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Acura Announces Pricing For 2004 TSX Sports Sedan

April 3, 2003

The 2004 Acura TSX sports sedan will be priced at $26,490 for both the 6-speed manual model and the 5-speed automatic model, when it goes on sale Apr. 3 at Acura dealers nationwide. The Acura Navigation System with Voice Recognition is the only available factory-installed option and is priced at $2,000. According to the company, the all-new Acura TSX sports sedan combines a 2.4-liter, 200-horsepower engine, drive-by-wire throttle control system and race-bred suspension with an ergonomic interior filled with the latest technology to deliver performance, refinement and style. Slotted in the Acura lineup between the RSX sports coupe and the 3.2 TL performance luxury sedan, the TSX is designed to compete with other premium sports sedans from Europe and Japan, says the company. The company says the body of the TSX offers best-in-class aerodynamics and crisp sports sedan lines. The interior is sporty yet refined with modern LED-illuminated instrumentation, intuitive controls, and a long list of standard luxury amenities including perforated leather seating, leather-wrapped three-spoke sport steering wheel with integrated audio and cruise control switches, dual-zone automatic climate control, power moonroof, 360-watt Acura 8-speaker Premium Sound System with 6-disc in-dash CD changer, power windows and door locks and keyless entry.
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