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The TSX is a compact sports sedan in Acura’s lineup. Starting just below $30,000 for the sedan and just above $31,000 for the sport wagon version, the TSX is one of the less expensive options when it comes to Acura. Even though it is attractively priced, luxury cars are generally more costly for those trying to find affordable Acura TSX insurance.
New car buyers will want to look at associated costs like fuel economy and monthly insurance premiums. The base TSX sedan gets a fuel economy of 22/31, though if you’d like to learn more about how to save on car insurance read on.
Aggressive good looks, performance, and an above-average fuel-economy make the TSX an easy choice. It does well against other cars in its class. The 2011 TSX has seen slight improvements to fuel economy and a subtly more aggressive exterior design.
The TSX is available in three trims: the base, wagon, and V6. The base trim level and the wagon both sport a number of features and luxury options. They include: xenon headlights, sunroof, keyless entry, automatic climate control, 17 inch alloy wheels, leather seating, Bluetooth, and an impressive 7-speaker stereo system amongst other features.
The V6 adds a sportier engine, and better suspension to the mix. In addition to all this, the technology package can be added for an additional assortment of features such as:
On average, TSX owners have paid around $1,200 for their insurance premiums annually. It’s important to bear in mind that these rates will vary from driver to driver and even insurer to insurer.
That’s why it’s important to get quotes from various insurance companies. As a rule of thumb, get at least 3 quotes to compare and contrast. Not every insurance company will have the same rates, discounts or incentives. This way you can cherry pick which insurer gives you the best offer.
In addition to this, there are several factors that go into calculating a premium. Most importantly are usually things like driving history and location. A clean driving history denotes a conscientious driver, and will generally lower your insurance premium. If you are moving to a location that sees high volumes of traffic, you might see your rates increase, and vice versa.
The 2011 TSX hasn’t yet been rated by the IIHS or federal government; however the 2010 TSX is similar for these purposes. The 2010 TSX scored 5/5 stars on every single one of the federal government’s crash tests across the board. The IIHS also rated the 2010 TSX, and it received a top score of good for front and side crash tests, though it was never scored for roof strength tests. These ratings are important, because they could lower your insurance premium.
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