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Customer Review Summary for 2006 Acura MDX
my awesome car
2006 Acura MDXclau - Miami FL05/19/2012
the car is absolutely amazing! it has ALL the features that anyone would enjoy....
the rear camara helps me to park anyplace anywhere without fears... the bose system is loud and captivating and i am soooooooooooooooooooooo happy driving my acura!!!
thanks carmax for finding my match :))
Not what I expected...
2006 Acura MDX - Kansas City09/01/2009
Car started making suspension noises 31 days after we bought it so had to put new struts on to alleviate. Would not recommend this vehicle for towing even though it has factory tow package that is rated for up to 4500 lbs; the vehicle struggles pulling 3500 lbs. Interior and exterior appearance is marred by numorous scratches in the paint and clearcoat that continue to present themselves on a daily basis. In addition, numerous squeaks and rattles are starting to present themselves on a daily basis as well.
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