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7.0
/ 10
On Green
BASE INVOICE
$27,634
BASE MSRP
$29,610
On Green
The wagon’s fuel economy leads the wagon pack, and the 2011 Acura TSX sedan gets good mileage in four-cylinder form.
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21/30 mpg (base sedan, manual); 20/28 mpg (base sedan, automatic); Sport Wagon unrated, unofficially 22/30 mpg
EPA

18/27 mpg (V-6)
EPA

fuel economy is 'quite favorable'
Car and Driver

Now that fuel economy is on almost everyone's radar, the inline-Four power is probably less of a sales impediment too.
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Acura balances driving fun with fuel economy in the 2011 TSX.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) records the TSX’s fuel economy by body style and drivetrain. The 2011 Sport Wagon rates highly at 22/30 mpg; the sedan earns ratings of 20/28 mpg for the four-cylinder manual, while the automatic boasts 21/30 mpg.

The V-6 sedan still is rated at a fairly strong 18/27 mpg. It’s an especially good showing, considering the extra 79 horsepower on tap.

Acura offers no hybrid drivetrains with the TSX—or on any of its vehicles. A planned diesel version of the TSX sedan was canceled last year.

Conclusion

The wagon’s fuel economy leads the wagon pack, and the 2011 Acura TSX sedan gets good mileage in four-cylinder form.

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