2006 Acura TSX 4dr Sedan w/Navigation System (2.4L 4cyl 5A)
Approaching 100k.Recently had the brakes done and new tires (oem)put on the car,it feels as new as the day it rolled off the dealer's lot.The controls still feel like they were dipped in butter.The clean,classic lines and overall styling of this car remains relevant.The car suffers from a lack of low-end torque & poor acceleration from a dead stop. Acura missed a golden opportunity to remedy this by not offering a turbo I4 (like the RDX) and thus maintaining the "agile/light/tossable" personality of this car. Test drove the new TSX and did not like the numb steering & dull interior ,may consider other options like the IS 350 AWD (increase HP, AT dual shift capability,heated/cooled seats,etc.
Bluetooth, floor mounted gear shifter (Acura should put this back on their cars), nav system with voice recognition, smooth high rev/sweet sounding I4, seat warmers (my wife's favorite feature), dual zone climate control.
Seat cooling feature, more torque (esp low end) using turbo tech to maintain fuel efficiency & weight, rear view camera (may install one)yet, better engine mounts.
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