1900 miles so far. Comfortable on the road. Have had two problems: (1) a rattle coming from the right front (another reviewer mentioned an "annoying sound coming from the glove box...") and (2) stereo control issues.
They fixed the rattle -- something related to packing and the front right strut.
Stereo issue remains. Sometimes when the iPod is plugged in and I try to change from one playlist to another, it puts up a message: "Generating voice recognition commands..."
I have to turn the car off to get rid of the message.
Acura has a bulletin about problems occurring when the iPod is not plugged in all the way. I've confirmed my iPod is securely connected.
Comfy ride. Great fuel economy for an SUV. Strong a/c. Ample room for passengers and cargo. Re: passengers, I took a 90-minute road trip with 5 other adults -- two relatively small women in the third row. No complaints from any passengers.
Use real wood instead of fake wood for trim. And add a bit more wood trim accents.
I expect a few quality issues in the first year of a redesigned model ... especially when I've chosen to purchase so early in the new production year.
My last car was 2007 Lexus GS350. It was much sportier and a bit more comfortable. But the sporty feel and comfort it lacks are offset by the benefits of a solid SUV with fuel economy at least as good as my old Lexus.
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