How long will a 2010 Acura TSX last?
The Acura TSX is a highly reliable and durable car that can last between 250,000 – 300,000 miles when properly maintained and driven conservatively. Based on driving 15,000 miles per year, you can expect the TSX to last 17 – 20 years before requiring uneconomical repairs or breaking down.
Is the TSX V6 fast?
It’s quick. Acura says the V6 TSX will hit 60 mph in around 7 seconds, but it feels quicker–especially after driving a four-cylinder TSX.
Does the 2010 TSX have VTEC?
For 2010, the 2.4-liter DOHC i-VTEC® inline four-cylinder engine remains as the standard engine. The engine offers good acceleration while generating excellent fuel efficiency.
Does a 2010 Acura TSX have a turbo?
A torquey and fuel-efficient 2.2-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine is bound for the TSX as possibly a late 2010 model.
Why did Acura stop making the TSX?
The Acura TSX was discontinued in 2014 They were similar in size and both had a luxury feel, but were beginning to feel outdated. Instead, Acura decided to make a bold move and combine the models into one performance-focused entry-level luxury vehicle: the TLX.
Is Acura more expensive to fix than Honda?
Acura vehicles are more expensive to repair and maintain than Honda vehicles. Since models in the Acura lineup offer more features than Honda models, it is no surprise that they cost more to repair. Generally, the annual maintenance for Honda vehicles cost $428, while the maintenance of Acura vehicles cost $501.
Does 2010 Acura TSX need premium gas?
The engine computer will retard the timing when it detects knocks from regular fuels. The horsepower and MPG’s will decrease. Yes, Honda Accord, CRV, and TSX have the 2.4L same engine. You can use a regular.
How much does it cost to Turbo a TSX?
The is always supercharging for $4400+labor from comptech (about 260-270hp and 200-210 tq at the crank).
Is the Acura TSX a V6?