Powertrain, fuel economy, fit and finish, front-seat comfort.
Ride, steering feel, rear seat.
The TSX is an enjoyable and mildly sporty car, and available as either a sedan or wagon. Its smooth-revving engine, slick transmission, and agile handling make it enjoyable to drive. But vague steering ultimately limits its sporting appeal. We got a respectable 25 mpg overall from the 2.4-liter four-cylinder. The taut ride can be busy at low speeds. Road noise is noticeable, but the cabin is otherwise quiet. The supportive front seats are well shaped, but rear-seat room is tight. Standard equipment levels are generous, and the interior is well finished. A 3.5-liter V6 is optional on the sedan.