I really like this car, compared to what else is available and in the price range but I wish Acura would make a somewhat smaller version that is sportier in both looks and performance. And also get rid of the electronic crap that causes it to act strange sometimes--like when the brakes won't work because I drove over a bump. The shifter could also be a little smoother
nice interior. pretty good handling
sportier handling/suspension, more torque, smaller, less electronic stuff that controls driving like abs and drive-by-wire, etc.
Car is made 100% in Japan, have had no problems with it. Have 88,000 miles on it. Have a ton of confidence in the reliability of this car. MPG is good on Hwy and back roads, around 31- 33 on average. Stock stereo is nice, good sound, XM and MP3 work great. Decent acceleration, smooth quite ride. Acura service is great and reasonably priced.
Front seat comfort, Reliability, Stereo, heated seats, low cost maintenance, holds it value strongly
Backseat is way too small, no leg room. MPG could be better around town, premium fuel can be costly.
Now on year 3 of owning this car, Just a great car. Fun to drive, quick acceleration, especially at highway speed. Very ergonomic. Super reliable. BUT...like previous reviews, it is true city MPG is poor. Average consistently 19 MPG in city, there is an on board cpu that monitors it. Highway is great, 30+. Can't figure out the wide discrepancy between city and highway. I have also experienced steering wheel vibrations.
Acceleration, bluetooth, very solid build quality, reliable, good seats, powerful seat heaters
steering wheel rattles, doors stay locked after stopping when trying to exit, city MPG
The TSX is really a very solid car. I was pleased when I purchased it and am now downright happy when I drive it. It represents a perfect blend of power and efficiency. If you don't hog-dog it around town, mid 20's is easily attainable, and on the highway I've averaged 30-33mpg. The features are useful and easy to operate, the interior fit and finish is outstanding, right down the satisfying "thud" of the doors closing. The stereo stands out among "premium" stereos because of its balance - too often premium stereos overemphasize bass to the detriment of the mid and high ranges. Here the bass is present, but gets out of the way for vocals and instruments. Not just a rebagded Accord.
Stereo, memory seats, interior style and quality materials, engine, fuel efficiency, fun factor.
Auto up/down passenger window and auto moonroof. Wish it was a honda badge - don't need the cache of premium brand.