After noticing that many of my mom friends have chosen to drive an Acura MDX over the years, I sometimes wondered what the draw was, how they fit it all in and “why?”. After having driven the 2015 Acura MDX this summer, I fully understand.
It’s not only sleek and sporty looking, it is responsive and agile. But those are not the most important factors to me, its’ three-row seating, lower load floor (compared to other SUV’s) and other convenient options make it a solid alternative to a mini van.
I really like the backup camera and how it follows the turning wheels and shows the overhead view of the entire vehicle; making it very easy to park and maneuver when in reverse.
Storage is plentiful and I enjoyed hauling all the product I had to give away at our Summer Bump Social in Vancouver with this vehicle.
We often head to the race track on weekends for my husband to drag-race his classic car, and the Acura MDX provided ample space for our crew gear and my girls too.
Overall, the 2015 Acura MDX met all of my must-haves and I am very excited to drive the new 2016 Acura MDX next month.
- leather upholstery
- back-up camera
- push-button lift-gate
- USB connection
- heated seats
- power sun roof
- Fits in my garage (EASY)
- 7 passenger seating
The price as driven was just under $60,000 which works out to about $889 per month over 7 years according to the Cars.com Auto Loan Calculator.
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Connie, just curious as to whether or not you are experiencing discoloration and rippling on the driver’s seat of your Acura. I bought a new 2015 in June last summer and by early September a portion of my driver’s seat was discolored (blue) and rippling. I have spoken three times with the service department at the dealership and they tell me this is normal. I don’t agree obviously.
I was just driving a media fleet vehicle for one week so I didn’t see this.
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