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The model year TSX added an optional 3. For the model year, Acura introduced an all new Special Edition model. The exterior features a more aggressive front spoiler giving it a sporty look, reminiscent of their old sports coupe, the RSX. Other cosmetic upgrades include a rear bumper fascia, side sills, and a "Special Edition" badge on the trunklid.

In the cabin, Acura made sport-minded appointments including suede seat inserts with red backing. There is red stitching on the shift knob, seats, and steering wheel, along with red ambient lighting featured on the gauge cluster, overhead lighting, and footwell lighting.

The pedals have also been upgraded to aluminum. The engine is a 2. The transmission choices remain 5-speed automatic and 6-speed manual, though the automatic version now comes with steering-wheel paddle shifters for optional manual shifting. The TSX was slated to receive a high-performance 2. The vehicle was unveiled in New York Auto Show. Early models include 2.

Acura Canada decided not to sell the TSX Sport Wagon until an unspecified later date, citing market conditions as the reason for the delay. Changes to TSX Sport Wagon include a compact tire repair kit that allows for a significantly larger underfloor storage area.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety IIHS found the TSX to have an overall driver death of 7 deaths per million registered years, the 2nd lowest of midsize four-door cars, and both single-vehicle crash death rate and rollover death rate of 0.

The factory TSX is refashioned to be stiffer and lighter, and includes motor work with raised compression, and a custom built sequential transmission. TSX drivers finished in 3rd and 4th in the Drivers' Championship. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the North American model. Honda Accord Japan and Europe seventh generation. Intrinsic elements are looked up on the special interface JSX. By default, if this interface is not specified, then anything goes and intrinsic elements will not be type checked. However, if this interface is present, then the name of the intrinsic element is looked up as a property on the JSX. You can also specify a catch-all string indexer on JSX. Because these two types of value-based elements are indistinguishable from each other in a JSX expression, first TS tries to resolve the expression as Stateless Functional Component using overload resolution.

If the process succeeds, then TS finishes resolving the expression to its declaration. If that fails, TS will report an error. As the name suggests, the component is defined as JavaScript function where its first argument is a props object. TS enforces that its return type must be assignable to JSX. It is possible to define the type of a class component. However, to do so it is best to understand two new terms: If MyComponent was a factory function, the class type would be that function.

So again, in the case of an ES6 class, the instance type would be the type of an instance of that class, and in the case of a factory function, it would be the type of the value returned from the function. The element instance type is interesting because it must be assignable to JSX. ElementClass or it will result in an error. The first step to type checking attributes is to determine the element attributes type.

This is slightly different between intrinsic and value-based elements. For value-based elements, it is a bit more complex. It is determined by the type of a property on the element instance type that was previously determined. Which property to use is determined by JSX. It should be declared with a single property. The tight rear seat is another shortcoming. A wagon model is also available. Later years have a backup camera included with the optional navigation system.

The TSX was discontinued after the model year. Local Cars for Sale. Straddling the family- and upscale-sedan categories, the TSX is based on the smaller European-sold version of the Honda Accord. Modest power keeps it from being as exciting to drive as the best sports sedans, but agile handling and a slick manual gearbox help. Our major beef is the stiff ride.