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ACURA MDX 2010

Report Created On: 2014-07-23

Vehicle Overview
Year2010
MakeACURA
ModelMDX
TrimTech Package
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Number of OwnersEstimated 1 Owner - More Details
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Engine & Vehicle Information
Engine3.5L V6 SOHC 24V
StyleSPORT UTILITY 4-DR
Made InCANADA
Steering TypeR&P
Anti Brake System (ABS)4-Wheel ABS
Vehicle Specification
Tank Size21.00 gallon
Overall Height68.20 in.
Overall Length191.60 in.
Overall Width78.50 in.
Standard Seating7
Optional Seating-
Vehicle Fuel Efficiency
Highway Mileage21 miles/gallon
City Mileage16 miles/gallon
Estimated Vehicle Pricing & Value
Base MSRP-
Base Invoice-
Used Market Price-
Used Private Price-
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ACURA MDX 2010 Reviews

Transmission Cycling will cause performance delays
by er405 on February 24, 2011 10:46

I traded my new 2010 MDX after months of working with Acura Client Services and the Dealer. The MDX's progressive transmission, in my opinion, is poorly designed. Although, the driver is pressing the gas pedal, the MDX will have long delays during gear cycles. This could be dangerous if attempting to make a quck turn in on-coming traffic. You want to go, but the MDX moves very slowly or not at all. Second, the cabin lets in so much air that during the winter, the heat must be set to keep the cabin warm, especially at the feet. Last, the MDX looses lots of horsepower as it cycles through the gears. A sluggish ride at best. For the money, find something else.

MDX transmission issues
by carollyn on May 27, 2012 20:04

My husband and I have a 2010 MDX and it's been in the service dept almost 5 times with serious issues. two of those being transmission problems. It had to have a torque converter with less than 30K miles. It recently needed another tranny software update. Steering and axle issues......Wow. For 50K purchase, we shouldn't have these problems!!! I feel like we need to get RID of this car while it still has a decent resale value. DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT!! BUY ONE OF THESE CARS! It's been nothing but a headache for us. We are trading it in tomorrow. Will never buy an acura or honda AGAIN!!! EVER!!!!

Good Value for the money
by Tien on September 03, 2010 17:35

Owned 2003 MDX and was very pleased with the reliability. Did not want another MDX but ended up getting this one instead of the RX350 due to Value for the money. RX350 is actually more expensive than the MDX and does not offer 3rd row seat. Vehicle drives great so far. A couple of things. a) It required premium fuel. Wife did not know and put in plus instead. This caused the vehicle to jerk when transitioned from first to second gear. One premium fuel is used, problem went away. b) Leather seat is fairly easy to get dirty. Interior is compatible with RX350. Lexus used to has much better interior in the past but 2010 RX350 has similar leather grade as MDX 2010.

So much better than the 06 MDX
by hamish on March 27, 2010 19:27

Have had my 10 base MDX for all of two days now. Biggest difference vs. the 06 MDX is that you actually look forward to driving this one! Reminds me of my 03 TLS, fun to drive, responds well, too fast for the kids to drive on their own!! Handling is very good, sticks to the road like an audi quattro, sporty handling, very little body roll for an SUV. Also very good for tall folk, my 6 ft 4 son, finds it very comfortable as both a passenger and driver.

Excellent Choice
by Antonio on April 04, 2010 10:00

I upgrade from a Mitsubishi Montero 2001 to the MDX 2010. The MDX handling is great and the interiors are awesome. The sporty looks is the best not a round, bulky look.

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