2012 Acura TSX Pricing Increased by $200, Special Edition Announced

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Acura has revealed that both the TSX sedan and Sport Wagon models will be $200 more expensive, at the same time releasing information on the TSX Special Edition model with sportier looks.
A base TSX now starts at $29,810, but that doesn’t take into account the destination charge, which pushes prices uncomfortably past the $30,000 threshold. Most of the cars you’ll actually want to buy sit between $30,000 and $32,000, with the TSX Sport Wagon starting at $31,160.

Pricing for the Special Edition start at $30,810, which is only a grand more than the standard car. The model will bring sportier looks, thanks to a an updated front spoiler, rear fascia, and side sills and 17-inch five-spoke aluminum wheels. Inside, there’s aluminum pedals, a black headliner and seats with black suede to look at.

"With a sub-$30,000 starting point, the Acura TSX represents a great value for customers entering the luxury market," said Jeff Conrad, vice president of Acura sales. "Recently named US News and World Report's Best Upscale Small Car for Families, the TSX is great for families and with a sporty new Special Edition, it now has even more appeal for youthful, performance-minded buyers."
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