Last post on Jun 12, 2008 at 9:25 AM
You are in the Acura TSX
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Acura TSX, Diesel, Sedan
#27 of 33 Re: diesel tsx [nj2pa2nc]
Apr 06, 2008 (11:50 pm)
I think they do have MT in the european diesel hondas.
They do. They don't have an automatic option in any diesel Honda.
#28 of 33 Diesel TSX will be 2010 model year
Apr 24, 2008 (1:30 pm)
Talked to a dealer today. He said the 2009 TSX has just arrived - and ready to test drive. Also said that Honda has told them diesel and 6 cylinder will be available one year from now - on the 2010 TSX.
#29 of 33 Re: Diesel TSX will be 2010 model year [repoman1]
Apr 25, 2008 (4:47 am)
test drove the 09 while my 06 was being serviced. It was a basque red pearl 6MT/w tech package. Wish it had a different front grill (I guess it is something you have to get used to). I was impressed on the way it handled.
Unless diesel prices come down- I do not think it is going to be a great seller. For the driving I do the 4-cylinder tsx works for me. I do mostly highway driving,get great gas mileage with enough power on my 6MT.
#30 of 33 Re: Diesel TSX will be 2010 model year [repoman1]
May 04, 2008 (9:47 am)
Unless there's a shift in typical MY changeover the 09 TSX will have an 18 mo run. Other than launch years, the TSX MY changeover takes place in Nov. so don't look for any changes till 11/09. The diesel addition might be the only change at that time.
#31 of 33 Re: Diesel TSX will be 2010 model year [biker4]
Jun 10, 2008 (1:46 pm)
Any good guess what the expected mileage of this TSX diesel will be here in the US? I am sure we can look at this CDI engine implementation in Europe and come up with a fair approximation. Any one here has done this research? Can we expect to get 40mgp or higher on the highway with the four cylinder diesel?
#33 of 33 Re: Diesel TSX will be 2010 model year [flats]
Jun 12, 2008 (9:25 am)
Thanks for sharing this link. It was a good read. Looks like the diesel offering will see light of day in early to mid 2009 as a 2010 model. Based on here and other site readings, I believe diesel will start off in Acura line and then tinkle down to Honda lineup 1-2 years later.