With a revised 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces a little less horsepower and a bit more torque, the longer and wider second-generation Acura TSX doesn't promise to be any faster than the first. It does, however, boast more muscular styling, more in-cabin technology and increased fuel economy (up to 30 mpg highway). Standard equipment includes Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port for digital music integration, while the options list features a navigation system with traffic and weather info, plus a version of the automaker's impressive DVD-Audio sound system. The TSX is scheduled for a spring arrival.
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