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Old 25 Aug 2007, 01:48 pm
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Default When will the new Acura TSX come out?

I am thinking about to get a new car. Acura TSX is my top choice. My friend asked me to get a Pre-owned Certified Acura as TSX has been out for several years. Otherwise, just wait a year or two for a new generation of TSX. What do you guys think of Pre-owned Certified Acura TSX?Please advise. Thanks!
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 01:54 pm
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After borrowing a TSX in automatic from the dealership for a day I realized that for $28,000+ it wasn't worth it. Have you had a test drive yet? You should try it out and asset how well you like it.I do like the looks of the TSX but for nearly 30,000 dollars you'd be better off with something that had more power.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:00 pm
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It's worth it. It has standard sunroof, heated seats, leather seats, 6-CD player, and other good features. Plus, Acura's will hardly ever die (I know people who have had over 300,000 miles on one, and it was still going). Look at the TSX, and if you do get it, get a spoiler, it makes the car so much better.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:08 pm
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I was at an Acura dealership the other day and they told me the new TSX won't be out until sometime in 2008.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:10 pm
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Well I'm not sure what your main question is, so I'll try to answer all of them. The new TSX should be out for the '08 model year, about the same time as the new Accord and a year before the next TL. With that said, do yourself a favor and don't get a TSX. Like someone above me said, they just aren't worth the price of admission. My 2 cents? Get an Accord. The TSX is called the Honda Accord in Japan and the American Honda Accord is a car called the Honda Inspire in Japan, a car one rung above the japanese Accord. What that means is that the TSX is less car for more money here in the U.S., and you can get just as nice a car that's just as sporty with V6 power for less than a TSX. Oh yeah, and if you wait for the new Accord, you won't be disapointed.
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 02:18 pm
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I don't think Acura has any plans yet for a new TSX as they just put out the RDX and are redoing the NSX soon. The TSX is a lot of money for not so much car.Why don't you go drive one? you'll find out how much they suck then.
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