Sean Traynor | FreePressIndex.com http://www.freepressindex.com/profile-180149/Sean-Traynor If you’re Canadian and looking to find great savings in Acura used cars please check out *, they provide Canadians with an alternative option in buying American used cars for sale. With the Canadian dollar being so high, American Acura CSX used cars for sales are much cheaper than ones sold in Canada. Acura csx used cars http://www.freepressindex.com/article-acura-csx-used-cars-360583.html Mon, 12 Dec 2011 13:00:00 GMT Acura used cars like the CSX is the latest and most recent entry level model that the luxury brand has developed for the public. The Acura CSX is basically a nicer version of the Honda Civic, but with more whistle and bells to play with. The CSX competes against the likes of the Audi A3 2.0T, BMW 128i, Volvo C30 and the Mini Cooper but lacks the same sort of acceleration that these others models produce. Even thou the CSX may lack the acceleration of its competitor’s models, it makes all that up with its reputation as a great vehicle to own. My research will be on the Acura CSX as a used vehicle to look at.I looked at a 2008 CSX. This vehicle is a four door sedan but is made for a small family. I also found the seats to be very uncomfortable while driving. I found the digital dash board and different gauges to be easy to read and designed sharply. I found the drive to be quite good. I found that the CSX handles quite well on city and highway driving when testing the vehicle. I found the cabin space to be tight if your over six feet tall.I found two fuel statistics for the automatic and manual transmissions that the Acura CSX has to offer. The automatic transmission had a fuel rating of 9.5-litres, per 100km, for city driving and 6.5-litres, per 100km for highway driving. The manual transmission had a fuel rating of 8.7-litres, per 100km for city driving and 6.4-litres, per 100km for highway driving. I also found a fuel rating for the Type-S model. The Type-S had a fuel rating of 10.2-litres, per 100km, for city driving and 6.8-litres, per 100km for highway driving.I found several different engine sizes for the various models the Acura CSX has to offer. The base model has a four cylinder, 2.0-litre engine and this produces 155 horsepower, with 139 pounds per feet of torque. The Type-S has 197 horsepower and comes in either a manual or automatic transmission.Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of the Acura CSX as a used vehicle:1- There have been complaints by owners of bad rear suspension when investigating at CSX web forums.2- Used cars like the Acura CSX has never taken a crash test from the two leading organization in the U.S...3- It’s gotten a good rating as a used vehicle to own by a leading online consumer watch dog.I hope this helps if you’re looking at Acura used cars like the CSX. Cars