The MDX is excellent and fun to drive --
- very roomy and lots of cargo space.
It is quiet and surely drives like a
car. Has lots of power and real easy
to drive. It is also fuel economy. I
love it's 2003 overall look. I am so
glad that I bought the MDX. It's worth
the money. Thank you.
The chrome spokes; chrome stepping,
chrome door handles, beautiful exterior
redrock lava color and saddle leather
interior. Great navigational and DVD
After having owned Explorer Limiteds,
and having driven Lexus, Mercedes, GMC,
Toyota, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, and other
SUV's, this is definitely and clearly
the best luxury SUV for the money.
Extremely low maintenance and excellent
dealer service. Very quiet but
powerful. Comfortable ride, high
visibility, well-built, good tracking,
very versatile, packs a lot of gear.
Have never used the thrid seat, and
luckily, it folds flat so it offers
good storage in back. This is easily
the best SUV on the market. I told
Ford I would never be back.
Researched cars 3 yrs, chose MDX.Waited
9 mos (switch from '02 to '03,delayed
it a few months).Well worth the wait! I
accessorized it so it's the sharpest
one I've seen yet.Very sporty!I'm 54,
had a Buick LeSabre for 11 yrs.Needed
something sharp, sporty. I drive safer
now: with it's weight, it's a weapon.
It's L/W are same as my Buick, but it
took me a long time to get used to driv-
ing it.I did purchase a larger rearview
mirror for help with backing up. Didn't
know about the rear camera when I
bought this; that whole package is EX-
PENSIVE but I’d now consider it to help
with backing up. A great car,passengers
love it, & I plan to keep it 15-20 yrs!
Sun roof, interior (so comfy), constant
mileage gage (I'm more conscious about
not wasting gas now), sound system:
AWESOME, love the controls for the
Radio et al on the steering wheel &
although I didn't love the looks at
first, now I think it's the nicest
looking SUV of it's size.
Larger rear view mirror. If it's going
to have the 2 extra seats in the back,
it should allow more leg room and an
easier way to exit in case of emergency
exit. Can't think of anything else!