The 2014 Acura TSX is an entry level luxury car manufactured by Acura. , it was only in the United States and Canada sold, but since the 2009 model year, it was in Mexico. It will be sold in Guam and Puerto Rico.It in North America under the Acura luxury brand, which they sold in 2001 1996 filled the gap as Acura four-door, entry-level sedan when the Integra sedan was discontinued in Canada since put EL was the Integra sedan replacement there.The 2014 Acura TSX would also eventually replace the Acura RSX in the U.S. (which in turn succeeded the Acura Integra coupe. Between 2008 and 2013, the 2014 Acura TSX is the smallest vehicle in the Acura series, except it was Civic-based CSX and previous 1.6/1.7EL sold only in Canada.
2014 Acura TSX
In 2013, the smaller ILX introduced in both the United States and Canada, the Civic Platform. TSXs All in Sayama, Saitama, Japan. The 2014 Acura TSX is built badge CL-series Accord in Europe, Japan, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand sold Zealand.The developed TSX initially had a redesigned interior and different suspension tuning than the European Accord when it was introduced, but since 2008 the interior is now standardized for all three markets. Australia and New Zealand, the CL-series as the Accord Euro in the smaller mid-size bracket, where the American market Accord in the large car category is sold sold.
2014 Acura TSX Sport Wagon
In North America, the TSX is in addition to the mid-size luxury Acura TL, which is sold in the U.S. market Accord basis. Accord Euro in China was the end of 2009, where it is built by Dongfeng Honda launched the called Honda Spirior. Named as Touring Sportscar eXperimental, the 2014 Acura TSX was introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show as a production model.
2014 Acura TSX Release Date
2014 Acura TSX model year TSX’s powertrain consists of a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, six-speed manual, which is a special case featured, to order weight, and reduce. a front wheel drive A five-speed automatic transmission was a no-cost option in the U.S. based on MSRP, but not the case in Canada.