2012 Acura MDXT Laster - Owings Mills, MD01/24/2016
I recommend my MDX because it's a very comfortable truck with great handling in all weather conditions. The interior is designed well and feels luxurious. To be an SUV it is great on gas. The only feature base model does not have navigation which is fine with me, I use talking Nav on my cell. Its luxury on a budget.
Continual battery drain issues on new 2014.
2014 Acura RLXWalt Neff - Roseville, CA10/22/2016
The car has a constant drain on the battery that will completely drain the battery in a few days int he car isn't driven. Dealer could not nothing wrong and it's been towed to them on numerous occasions. Was told to drive it more often. Car does sit for three to four days at a time, but that should not kill battery. Found out this is a common problem with cars equipped with Tech. package.
Great vehicle for years to come
2012 Acura TLPedro Velazquez - San Antonio, TX08/26/2015
While doing research to replace a 2010 Subaru Impreza Wagon 2.5i Premium, I wanted to go back to a 6-cylinder near luxury 4-door sedan. I started my research with the usual suspects: Cadillac, Infiniti, and Lexus. Acura simply did not cross my mind until I test drove the TL. The TL while it doesn't have the horsepower of the G37, the refinements and the torque made the difference for me. While I was test driving the G37 I kept thinking that I was driving a 6-cylinder Altima. It was too cramped on the back seat and it felt too narrow compared to the TL. I know I made a great purchase because this car will last and look good for years to come.
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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