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Times for the 2002 prelude SH range from 7.7 to 6.9 zero to 60 from magazines. Their times are often recorded with very wide margin. Nobody here thinks you're funny, and any laughs are only aimed at your foolishness or pity laughs. I'm starting to think you don't really own a car or know how to drive, because you're being very juvenile. Wait 2 years and get your driving permit.
 

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TeC said:
Times for the 2002 prelude SH range from 7.7 to 6.9 zero to 60 from magazines. Their times are often recorded with very wide margin. Nobody here thinks you're funny, and any laughs are only aimed at your foolishness or pity laughs. I'm starting to think you don't really own a car or know how to drive, because you're being very juvenile. Wait 2 years and get your driving permit.
Honda doesn't build/sell the Prelude anymore. That was a small car with next to no back seat; it used a small "high tech" 4 cylinder and still didn't get much in the way of gas mileage.

I've posted THREE recent magazine tests for the TSX.
 

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So? Does it look like people are happy you are so well informed?
 

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Most people here are smarter than you. They just don't care as much to talk to you as you care to find things wrong with the TSX.
 

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Review of your posts, and the fact that you keep talking here when clearly, nobody likes you. Not many people are dumb enough to waste hours of their lives posting in a forum where nobody likes you.
 

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You've yet to write one thing that is both intelligent and objective...


So who cares? We don't care about your comparisons, and it doesn't make you inteligent either comparing other cars. What would be next? Chevy Cavalier?
 

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You've yet to write one thing that is both intelligent and objective...


So who cares? We don't care about your comparisons, and it doesn't make you inteligent either comparing other cars. What would be next? Chevy Cavalier?
"objective?"

The MULTIPLE links/road test results I've posted aren't objective?

How about the EPA's fuel mileage test results/ratings? Are those objective?
 

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This Trailblazer weighs ~ 4,600 pounds, uses a 4 speed AUTOMATIC, has all wheel drive and the frontal profile (aerodynamically) of a small tool shed!.:

TRAILBLAZER:

0 - 60: 7.7seconds
1/4 mile: [email protected] 89 MPH

http://www.mpt.org/motorweek/reviews/rt2033.shtml

TSX:

0 -60: 7.6 seconds
1/4 mile: 15.9 @ 90 MPH

http://www.mpt.org/motorweek/reviews/rt2235a.shtml

Pretty cool considering it's an SUV, but still trailblazer is still a trailblazer. Nothing special. I mean come on, do you want to have lots of chicks? I don't think they'll really think trailblazer is good looking SUV. Even honda element IMO looks alot better than it. And yes, TSX is a bit slow for it's PRICE and gets bad milage, but still, it's a good car. It might not be the best, but good.
 

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Re: Re: Chevy Trailblazer vs. TSX

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Pretty cool considering it's an SUV, but still trailblazer is still a trailblazer. Nothing special. I mean come on, do you want to have lots of chicks? I don't think they'll really think trailblazer is good looking SUV. Even honda element IMO looks alot better than it. And yes, TSX is a bit slow for it's PRICE and gets bad milage, but still, it's a good car. It might not be the best, but good.
Any WOMAN I would be interested in wouldn't be shallow enough to judge me based on the car I drive. And the few I've dated in the past with whom I had TRULY had things in common with APPRECIATED ballsy performance cars...

Ever drive a ballsy performance car?:D

I wonder how impressed "the chick" is going to be when a big SUV stays glued right to the bumper of your "performance" sedan?:confused: I suspect that she'll be more AMUSED than impressed.;)
 

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NIGHTHAWK-TSX said:
This post is stupid and juvenile. You might as well compare a Ford Focus to a Ferrari 360. Stupid isn't it!
Not really...

The price spread between a Trailblazer and a TSX isn't all that great....And the Trailblazer is very common vehicle.

And the TSX SHOULD be faster; after all, it's a "Wall Street Racer" while the Trailblazer is just an everyday SUV.
 

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Don't respond to him. Don't read his posts. That's the best way to make him lose interest so he'll go back to his little stash of porn and hot wheels that he claims to drive.
 

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NIGHTHAWK-TSX said:
Chevy Trailblazer-S U V
Acura TSX-entry level luxury sedan

Ford Focus-econo-box
Ferrari 360-high performance sports car

Dumb comparison.
But one would EXPECT the Ferrari to walk away from the Focus because the Ferrari is a PERFORMANCE CAR.

Acura claims the TSX is a performance car ("Wall Street RACER"), yet it's no quicker than a COMMON, 4,600 pound, 4X4, auto tranny, 6 cylinder SUV. :confused: :eek:

The typical person would NOT expect that. And therein lies the point of this thread. :)

The domestics build some junk - no doubt about it. But they also build some damn powerful and remarkably efficient powertrains.:D

And I am CERTAIN that more than a few people on this board have been surprised by that FACT.
 
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