The 2015 Acura TSX is compact luxury sedan available in base (available with cylinder or V6 engine) and Special Edition (cylinder) trim levels. 2015 Acura TSX wagon body style (Sport Wagon) to be reviewed separately. The 2015 Acura TSX standard equipment includes 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lamps, heated mirrors, automatic xenon headlights, sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, 8t-way power driver seat, memory configuration driver, passenger power seat four-way heated front seats, rear seats 60/40-split-folding column tilt and telescopic steering. Other comfort and convenience features include auto-dimming rearview mirror, Bluetooth connectivity and an audio system with seven-speaker CD player, satellite radio, auxiliary audio input jack and a USB port.
The 2015 Acura TSX Special Edition is the same, but adds a front spoiler plus a unique rear bumper fascia and wheels different side skirts aggressive-looking ,. Internally, the special edition has a faux-suede seats stitching, red interior, lighting red cabin, aluminum is moving, bright silver and black trim elements Headliner.
2015 Acura TSX basis for the engine cylinders, the optional Technology package a 8-inch screen, rearview camera, navigation system, voice and 10-speaker premium audio system with surround sound is obtained. The TSX V6 from the Technology package.
2015 Acura TSX Interior
In 2015 Acura TSX , you will find a design that is pleasing to be made of soft-touch materials. At first glance, the script seems to be covered by an indecipherable mass of buttons, but a short time, using these controls are fairly intuitive. The screen display and audio system looks rather down market, however, so it is wise to leave the schedule gave the best aesthetic and performance easier. The premium audio system can highly recommend Els available.
The 2015 Acura TSX front seats are comfortable and supportive. The back seat is roomier than some of its rivals, although higher occupants will want more legroom. 14 cubic feet of trunk room is better than average, and the backs of the 40-split-folding rear seats 60 / it is possible to increase the volume of cargo when the need arises.
2015 Acura TSX Powertrains
2015 Acura TSX sedan is available with a choice of two engines. The cylinder 2.4-liter puts out 201 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque (172 lb-ft when equipped with the manual transmission), while the 3.5-liter V6 produces 280 horsepower and 254 pound-feet. A five-speed automatic transmission with manual shift paddles and front-wheel drive standard on all models with a six-speed manual gearbox is also available as an option with the engine cylinder.
The 2015 Acura TSX old engine cylinder and manual transmission accelerated to 60 mph from a standstill in 7.7 seconds a little remarkable. With automatic transmission, 0-60 seconds. The V6 quick to send more competitive 0-60 time of 6.4 seconds.
Estimated fuel economy EPA for TSX-cylinder sedan with automatic transmission are combined 26 mpg (22 mpg city / 31 mpg highway). This is a decent section, although some competitors with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine even better. With manual transmission 2015 Acura TSX drops cylinder 24 combined mpg (21/29). Numbers V6-powered sedan fall outside the 23 combined mpg (19/28).
2015 Acura TSX Safety
Standard safety equipment on the 2015 Acura TSX include anti-lock brakes, traction control, stability control, active front head restraints, side airbags in the front seats and full-length side curtain airbags. Technology package installed rearview camera. In testing, both four- and six-cylinder versions of the TSX was stopped from 60 mph in 133 feet; comparable in the entry luxury sedans we’ve tested have braking distances that there is a significant 10-15 feet shorter.
In crash tests conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the TSX received a top rating of “good” in offset moderate directly overlap, the energy of the roof side impact test. In testing the small offset frontal pass, get the second lowest rating of “marginal”. The 2015 Acura TSX design your seat / head prevent rated “good” for protection against whiplash in rear impacts.