We have missed the Accord wagon since we traded our 91, and here it is again, updated and
We traded a 2011 RL, a very disappointing car.
The TSX makes up for it, and reminds us of what Honda motors has always done well - great drive train, agile handling, lots of features, comfortable seats, great driving position, good sight lines and 28.6 mpg overall over 4000 miles, plus its the first Acura we've owned (out of six) with no rattles and squeaks.
Ours is an unusual (and very macho) violet.
I also have a 2112 ML350, but this is the care we choose on weekends around town.
Plus, Acura is dealing.
The willing, sewing machine-smooth Honda four, super stereo (much better than the standard Benz unit), real leather (not the BMW plastic), terrific HID headlights, no feeling that you're being squeezed every dime for things that should be standard.
Also the looks.
It's a handsome car, and a unique one.
The car wash guy held up the line so he could take a picture.
Get rid of the infuriating zombie nanny voice that pipes up every time I change radio stations or want to use voice command.
(Trick is: click twice and she goes away, but that's a pain).
Backup camera could be better.
Another cog in the tranny would also be welcome - and would make 30 MPG overall a reality.
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