This car has everything that I've always wanted in a car (Sunroof,Navi,Voice commands Home link, Tire pressures displayed and so much more) the ride is smooth and it's actually good on gas. I needed a car that can get up and go when I pull out in traffic and this car has the power to deliver. I got the color that I wanted (light Blue) and I've gotten so many compliments on the color and the car. Love it
Reliability and luxury in a practical SUV
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.
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