2008 Small Premium Cars Buyer Guide Lemoore CA
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2008 Small Premium Cars Buyer Guide
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This guide is a compiled list of the top-performing 2008-model year small premium cars in J.D. Power and Associates' key automotive research studies. The studies include the 2007 Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS), the 2007 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study, and the 2007 Initial Quality Study (IQS). All models are listed alphabetically by manufacturer.
Acura TSX: Based on the same platform shared with the European Honda Accord, the Acura TSX features a suspension tuned for performance and handling. While the 4-door TSX is the smallest Acura in the lineup, many consider it to be the sportiest model. The TSX offers standard leather seating, satellite radio, a power moonroof, and split fold-down rear seats. The only factory option is a navigation system. The standard engine is a 4-cylinder unit that earned EPA fuel-economy estimates of 20 mpg city/28 mpg highway, with the automatic transmission. In the 2007 IQS, which measures new-vehicle quality after 90 days of ownership, the Acura TSX ranked among the top three models in its segment. In crash testing conducted by the NHTSA, the Acura TSX earned 5-star ratings in the frontal-impact tests. Voice recognition was added to the navigation system for Hawaii residents in 2008.
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