Acura is increasing pricing on its TSX sedan and Sport Wagon by $200 across the lineup, while maintaining a below-$30,000 starting point for the model.
Of course, that sub-$30,000 price point only counts if you exclude the $885 destination fee along with other taxes and surcharges, which Acura does. Technically, a base TSX starts at $29,810, but buyers will pay more than that once all the standard fees are factored in, pushing the price just above $30,000.
Most TSX models will start between $30,000 and $32,000, with the TSX Sport Wagon starting at $34,810. Opt for the V-6, and prices jump to $35,350 and $38,450 with the Technology Package, again not including destination and fees.
For 2012, Acura will offer a new Special Edition model for $30,810 with either a five-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission. The Special Edition will have unique badging, a sportier look thanks to an updated front spoiler, rear fascia, and side sills; and 17-inch five-spoke aluminum wheels. The interior features a black headliner, seats with black suede inserts and red backing, and aluminum pedals. Red stitching and red lighting are also part of the interior.
The TSX doesn't change much, but like almost all things these days, it will dent your wallet just a bit more.