2005 Acura MDX Touring AWD 4dr SUV w/Nav and Entertainment System (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Overall this has been a solid vehicle. The only problem has been the torque converter at 57,000 miles. Acura paid a large portion of the repair cost though. I really love the MDX and can't seem to find anything worth selling it for. I usually keep cars for three years but after 5 I want to hang on to it for a while longer. I really like the design and interior technology.
Bluetooth (though will not import contacts or display who is calling), Nav is easy to use and really nice, voice command is cool.
Transmission problems should have been fixed since they started in the early MDXs. Hands-free needs to import contacts and display who is calling, would like softer ride but sporty feel is fine.
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