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Acura Introduces the 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon.

Posted in Acura, Audi, Cadillac, New Cars, Newsworthy by MrAngry | October 29th, 2010 | 5 Responses |

Maybe it’s because I grew up in a time before SUVs, or maybe it’s because we always had one in the driveway, either way though it doesn’t matter because I LOVE station wagons. To me they really are the perfect vehicle, as they combine everything you need from a big SUV with the sporty performance of a nice 4-door sedan. Up until the mid-1980’s there really were no SUV’s on the road, just station wagons. Then in 1984 the SUV showed up and dominated the market for about 20 years, crossovers are out there as well, but I don’t much care for those. The above video gives us our first look at the new 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon and I must say that from a wagon guys point of view, I really like it. The wagon will start life with the base 201 hp inline-4 from the base Acura TSX sedan, but will hopefully then graduate to the 280 hp V6. Keep in mind that with wagon offerings from Cadillac in the form of the base CTS Sports Wagon and Audi’s A4 and A6 Avant’s, that Acura is going to have their work cut out for them to gain a foothold in this segment of the market.

Source: Youtube.com

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5 Responses

  1. Ladon says:

    It looks to be front wheel drive from the video, which sucks imo, The front wheels seem to be spinning alot faster then the rear around the corner.

  2. Set says:

    I noticed the exact same thing when I watched it.

  3. eddie_454 says:

    i dont think they have a true awd system like audi,but their SH system is close. its more or less a stretched hot hatch,the slooping roof line looks great too.

  4. eddie_454 says:

    true NO AWD ,sorry.wow what a bummer they almost had something there.

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