The Honda Accord Euro is a brilliant car, after all, it won car of the year here in Australia, but some owners have criticised the car for lacking power.
Now Honda has addressed that issue unveiling the Acura TSX V6 (known to us as the Accord Euro) which will utilise the same 3.5-litre, V6 powerplant as found in the larger TL (Accord) sedan.
Providing 208kW through the front wheels, with 344Nm on tap via a five-speed automatic transmission, the V6 model also features upgraded sports suspension, bigger wheels and tyres and upgraded brakes.
A leather interior, tilt/slide sunroof and Bluetooth have also been made standard equipment.
Pricing (and Australian avilability) has not yet been released.