I enjoy the Acura brand and this my second Acura. After years of driving the Vigor, I wanted another one. The MDX met all my needs of space, technology, and comfort. Because my wife is short in statue, the MDX puts her higher and improves her visibility of the road and cars around her.
Should have purchased new
Barbara Diaz - Miami, FL04/14/2017
I would recommend this car if you purchased it new. Mine has a knocking noise on the axle at times when I'm backing up (or even going forward sometimes) and the steering wheel has never been "centered". The dealer doesn't find anything wrong with the car but for $8,000 more than what I spent at Carmax, I could have purchased the same car new.
well keep car
janice ivey - jewell, GA02/25/2017
great car to drive any where, great on gas, sun roof , black , factory wheels, new tires.
The Acura MDX, which entered the market in 2001, was designed to address the need for a high-performance people-mover with an abundance of luxury features. Although the MDX replaced Acura’s SLX, its build was actually based on the popular Honda Pilot. In true Acura style, this newly-developed SUV was infused with the highest-quality comfort and performance features available.
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