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Old 02 Jul 2010, 09:16 am
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Default Will they Still have 2011 Acura Sedan?

I know the 2011 Wagon for the TSX is coming out. I was wondering if they will still have the sedan? Will the pricing of it still be 29k? Just wondering cause my parents are getting me a car. I would pass on a wagon for that kind of price. Plus there have not been any info on the 2011 TSX(not wagon). Thanks in advance!
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Old 02 Jul 2010, 09:31 am
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Absolutely! The TSX is based on the smaller Accord found in other countries. Being a resident of Ohio here in the states, the make the TSX here @ the Marysville plant and although they may also produce it elsewhere, they definitely are not going to delete it from the market as plain as day, we must face it: WAGONS ARE UGLY!!! I see these people that pay an extremely high price because "I gotta have a Beemer to feel good about myself" and they would never be caught dead in a car like a Hyundai or even a Ford. But, they then choose to buy a wagon... Bad news bears because, that car is UGLY! As of right now, I have read nothing, seen no news and have been watching for changes to cars I like. I like the TSX very much, although I may purchase an Accord with more options rather than buy a less decked out TSX, for the same amount of money since Honda doesn't have that caché factor that is found with Acura. Good luck and God bless as you choose (if you're in the market) and just remember, Honda makes arguably the most bulletproof car available!
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Old 02 Jul 2010, 09:46 am
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Yes the tsx will be offered still in the sedan. I own a 06 tsx and my mom owns a 08 honda accord ex-v6. Her accord does not have all the goodies my tsx has. If you get the 4 cylinder accord you get even less extras. My 06, bought new 11/06, now has almost 108,000 problem free miles. I also own a 05 hyundai elantra gt and owned a 05 honda civic ex-se, both bought new. I got rid of the civic, one problem after another. I still have the hyundai with almost 100,000 miles. It is very nice of your parents to buy you a car but I hope they make you pay something (insurance, gas, upkeep)
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Old 02 Jul 2010, 10:01 am
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absolutely. I went and checked out the ZDX a few months ago when it came out and they said that they were actually going to expanding the mix of cars they carry, not have less. the tsx and zdx were the two new ones out this year and next expect some new ones in the future after 2011.
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