• Dec 7, 2010
2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon – Click above for high-res image gallery

During a product briefing today, Acura executives revealed that the 2011 TSX Sport Wagon will be priced from $30,960 (not including $860 for destination) when it goes on sale in just a few weeks. This represents a price increase of $1,350 versus the slightly refreshed 2011 TSX sedan that recently debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

All TSX Sport Wagons come standard with a leather-trimmed interior, premium seven-speaker sound system, XM radio, USB audio with iPod integration, Bluetooth connectivity and a power moonroof. For an extra $3,650 you can opt for the TSX Technology Package, which adds sat-nav with voice recognition and rear-view camera, an ELS surround audio system, GPS-linked solar-sensing climate control and a power liftgate out back.

The only engine available in the Sport Wagon is the TSX's 2.4-liter inline-four, mated exclusively to a five-speed automatic transmission (a six-speed manual is available on the sedan). 201 horsepower is perfectly adequate for the Sport Wagon, but we're curious as to why Acura felt it necessary to leave the sedan's 280-hp V6 mill out of the mix. We'll have the full report of how the TSX Sport Wagon fares out on the road in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.



[Source: Acura]


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      • 4 Years Ago
      No clutch -- no sale.

      5-door Integra would so make Acura relevant again. Aren't they tired of playing games with this brand?!
      • 4 Years Ago
      I think it's a good looking entry in the small wagon market. I know it has been out in Europe for a few years, but it's fresh to our shores. I think the lack of awd might hurt. I know tons of people that could afford a luxury car but drive top-of-the line Subarus here in New England instead. You won't be tapping into that market at all. I'm not sure how large the market is for entry-level luxury/sport fwd wagons...
        • 4 Years Ago
        I remember when this came out - spy shots of the Crousstour, based on euro accord wagon. I thought - perfect car for me.
        http://autoworld.wordpress.com/2008/11/27/new-2010-honda-accord-crossoverwagon-cuv-spied/honda-accord-cuv-2011-spy-img_3/

        Then crosstour shows up.

        Then they announce TSX wagon, and it comes out without AWD and without a manual.

        I guess I am stuck with my Outback for a while.
        • 4 Years Ago
        The reason many of us drive top-of-the-line Subarus instead of other options isn't JUST the AWD. While I really appreciate the AWD system in my '05 Legacy GT Limited Wagon, I also like the fact that it's been exceptionally reliable. It's far and away the most trouble-free car I've owned in the 30 years I've had a license, it's comfortable and attractive, and it goes like stink.

        I could have afforded a car that cost 2x as much, but I didn't want one (and certainly didn't want the PAYMENTS for one.) I hope the CTS Sportwagon lasts in the market longer than my Subaru lasts me, because I'd like to have another fast wagon but my Legacy seems to have many years left in it.
      • 4 Years Ago
      oops-manual.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Maybe the upcoming Regal Wagon could address some of these points?
      • 4 Years Ago
      This is only slightly less unattractive than the ZDX and I expect the sales volume to be almost as abysmal. Acura needs to recover from their rectal-cranial inversion syndrome quickly before they become so irrelevant they can never recover. Ugly CUV/wagon derivatives of ugly sedans are not the answer.


        • 4 Years Ago
        Unlike the ZDX, and adult can sit in the back of this thing. Whole different proposition.
      • 4 Years Ago
      No V6? No SH-AWD? No thanks. Honda once again had a chance to create a real Subaru fighter and they as expected dropped the ball. I saw this at the NYIAS and I was saddened at seeing so much potential wasted.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Sticks don't sell cars, expect more cars with out sticks, not the other way around.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Acura, lose the beak already.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Thats not a beak, its a Blinging Buck Tooth.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Amen. The same car is more attractive overseas as the Accord Touring, without the beak grill.
      • 4 Years Ago
      "auto.design 4:19PM (12/07/2010)

      Thank you Acura, for bringing a wagon to the US market. I'm not a fan of the styling or powertrain options, but I sincerely hope this model is successful in order to convince automakers that there is a market for wagons in the US....even if it is a niche. "

      1st positive respond. gosh I notice this blog have to many whiners, no this no that. Seriously so many cry babies. Before Acura thinking of bring this thing here most ppl said ohh Honda Crosstour is soooo ugly need real wagon so Honda bring it what they should bring it long time ago A REAL WAGON. If many of you really gonna buy one Honda might actually invest in more stuff like manual trans (which only less than 5% buy it) or SH-AWD (which most lux car drivers or people who could afford these car doesn't know about it) Come on most BMW 1 series owners doesn't know their car is RWD.

      NAG,.. nag.. nag.. (ala Clint Eastwood)
        • 4 Years Ago
        We nag because Acura has the know-how, the means, and the established parts bins to put together a truly awesome, fun to drive wagon for less than competitors' prices. And they give us this.

        Nagnagnagnagnagnagnagnag!!!
      • 4 Years Ago
      I like it a lot, actually. Also, for those that complain about the grille, I'm pretty sure that Acura has promised a new front fascia (I think) early next year.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Won't sell...nobody buys wagons.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Thank you Acura, for bringing a wagon to the US market. I'm not a fan of the styling or powertrain options, but I sincerely hope this model is successful in order to convince automakers that there is a market for wagons in the US....even if it is a niche.
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