2004 Acura TSX 4dr Sedan w/Navigation System (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
I'm still in the break-in period so
I've not been able to push the engine.
The steering, however, seems very good,
though not as effortless as my BMW
525i. other reviews note more body roll
than BMWs, but there is less than in my
MSRP from similarly equipped models
skyrockets with options:
Audi 1.8T (no nav, even!)= over 29k
BMW 325i= over 35k
Lexus IS300= around 35k
Cadillac CTS-- BASE is over 30k
For those cars' base prices, you can
have a TSX with navigation and more
features than you can shake a stick at.
Does a person need any more than what
the TSX has to offer? My answer was an
sporty suspension, side airbags, heated
front seats, power driver's seat, 360-
watt sound with 6-CD indash changer,
folding rear seats, auto-dim mirror,
17" wheels, HIDs, moonroof, telescoping
steering wheel, 5AT or 6MT transmission.
The navigation system sometimes
mishears my voice commands despite my
generally non-slurred diction, PLEASE
PLEASE PLEASE say there's a Type-S
model coming--after my lease is up ;)
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