2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon Priced at $30,960

TSX_wagonIt’s been nearly a year since the 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon was introduced at the 2010 New York Auto Show, but as promised, the model will go on sale before the end of year with a starting MSRP of $30,960, excluding an $860 destination fee. The 2011 TSX sedan starts at $29,610.

The Sport Wagon comes equipped with a five-speed automatic transmission paired to a 201-horsepower, 2.4-liter inline-four-cylinder. Neither the sedan’s V-6 engine nor the six-speed manual is an option on the wagon.

Standard exterior and interior features include: 17-inch alloy wheels, xenon high-intensity-discharge headlamps, power moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, perforated leather seats, heated front seats, 360-watt seven-speaker audio system, Bluetooth connectivity, USB port, XM Satellite Radio, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with mounted controls and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.

When the Sport Wagon is equipped with the Technology Package, it gets Acura’s new navigation system and a 15-gigabyte hard drive for music storage. Pricing for that trim starts at $34,610.

Estimated fuel economy is EPA rated at 22/30 mpg city/highway for the model, which is 1 mpg lower than the similarly equipped sedan.

The Acura TSX Sport Wagon goes on sale Dec. 21.

By Colin Bird | December 8, 2010 | Comments (13)
Tags: Acura, Acura TSX

Comments 

Tony

I've just calculated how much Acura badge costs.

Ok, take Accord EXL - 27,200

Now, add little more for Wagon and for HID Headlights and better radio wattage, subtract for bigger engine.

Well $30,960 - 27,200 +-...
Around $2500

Actually, not as much if we didn't know that unlike most of Lexus, Acura = Honda

Amuro Ray

I'm not a Honda fan, so my knowledge of Honda is quite limited. But I have to disagree with u, Tony.

Honda Accord in N. America != (not equal to) Acura TSX.

Honda Accord in N.A. = Honda Inspire (rest of world).

Acura TSX = Honda Accord (rest of world).

(Info from wiki)

Thus, this is not really badge engineering.

Cory

Thats not correct Honda Does NOT have a wagon so you have to use the TSX Sedan base against the Accord EXL, TSX base is $29,610.00 Accord EXL $27,355.00 a difference of $2,255.00. Before you get behind the wheel. Acura is worth the difference. Trust me I compared the two and bought the Acura

Tony

AR and Cory,

if you read carefully what I wrote, you will see that I took things into account.
I counted cost of the badge. It has nothing to do with TSX vs Accord. I could take a couple of other cars.
And AR, when it comes to Honda, badge engineering is all over the place. Acura = Honda. Most Acuras you see on the road here have same car running somewhere around the world as Honda. And you say this is not badge engineering?

Cory, in your opinion Acura worth the difference and in mine - not so much. If I get a real Lexus, I get a luxo car with RWD. But with Acura I get a Honda with FWD and really ugly beak.

K

How about using the Crosstour to compare when it is a straight up Accord wagon got jacked up on the suspensions?

Ziggy

Who really wastes their time thinking about this stuff? Nice looking wagon though.

d

actually it's a blantant rebadge pf the Euro Accord Tourer! just some minor tweaks..inc. that awful "Shield" grille!

d

sorry...blatant...of...LOL

d

oh, & of oourse they changed the rear turn signals to red...after having lived on an American base in Germany for 3 years I can say that i always noticed the Euro signals faster than the US spec cars over there that had red signals...esp. the last gen Passat...very nice looking amber led's...u could see em from a mile away!

Nic

Yeah so....
GM = Cadillac
Ford = Lincoln
Honda = Acura
Toyota = Lexus
Nissan = Infiniti
VW = Audi = Porsche

Who cares, everyone does it and they sell. They are doing something right.

Tony

Toyota = Lexus - yes
Toyota Cars = Lexus Cars - sometimes

Dander

One more reason not to buy a Saab, Audi or Volvo station wagon. Acura rocks.

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