The 2007 Acura TSX comes standard with virtually all the features a buyer might want. The only major option is a navigation system, which is one of the best in the business—at least according to some reviewers consulted by TheCarConnection.com
Motor Trend reports that the Acura TSX also comes with "sport suspension, power everything, leather, sunroof, primo audio, and dual-zone A/C."
According to ForbesAutos, the Acura TSX 2007 comes with "a Bluetooth hands-free interface for cell phones; power moonroof; high-discharge Xenon headlamps; and leather upholstery" as standard. Then again, they point out that "some of the latest high-tech gadget features, like adaptive headlamps, are missing, however. Aside from the automatic transmission, the only factory option is a voice-activated navigation system."
Most reviewers also note that the navigation system is the only available factory option, and they focus on what that means for buyers. Edmunds points out that the navigation system is “simple to use, intuitive and recognized as one of the best in the industry." At ConsumerGuide, the feedback isn’t all positive regarding the nav system: "It absorbs some climate and audio functions, which can frustrate simple adjustments, and its voice recognition understands only clearly spoken, precisely worded commands."