The Enclave and Acadia are gonna give it a run for its money. Oh, that is, unless your car just NEEDS to have an Acura symbol on the outside. That interior sucks.
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It appears to have the same odd-looking triangular rear side windows as the CR-V.
Wow that does look pretty cool though.
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The interior looks pretty sweet, although the Enclave still has it beat, so far.
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I highly doubt that. The Enclave/Acadia/Outlook will give the next Pilot a run for its money, along with many other SUVs in the class, but this is the midsize luxury class. I don't think the Enclave/Acadia/Outlook will have an 8" navigation screen with Bluetooth, ELS 5.1 surround sound, a 6-disc in-dash CD changer, and this sophisticated of an AWD system. It seems as if the MDX (and most new Acuras) appeal to the technology-luxury crowd (maybe that's why the RDX comes with the tagline "techno..." ) while Honda will be their extremely mainstream/bland company.Originally Posted by New_Mexico_Sunset_on_Rt66
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The interior looks pretty nice - but, unfortunately like many German cars, also looks insanely clustered. Which can lead to apparently only one thing these days - iDrive-like system. BMW, Mercedes, Audi... will Acura be next?
Also, the exterior rear looks awesome, but the front I'm gonna wait on until I see it unvieled. I love the RDX design, but this MDX front w/ the masking makes it hard for me to say if I like or not.
i like how the back of the roof slopes up, makes it look sleeker than the current one should be a nice vehicle, but it would agree, the buick still wins in my book
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