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2006 Acura TSX OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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Very good car. Barley any trouble out of it.
What I like most about the car is that it is very reliable and nice looking. They hold their value very good if you should ever decide to sell the car. I also think that the brand of the car says a lot too. The brand is known to make very good cars that hold up well throughout the years. I haven’t had any trouble out of the car since I bought it from a friend. Before that, he had gotten it from his father. The car is actually ten+ years old, and it is still going. As long as you take care of the car, and keep up with maintenance, you shouldn’t really have any problems out of this car. I would for sure buy another car like this one should anything happens to it. I have had many people offer to buy this car from me -- that is how good this car is. I very much enjoy this car. Smooth driving and quiet. There is nothing that I don’t like about this car.
This car zips!
I love that I was able to search and wait until I found a manual transmission. It makes the car so fun to drive, with great engine response, handling, and overall fairly little road noise. This car can really zip! Additionally, it's super well made and has low ongoing maintenance costs. In almost three years of ownership, I have only had to buy a one new belt, one new battery, and two new tires. Otherwise, it's just been regular oil changes/recommended maintenance at the mileage markers. I've had no computer malfunctions or other issues (but to be fair they did fix the car's air conditioning at the dealership as a condition of purchase). The seats are leather and have numerous adjustment options so that this car is actually comfortable to sit in and to drive. I was even able to drive 12+ hour days on a cross-country road trip without body fatigue! The stereo and surround sound speakers are great...the car bumps when I want it to! Additionally, the car has high safety ratings and includes stability control and front, side, and overhead airbags. When I've driving in poor driving conditions, such as heavy rain or snow, the car has performed well, automatically slowing down in response to any loss of stability and helped me always maintain control of the vehicle. Additionally, it uses a timing chain instead of a timing belt, which means one less expensive replacement part to deal with (you'll get way more miles out of a timing chain than a belt).