Acura introduced the prototype of the 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon at the International Auto Show in New York. It is based on the Honda Accord Tourer, with more aggressive lines and many more extras.
The new 2011 Acura TSX comes with 17-inch wheels feature aluminum, dual-zone climate control, leather seats, Premium sound system, Bluetooth, USB and auxiliar input audio, navigation system with 8-inch screen.
The engine is a 2.4L four-cylinder with a power of 201-hp, 230 Nm and five-speed automatic transmission. The Acura TSX V6 has also a version of around 280 horsepower.
With a controversial design but offers no innovation mechanically because it incorporates a 2.4L direct-injection, Acura brings up its interpretation of the Sport Wagon that reminds us the old trucks that used the mothers in the seventies as the Royal Monaco.
We aren't sure if this product may work well, but the price starts at $29,310. According to the executive vice president of sales for Honda, John Mendel, "The TSX Sport Wagon is a smart choice for those looking for a utility vehicle. It's practical, fun to drive, luxury and safer than any other vehicle of its category."
To enhance the driving experience, the TSX Sport Wagon features the latest technologies like Acura Navigation System with high-resolution display of 8", traffic information in real time, Acura / ELS premium sound system, power sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather seats, Bluetooth, USB port and auxiliary audio input.