The compact TSX joined the Acura lineup in 2004, and has since then made a strong case to buyers looking for athletic manners and premium character in a sensible sedan. Its standard four-cylinder and optional V6 engines provide competitive performance for this class of car, but its strongest asset might be features-for-the-money.
Not many cars at this price have standard xenon headlamps or heated leather seats with memory. The TSX also benefits from dignified exterior styling and high-quality materials throughout the interior. The current generation, which debuted in 2009, also comes as a sport wagon with 61 cubic feet of cargo space.