The well-received, but slow-selling RSX hasn't hasn't been the Integra-size hit that Acura was hoping for. Plus, they see that the compact is muddling their brand image and competing with well-equipped Civics. So it's off to the boneyard for the little front-drive sportster, which was probably the closest thing to CRX we've seen since, well, the CRX itself. Meanwhile, look for a possible coupe version of the TSX as a replacement in the lineup, albeit at a higher price-point.
Moving Upscale [AutoWeek]
Acura Introduces A-SPEC TSX Concept at SEMA Show [Internal]