We had an Acura TSX for a while, until some idiot blew a red light and we T-boned him at 50mph. My wife and I both walked away. Couple visits to the chiropractor is all. Gotta hand it to Acura, they make an incredibly safe car. We ended up not replacing it with another Acura only because we decided we wanted something a little bigger, but coming from a TDI wagon, you're at about the same size. We got a Grand Cherokee, which had so many problems it ended up being bought back by Chrysler after lawyers got involved. After that, we did the ultimate safe thing and leased a CR-V, which was reliable, but that's the only good thing I have to say about it. I'm a driving enthusiast, and thought I'd pretty much hate the TSX wagon - I bought it because I wanted to put my wife and child in a safe, luxury wagon since we were coming out of a Saab 9-5 and they weren't making any more - but I do have fond memories of it. It was VERY comfortable (seats are great, especially the adjustable driver's side - wish they had the same for the passenger), it handled really tight, I thought the 201hp was reasonable, never felt it was lacking for power (unlike our CR-V), and it just felt like the solid car they sell as the Accord in Europe. I don't think you could go wrong with one. Wished it had a manual transmission, but better than a CVT any day. I think you'd actually come to like it. You will hate the infotainment system though (if you spring for the Tech version). It's clunky, old, needs updating badly. I think the TSX Wagon is the closest thing you'll find to your TDI that you'll enjoy and that meets your needs. And best of all, even used, you probably don't have to worry a bit about reliability. Good luck!