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2004 Acura TSX Compact Sports Sedan

By Sandra Kinsler and Brian Leshon   

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New Car Profile of the 2004 Acura TSX Compact Sports Sedan

Description: Compact sports sedan
Model options: TSX M/6, TSX A/5
Base MSRP Range: TSX M/6 - $ 26,490, TSX A/5 - $ 26,490

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Wheelbase: 105.1 inches
Overall length: 183.3 inches
Engine size: DOHC 2.4-L I4
Transmissions/speeds: Manual/6, Auto/5 Sequential SportShift
Rear/front drive: Front
Steering: Power rack and pinion
Braking: Power 4-disc, ABS/TCS/VSA
Air bags: 2 (front), 2 (side), 4 (side curtain)
EPA mileage est. city/hwy: M/6 - 21/29 mpg, A/5 - 22/31 mpg

With careful attention to our hold on that plump little steering wheel, we're driving a precise line on the descent of California's route 33 through Wheeler Gorge to Ojai because the cliff on the right drops off for at least a thousand feet and we can see from squiggly pavement ahead a seemingly endless string of dicey curves, curves, and more curves.

That's okay, though, because we're cinched hard against the bolstered seat while working the six-speed manual shifter's stick and pushing the drive-by-wire throttle toward a rather tall redline to test the temper of the latest luxury sports sedan for the compact class.

A trunk tag labels it as the TSX by Acura, the line of performance and luxury vehicles derived from Honda of Japan.

TSX fills a new parking space in Acura's garage, fitting in size and price between the larger 3.2TL mid-size luxury sedan and that race-bred ripper of a compact hatchback coupe, RSX.

It stocks four doors and seats for as many as five riders with deluxe appointments in the cabin such as the sporty buckets clad in perforated leather, a leather-wrapped steering wheel rigged with tabs to run the stereo and cruise control, plus a twin-zone automatic climate system, power moonroof, keyless entry and premium audio gear.

There's a rigid chassis saddled with a front-mounted engine directing all power to the two front wheels.

To set a hard edge on the handling department, TSX gets a suspension derived from Honda's Formula One racing experience with double wishbones posted over all wheels.

Precise rack and pinion steering comes with the package, plus big disc brakes on wheels capped by 17-inch Mic...

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2004 Acura TSX Sports Sedan

By Sandra Kinsler and Brian Leshon   

New Car Profile of the 2004 Acura TSX Sports sedan

Description: Sports sedan
Base MSRP Range: $26,490-$28,490
Invoice Price Range: $24,147-$25,967

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Acura's new sports sedan fits in the compact class and comes with a forceful four-cylinder engine that runs up to 200 hp and links to a sporty six-speed manual stick or five-speed Sequential SportShift automatic. It's fun to drive but has the practical advantage of a four-door format and seats for five in a plush cockpit.

Yes, the chassis comes from the European version of Honda's Accord and the wedge-shaped body of TSX carries many of that Accord's fixtures including the basic sheetmetal, headlamps and taillights plus flank mirrors and door handles. Yet the prow holds Acura's five-sided grille with xenon HID lamps installed as well as expanded air intakes in the lower fascia. And the cabin gets the luxurious treatment of an Acura with bolstered sport bucket seats clad in perforated leather, a leather-wrapped sport steering wheel rigged with tabs to operate the stereo and cruise control, plus a twin-zone automatic climate system, power moonroof, keyless entry and premium audio gear.

Front buckets have concealed heat elements inside, by the way, and a voice-recognition system is on the list of options for controlling navigation, ventilation and audio equipment. Engine is the Honda 2.4-liter four-in-line tied to the advanced i-VTEC system with computer-controlled intelligence for regulating camshaft phasing to boost performance and fuel economy. An elevated 10.5:1 compression ratio pushes output to 200 hp for extra kicks. Acura's VSA stability system is included, as are 17-inch alloy wheels with P215/50R17 all-season performance tires.

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