2009 Acura TXX review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 15 April 2008 , 07:04:57 byVeronica

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Acura TXX

Finally, Acura specialists have revealed the pricing list for their new 2009 TSX sports sedan. According to the manufacturer, the model will go on sale starting April 24th through Acura dealerships all around the country. The model will be available in two versions, the TSX and the TSX with Technology Package. The starting price for the first one was established at $28.960 and for the second one was established at $32.060. The new 2009 TSX will be available with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 5-speed automatic one for no additional charge. Destination and handling taxes ($715) are not included in the prices mentioned above. The 2009 Acura TSX features new technology and it is capable of better performance, offers additional comfort and enhanced safety, as it becomes one of the most desirable sedans in its class. Under the hood it hides an efficient i-VTEC DOHC 4-cylinder engine available with a choice of automatic or manual transmission. The carmaker hopes the 2009 Acura TSX will increase sales as the entry-level sports sedan. Its appeal was improved by handling, ride comfort, interior refinement, safety elements, improved fuel economy and lower Co2 emission level. The model also has a 1.3-inch longer wheelbase and 2.4-liter inches more overall length. Its new suspension provides more agile handling and improved ride quality. Some of the standard features provided include leather trim, power moon roof, HID headlights, Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and also a high power audio system with USB port connectivity. Acura offers a full line of technologically advanced performance luxury vehicles through a network of 268 dealers inside the US. The 2008 lineup features five distinctive models including the RL luxury performance sedan, the TL performance luxury sedan, the TSX sports sedan, the MDX luxury sport utility vehicle and the turbocharged RDX crossover SUV. This is all on the matter so far.