With its all-new Megatron-faced 2007 MDX, Acura wants the MDX to be mentioned in the same breath as the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5. Doing so required the new MDX to be a much hotter tamale than the lame-duck MDX in nearly every way, so Acura endowed the 2007 model with a formidable dynamic repertoire. Effectively negotiating the opposing tables of performance, utility and comfort is a delicate balancing act that the smarter, buffer MDX pulls off convincingly.
2007 Audi S6 Road Test by Edmunds' Inside Line
With the 2007 Audi S6, the engineers in Ingolstadt have done their best to
win respect based on pure performance, and they're not making any more
half-hearted explanations about any compromises required by their quattro
all-wheel drive. The 2007 Audi S6 is about pure power, pure cornering
performance and no excuses.
2007 Cadillac Escalade Road Test by Edmunds' Inside Line
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We're driving a 2007 Cadillac Escalade, which means we've enjoyed a week's
worth of middle-aged office guys asking us about Nelly, Snoop and other
hip-hop artists they'd never listen to with the windows down. Yet they
wouldn't even crack a smile when we invited them to suit up in Fubu and
take a ride down the Sunset Strip.
Battle of the Crossover SUV's: Honda v Mazda v Toyota
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We keep a couple seven-passenger crossover SUVs in our long-term test fleet
and they're indispensable for carting around kids, terriers and lawn
furniture. Of course, we still crack the obvious jokes. We'll tell you that
these are minivans with hinged doors, SUVs trail-rated for the Starbucks
drive-thru, tall wagons that think they're too good to be called tall
But there's nothing superficial or irrational about crossover SUVs like the
2009 Honda Pilot, 2008 Mazda CX-9 or 2008 Toyota Highlander. All three make
good on the crossover promise of a vast interior, easy maneuverability and
decent fuel economy. Maybe you're aghast that anyone would need three rows
of seating, but maybe you've never tried to cram three toddlers in Britax
car seats into a Honda Accord.
We have. You need that third row. But if that third row were in a minivan,
you might find yourself filling a prescription for antidepressants. This
leaves you to consider a crossover SUV of medium-to-large proportions.
Just about any current-day crossover will accomplish the basics, but the
diversity of this vehicle genre might catch you off guard. Even though the
2009 Honda Pilot, 2008 Mazda CX-9 and 2008 Toyota Highlander seem to match
one another airbag for airbag, their personalities are so different that
you can't drive them without taking sides.
2008 Acura MDX
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2011 Acura MDX Tech Long Term Review
Overall a nice CUV. It gets the job done. I think the JX35 does a better
job on the luxury aspect while the MDX is a bit sportier. Which begs the
question, should a $50k crossover be sporty? After almost two years I'd
have to say no. I'd rather it be luxurious.
You can certainly pick worse cars.
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2014 Acura MDX Review - Kelley Blue Book
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Acura MDX. Since its introduction in 2001 the Acura MDX has received
acclaim for its comfortable ride, respectable off-pavement capability and
manageable size, while the criticism revolved around its generic styling.
For the second-generation MDX, Acura kicked the styling up a notch while at
the same time improving on-road performance with forward-thinking
technology. Like its predecessor, the seven-passenger MDX remains a
family-friendly SUV, but a new 300-horsepower V6 and bold,
angular design add a feeling of aggression that wasn't present before. For
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2014 Acura MDX 0-60 MPH Tag Team Drive and Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2014 Acura MDX is all new with a different
engine and unique style for 2014. Acura's best selling model has been
redesigned with an emphasis on better economy and more usable room for the
entire family. Acura has also given the luxury 7 passenger family hauler
unique jeweled-eyed headlight and of course a more fuel efficient 6
cylinder engine. Acura has kept the MDX's special Super handling
all-wheel-drive and increased the car's level of safety and sophistication.
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Redline One-Year Review: 2013 Acura ILX 6-speed
Time sure does fly by quickly sometimes, hard to believe the 2013 Acura ILX
2.4 has been with us for over a year already. See what our Editor-in-Chief
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