2012 Acura TSX Priced at $29,810

12tsxextFor the 2012 model year, Acura increases its prices by $200 across the line for its entry-level TSX and adds a new Special Edition trim.

The Special Edition adds sportier appearance add-ons inside and out.  You can learn more about that here.

The Special Edition starts at $30,810, $1,000 more than the base TSX ($29,810). For 2012, the TSX Sport Wagon comes with a compact tire-repair kit instead of a spare tire, to increase storage underneath the cargo area floor.

The TSX sedan and wagon are on sale today. The Special Edition will go on sale by the end of this month.

Continue reading below for more details:

2012 Acura TSX pricing (2011 TSX pricing)

  • TSX: $29,810 ($29,610)
  • TSX Special Edition (automatic): $30,810 (new)
  • TSX Special Edition (manual): $30,810 (new)
  • TSX with Technology Package (manual): $32,910 ($32,710)
  • TSX V-6 (automatic): $35,350 ($35,150)
  • TSX V-6 with Technology Package (automatic): $38,450 ($38,250)
  • TSX Sport Wagon (automatic): $31,160 ($30,960)
  • TSX Sport Wagon with Technology Package (automatic): $34,810 ($34,610)
  • Destination: $885 (same)
By Colin Bird | September 16, 2011 | Comments (2)


If you can get past the weird looking shield grille, I'm sure this is a pleasant car to drive. However, in this entry-entry level luxury sector, I would get an Audi A3 or Volvo S40 (and even a Saab 9-3) before the TSX because they have more personality!


Tn boy

I went from a Lexus ES330 and I am learning to like the 2.4. It has more NVH than I would like for a VTECH and the MPGS not exactly what I would expect. Love the interior. Really upscale. Road noise I would contribute to tires. All over a 7 out of 10.

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