Acura TSX Sports Wagon Debut at 2010 New York Auto Show

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Acura is set to unveil its new 2011 Acura TSX Sports Wagon during the 2010 New York Auto Show. Unlike the sport wagons of yesterday, the TSX Sports Wagon appears to have been designed with weekend vacationers and golfers in mind. The five-passenger model features a large cargo space that has a removal side panel to make room for wider items. The TSX Sports Wagon isn't without the usual technology.

It sports a hard-drive based navigation system with real-time traffic and weather, and unlike the TSX sedan, the wagon will be available with only one powertrain, the 2.4-liter, 201-hp, five-speed automatic. The wagon's fuel economy is also unchanged from the sedan's 21 mpg city/30mpg highway numbers.

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