I have had the ZDX for six months and I do like it quite a bit. There are a couple of negatives but overall it is a very fine vehicle--well designed and built and great to look at.
I particularly want to note that it is outstanding in the snow.
Acura has been running commercials featuring its SUV line capering around on ski slopes.
It is all true!
This car performs extremely well in snow.
When a very ugly 6 inches hit here in the Mid Atlantic, the ZDX handled it like a champ when others failed.
The technology package is spectacular.
The only criticisms are 1) seat comfort--very stiff, not luxurious, promotes fatigue IMHO 2) gas mileage:
not good at all.
That is disappointing
Technology package is first rate!
Excellent sound system and speakers
SH-AWD is superb in snow
More comfortable seats!
See RX350 please1
Better gas mileage
In this days and age, who still uses CDs anyway?
If you have tons of CDs, just plugged those in, and the content is converted in Hard Drive for you to enjoy!
No need to hog around those CDs anymore!
It is you who need to get out into the (changed) real world these days...
One further note on my review of the 2010 ZDX above.
Buyers who want the technology package should be aware that it does not include a CD changer.
Instead, the system includes a computer hard drive.
When CDs are inserted, they are automatically copied to the hard drive and their contents remain there.
I am not sure who at Acura thought that this was an desirable substitute for a 6 disc changer, but whoever it was needs to get out into the real world for a while!
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