilt / telescopic steering wheel with touch controls for audio and cruise control, glass sunroof and a source of a leather steering wheel.
The 2014 Acura TSX Special Edition ($32,530) adds pinches of sporty exterior and interior styling, and unique 17 wheels, a more aggressive front fascia, rear spoiler, aluminum pedals and luxurious suede seats with red stitching. A 6-speed manual transmission is a no-cost option. The Sport Wagon ($32.880) includes all the features of the TSX sedan and trunk lid and storage space under the body.
A technology package is both the sedan ($34,630) and wagon ($36,530) offering and provides a 415 watt audio system, 10-speaker ELS DVD-Audio, HD Radio, and 15 GB of disk hard memory for music. Voice navigation with rear view camera is activated also part of the package, such as a power tailgate to the TSX wagon. A V6 engine is optional, but only in the sedan and only with the Technology Package ($40.170). Eighteen-inch wheels are also available in the TSX V6 sedan standard.
All TSX models are equipped with a wide range of passive safety technologies including six airbags. The headrests on all seats offered, and the front seats use a restraint active headrest, limiting whiplash. Seat belts three points designed for all seats, belt force limiters together with a belt with automatic belt tensioning integrated driver and passenger seat.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has not crashed-tested the TSX. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gives independent 2014 Acura TSX top marks in frontal-offset, side-impact tests and roof strength, and lists of the TSX as a 2013 Top Safety Pick. No matter which customers select the train, each full of life and excitement. For those interested in a more exciting driving experience with the 2.4-liter 6-speed manual transmission is ideal clients. Customers are easy to use, they want an energy wave with a wave accelerator, the 3.5-liter V6 prefer the 5-speed automatic transmission.
In fact, the 2014 Acura TSX V6 3.5-liter, that produces 280 horsepower, almost too much for the front-wheel drive 2014 Acura TSX . In contrast to the transmission in Sport mode or hit the gas, and the TSX missiles. The feeling is certainly fun, but the power of the test engine to the front wheels too, quickly lose their responsibility. The traction control intervenes to keep the wheelspin under control.
Once the tires regain traction, the 2014 Acura TSX is easy and pleasant to drive in the city, on the road or on country roads. The steering is light, acceleration is more responsive, the transmission shifts smoothly and the cabin is quiet. Like most Acuras, the suspension is on the stiff side. But solid chassis, sporty fits the 2014 Acura TSX too.