Acura TSX for Sale by Owner


Honda introduced the first Acura TSX in 2004. It was a sporty sedan and a step up from more traditional family vehicles. The first year model was a popular choice for singles but its somewhat stiff ride and lack of interior space made it a tougher sell to couples with children. These issues were eliminated in the second generation of the vehicle which was produced beginning in 2009. This edition was larger overall with a roomier interior and smoother ride.

A used Acura TSX from 2004 to 2009 only had one engine offering, that being the 2.4 liter, 4 cylinder, generating 200 horsepower. While the 4 cylinder was praised for its smooth running nature and overall reliability in true Honda fashion, some drivers were looking for more power. With this, in 2010, a 3.5 liter, V6 with the capability of 280 horsepower was made available. The V6 was mated with a standard 5 speed automatic transmission and the 4 cylinder could be paired with it as well, or be replaced with an optional 6 speed manual transmission.

If you are considering the purchase of a used Acura TSX you should be advised that in 2006 many changes were implemented to the front and rear fascia's styling and the 4 cylinder engine was upgraded to 205 horsepower. Also in that year, and going forward, other features such as a MP3 auxiliary jack, driver seat memory and Bluetooth capabilities were added.

A used Acura TSX carries with it a reputation of reliability and good value.

Starting MSRP: $30,510 Estimated MPG: 19 City / 27 Hwy
Available Trims: Base, Technology Package Base Engine: 2.4L 4 Cylinder
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