/2011 Acura TSX Wagon Price

2011 Acura TSX Wagon Price

2011 Acura TSX Wagon at 2011 Acura TSX Wagon Price

Acura has updated TSX Sedan for 2011 with revised exterior design, powertrains, features and also introduced the Sport Wagon version. The TSX sedan can be had with either a 2.4L 4-cylinder, or the 3.5L V-6, but the Wagon being a new model only comes with the 22/30/25 mpg four-cylinder engine and starts from $30,960 for both manual and automatic transmission models. If you opt for the Technology package, the price will rise up to $34,610. The sales commence December 21.

The TSX sedan with 2.4L I-4 engine has an MSRP of $29,610 for both manual and automatic transmission models. Equipped with the available Technology package, theMSRP is $32,710. The TSX sedan with 3.5L V-6 engine has an MSRP of $35,150, or $38,250 when equipped with the Technology Package.

“The all-new TSX Sport Wagon is a smart alternative for those needingadded utility,” said Jeff Conrad, vice president of Acura sales. “With the Sport Wagon, the customer simultaneously enjoys the benefits of sports-sedan performance along with SUV-like cargo capacity.”

2011 TSX estimated city/highway/combined fuel economy ratings**
TSX Model Engine/Trans EPA rating Improvement (versus 2010 model)
Sedan 2.4L I-4 (5AT) 22/31/26 mpg +1 city, +1 highway, +1 combined
Sedan 2.4L I-4 (6MT) 21/29/24 mpg +1 city, +1 highway, +1 combined
Sport Wagon 2.4L I-4 (5AT) 22/30/25 mpg New model
Sedan 3.5L V-6 (5AT) 19/28/23 mpg +1 city, +1 highway, +2 combined

New automatic transmission programming helps maximize the engine output by allowing for Shift Hold Control during cornering along with “smart shift” functionality that allows for semi-manual operation when in Drive- not just when in Sport Mode. In addition, the Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission now features a fluid warmer that helps improve shift quality, transmission durability and engine fuel economy for TSX owners who live in colder climates.

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