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Acura Announces 2011 TSX Sport Wagon To Arrive In Fall 2010

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Back in August we brought you news that Acura was considering a TSX wagon for the U.S., and today, Acura has confirmed that it will indeed be bringing the car Stateside by late 2010.

Known elsewhere in the world as the Accord Euro Touring wagon, the Acura version will be called the TSX Sport Wagon. The TSX Sport Wagon will join the slightly larger 2010 Acura ZDX crossover as a new form factor for the notoriously small brand.

Adding a bit more utility to the already very good TSX sedan makes a lot of sense, especially as crossovers and their spiritual ancestors--wagons--worm they way back into the hearts of Americans.

Though the TSX is a notch down in size from cars like the 2010 Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon and the 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate, it's premium positioning and slightly lower pricing might make it more attractive to younger buyers looking for an aspirational purchase.

No details on the car have yet been revealed, but expect it to be a doppelganger for the TSX sedan, with similar or identical powertrain and options packages, including the available 201-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder and 280-horsepower V-6 engines.

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  1. Woot woot! This was a no brainer idea & should have been done loooong ago.
     
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  2. Can't wait to see which sells more: the TSX wagon or the Accord Crosstour.
     
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  3. Would love to see a 6MT version of the TSX wagon, but I fear it'll be auto only in the U.S.
     
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  4. Thanks Mr Mendel and Mr Watts. Been waiting a long time for this. I hope to replace my trusty 93 Accord wagon with this when they came. I hope could still get 6MT with this. If you could justify 6MT TL then this should be justifiable also.
     
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  5. So now, Honda takes one step forward after many steps back lately and gives us something that isn't as useless as the ZDX 4-door coupe and gives us the practicallity we wanted all along. Thank you Honda.
     
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  6. I will give up my '06 Volvo V50 T5 AWD for the V-6 version of this vehicle. Nobody beats Honda for interior functionality and longterm reliability. I can't wait. (Frankly, it renews my faith in the American car market.)
     
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  7. Great news -- the Crosstour was ugly to my eyes, so this wagon is now on the short list
     
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  8. I want one but only with the I4 and a manual transmission, 5 or 6 speed. Im ready to order one now.
     
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