What kind of reliability does Acura MDX have?

What kind of reliability does Acura MDX have?

The Reliability score is based on our latest subscriber survey of 2006 Acura MDX owners. The owner comments describe problems respondents experienced with this vehicle. Blower (fan) motor, A/C compressor, condenser, evaporator, heater system, automatic climate control, refrigerant leakage, electrical failure.

What do you think of the Toyota MDX?

We like its strong, refined powertrain and pleasant ride. The comfortable interior offers good visibility, seating for seven passengers and a very decent amount of cargo room. The MDX also feels agile in routine driving, but does not inspire confidence in emergency handling, even with its stability-control system.

How is the interior of a Chevy MDX?

The comfortable interior offers good visibility, seating for seven passengers and a very decent amount of cargo room. The MDX also feels agile in routine driving, but does not inspire confidence in emergency handling, even with its stability-control system. There are 11 recalls on this vehicle.

Another Honda MDX owner also cited issues with the transmission: “Transmission failed, fixed by repair shop. Also, one of the catalytic converters needed replacement. According to the repairpal.com website, the Acura MDX reliability rating, “…is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 2nd out of 14 for luxury midsize SUVs.

Why does my Acura MDX shake at high speeds?

Some of the earlier models of the Acura MDX gave owners lots of grief as well as headaches with the transmission. Some owners experienced slippage in the gears, while other owners felt their MDX vehicle vibrate during road trips at certain speeds. Anywhere from 20-50 miles per hour caused lots of MDX owners to feel their cars shake.

Why does my Acura MDX have a burning smell?

This may be because of a transmission issue too. Once you notice that burning smell, it’s time to head to an auto shop right away. This burning stench is often an indication that your transmission is overheating. The smell could also mean that the transmission fluid is worn and old- and burning.

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