Short for Touring Sportscar eXperimental, the Acura TSX was a brilliantly made vehicle that combined classy styling (both inside and out) with high-end standard features, a competent and reliable engine, and sporty suspension. First generations were equipped with a 4-cylinder engine making 205hp, controls for audio and cruise control on the steering wheel, seat position memory, and Bluetooth. Second generations saw an optional V6 engine that makes 280hp, and all the options mentioned above plus leather seats, dual-zone climate control, navigation with traffic and weather, and many more. Thanks to the reliability and dependability of Acura TSX parts, this car has a long life on the road - something you'd expect from a Honda brand. Though it's not all things to all people, if offers a very compelling choice for any buyer looking to get a piece of the entry-level luxury market without paying the high prices expected from European imports. Fun fact: in 2006, CNN ranked it highest in a "Best Resale Value Cars" article; that year was also the best for sales of the TSX at over 38,000 units sold.