To many of us, the interior of this model is simple, satisfying, and everything - from the cabin to the finish - feels like a stylistic break. A number of models in the luxury category come veiled in fake wood and leather finish, but the 2011 Acura TSX sport wagon effortlessly blends silver, grey, and black to an impressive outcome. Features that you will expect to find in this car are a modern navigation system, sunroof, USB port, Bluetooth connection, power heated leather seats, a top speed of 127 mph, and front wheel drive - all with a 3599 LB curb weight. The 2.4L Four-Cylinder engine can carry five passengers and cruises from 0- 60 mph in just about 7 seconds. It has double-wishbone suspensions that are independently supported by coil springs, plus a thicker stabilizer bar at the back. The 2011 Acura TSX sport wagon is not fast, powerful, or stylish enough to knock us off our feet, but it has a good mix of these vital elements.
It has a firm frame which aids its agility and stability. Wagons are generally known for their combination of power and sportiness and Acura engineers tried to play on this, albeit minimally. Its steering and handling is top-of-the-range, navigation on tricky bends is good and its braking is superb. These features are not distinct to the TSX wagon, but rather easily identifiable Acura traits consistent with the team's legacy. Having undergone gas efficiency upgrades, the car now enjoys a good blend of gas economy, performance and lightness. It can run on approximately 22 miles per gallon in the city and 30 miles per gallon on the highway. Intelligent Variable Timing and lift Control (i-VTEC) has significantly improved the vehicle's power output by regulating the timing of the valve in relation to the engine's revolutions. This effectively opens the intake valves longer to increase combustion capacity, releasing more energy. The audio system is innovative with active voice commands enabled, USB port with iPod interconnection, and ELS surround sound system.