2007 Acura TSX

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    Traded in my BMW Z4 for the TSX

    Jul 15, 2010 by: wolf8wolf
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    Just traded in my '06 BMW Z4 with 56k miles for an '07 TSX with 38,100 miles. Obviously the Acura is 300 pounds heavier with 10 less horses and 2 less cylinders, but I really have no complaints. It doesn't throw your head back like the Bimmer (talking about the 4 cylinder here), but I was sick of paying $320 PER tire for run flats (no space for a spare) that only lasted 20k miles. I can buy 4 decent tires for the Acura for what I used to pay for just one Bimmer tire! It's a good looking car (especially in the pearl white), handles relatively well (bear with me, I'm coming from a two seat roadster that sat a good 5 inches lower), and has all the accoutrements the Bimmer had (sans automatic headlights and the radio artist/song display.) PS-When I went to Spain in 2005, I saw a TSX over there and they sell them under the Honda Accord badge! Thought that was a riot that we pay for the expensive brand stateside. The TSX is very similar to the Accord interior's features, as well. I test drove an '08 Accord coupe 4 cylinder and was grossly disappointed in the pickup. The V6 is more peppier. But the TSX does just fine in 4 cylinder form. I got the extended warranty and hope to enjoy many years with this car.

    I love my TSX!

    Feb 24, 2008 by: AOL user
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    Best value in its class by far!

    Nov 02, 2007 by: jdjbhm
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    <p>Sporty luxury with style...lots of standard features you&#39;d pay thousands for in Lexus, Infiniti, BMW and the others. Performance is great for a 4 cylinder and reliability is first rate. Interior and exterior finishes are high quality. I get compliments everywhere I go - even from valets and mechanics! I&#39;ll never drive anything else!</p>

    Way overpriced and underpowered. In other words; its a McHonda...

    Nov 02, 2007 by: AOL user
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    <p>Its an Accord. Front-wheel drive. For around the same money a Subaru Legacy GT or a Mazdaspeed 6 should eat this econocar for breakfast.</p>

    Fabulous Five Stars

    Aug 09, 2007 by: michae1803
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    <p>I LOVE this car! We have a 5 speed 2007 automatic with Navigation. It is a fast, extremely responsive little sportscar-like sedan. Plenty of room. Made tight as a drum. A little pricey, but it&#39;s worth the extra. I also own a 2004 TL. This one has all the luxuries (and more) of the TL.</p>

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    Aug 06, 2007 by: AOL user
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