How many miles can a 2006 Acura MDX last?

How many miles can a 2006 Acura MDX last?

The Acura MDX is a durable, robust SUV that can last between 250,000 – 300,000 miles when properly maintained and driven conservatively. Based on 15,000 miles driven per year, you can expect 16 – 20 years of service from your MDX before repair costs become uneconomical or it breaks down.

How many gallons does a 2006 Acura MDX hold?

20.4 gallons
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2006 Acura MDX 4WD
Annual Fuel Cost* $3,400
Cost to Drive 25 Miles $5.65
Cost to Fill the Tank $78
Tank Size 20.4 gallons

Why am I not getting the same gas mileage?

Incorrect tire pressure is a common cause of bad gas mileage. Having bad oxygen sensors and air filters can reduce your gas mileage by up to 20%. The oxygen sensors help keep the proper mixture of air and fuel, and having this off balance can be inefficient.

What kind of engine does a 2006 Acura MDX have?

2006 Acura MDX Specifications

Engine Type 3.5-liter, SOHC VTEC 60-degree V-6
Horsepower 253 hp @ 5800 rpm SAE Net (Rev 8/04)
Torque 250 lbs-ft at 3500 rpm SAE Net (Rev 8/04)
Redline 6300 rpm

Does 95 octane give better mileage?

According to NRMA motoring expert Jack Haley, on average 95 RON can give around 4 per cent lower fuel consumption than 91, assuming the engine computer adjusts to take advantage of the octane difference.

How many gallons of gas does an Acura MDX use?

If you average 15,000 miles a year (which is the national average) then you are going to be putting about 900-1000 gallons of gas in this truck every year. The cost savings of going .40 cheaper to get lower octane gas will amount to savings of $300-$400 a year, or maybe $25 a month.

Is the Acura MDX a 4 door SUV?

If this is your idea of the perfect premium crossover SUV, the 2006 Acura MDX is your vehicle. The Acura MDX is offered as a four-door only in either base or Touring trim.

How often do I Drive my Acura MDX?

I have a 2005 MDX. Each year, we (Wife and I) drive round-trip from New Hampshire to California at least once in June and once in December and have been doing so for three years, now (we are retired).