2013 Acura TSX Road Test and Review: Models and Prices
The 2013 Acura TSX is sold as a 4-door sedan ($31,405) or a 5-door station wagon ($32,755), without or without an optional Technology Package ($3,100). The Technology Package adds a voice-recognition navigation system with real-time traffic and weather, an Acura/ELS premium sound system with a 15-gig music hard drive, a reversing camera, and a GPS-linked solar-sensing automatic climate control system. This is how my TSX Sedan test car was equipped, painted Forged Silver Metallic and wearing a window sticker of $34,505.
Additionally, the TSX Sedan is offered in a TSX Special Edition trim level, and in a TSX V6 trim level. The Special Edition model adds $1,000 to the price of a base TSX, adding black Luxe Suede seats with red trim and red contrast-color stitching, red gauge lighting, red cabin illumination, silver metal pedals, silver paddle shifters, a black headliner, a body kit, polished aluminum wheel surfaces with gray pockets, and a “Special Edition” badge. A 6-speed manual gearbox is a no-charge option with this package, and is the only way to get a stick shift for a TSX.
The TSX Sedan can also be equipped with a V-6 engine that is packaged with the Technology Package plus perforated leather sport seats and 18-inch aluminum wheels for $40,045. As transformative as the V-6 engine and the larger wheels and tires might be, they’re not worth thousands of dollars in extra expense, in my opinion.