This car is great! I originally had a Honda Accord '99 for 13 years. This is much like a luxury Honda. Great thing is it has all the technology perks. Bluetooth, satellite radio, GPS,etc. I test drove BMWs, Infinity, Lexus... I was not impressed by them. Most of them cost more and don't have a standard technology package. Plus upkeep on Acuras are minimal. I plan on keeping this car for a long time. The ride is really smooth and aesthetically, it looks great! Love my new Ac!!!
My 08 TSX
2008 Acura TSXgoose - Roseville, CA06/30/2009
Very fine overall vehicle in terms of initial
Pleased with performance, economy, fit & finish,
comfort, handling, etc.
IF I could make an improvement, some of the interior dashboard features could be streamlined
a bit (for ease of use). The navigation features
will take some time to get used to. The manual is
way too complicated in terms of being user friendly.
This car is great. It's a little know gem. The looks are very generic, and it won't draw much attention. The ride, however, is 1st class--as good as any premium car. The milage is great, and the HP is just over 200. The HP to weight factor makes it a joy to drive. If you want a premium car that appeal to the driver, and are less concerned about external style, this is a real value.
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