2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon

Like most automotive journalists, I'm a big fan of wagons. However, I'm not as enamored of the TSX's aesthetic execution as I am with that of, for instance, wagon versions of the Cadillac CTS or the Audi A4 (which, admittedly are both in a slightly higher price bracket, starting at about $39K and almost $37K, respectively). Acura has got a weird thing going in the styling department anyway, though, so that certainly doesn't help this TSX.

In any case, I still think it's fantastic that Honda offers the TSX as a versatile, striking hatchback. To me, it helps soften the fact that the last-generation TSX felt much sportier. As Phil pointed out, however, the TSX Sport Wagon's existence makes the ZDX even more confounding.
- Rusty Blackwell, Copy Editor

As my colleagues have explained, the TSX Sport Wagon is a breath of fresh air in Acura's lineup, even if it's imperfect. It's proof that a properly developed four-cylinder engine, even one mated only to a five-speed automatic rather than a manual gearbox, can provide all the entertainment a enthusiast needs. I never felt that this car was at all underpowered. I also never felt like it was underequipped. Whether it's understyled or overstyled, ha, that's debatable. I thoroughly enjoyed driving it, and I'd like to point out that, in the comparisons my colleagues have made to the usual suspects from Germany and the upstart Cadillac wagon, there's no mention of the fact that Acuras, historically, are dead-on reliable for years on end. In the real world, that goes a long way and might be the tipping point for someone considering the TSX Sport Wagon.
- Joe DeMatio, Deputy Editor

edward54
As a person who bought 3 Acuras for my family for last 10 months I can Identify this brand as a brand that really lost its way. I think that really unbeatable combination would be Acura TSX wagon V6 with manual transmission
Chewbach
I think Joe nailed it. I recently purchased a 2011 Acura TSX Sports Wagon with Technology Package. I was looking for an upscale Wagon that provided a reasonable amount of hauling utility, was relatively fun to drive, and also inexpensive to maintain. Acura's history of reliability, very low maintenance costs of the TSX, and solid fuel economy led me to the TSX. That and the fact that the comparable A4 would have equated to an additional $10k.

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