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#6460 of 6477 MDX Touring 2006
Feb 15, 2009 (1:21 pm)
I am looking to get a certified Acura MDX Touring 2006 (No DVD, No Navigation) with 25,000 miles. I am being offered a price of $22,750 (excluding TTL) by a Acura dealer - is this a good price? Vehicle has a clean carfax history report and it is "Acura Certified Pre-Owned" vehicle... Anything I need to be aware of like recalls etc on this model. Please comment and I am looking for help or advice. Thanks.
#6461 of 6477 Looking to purchase a 06 MDX - maintanence costs?
Feb 22, 2009 (8:58 am)
Hi - looking to purchase an 06 MDX (approx 35K miles)...have never owned an Acura - what can I expect in scheduled maintanenece costs (ie. $$$ and how often)?
#6462 of 6477 Re: 05 Touring w/Nav [suvbuyer4]
May 29, 2009 (7:22 pm)
I too am looking to program my 2003 MDX doors to lock automatically. When we test drove one, the doors locked automatically. The dealer said it was a feature we could program ourselves. I bought the car from a different dealer and forgot to request this be done. Does any one know how to program the doors to lock by them selves?
#6463 of 6477 Re: Warning on ignition [GLeen]
Aug 12, 2009 (10:59 am)
I have a 2001 MDX. It sometimes won't start. I took it to a mechanic and he said it was the immobilzer but he can't work on anything computer because acura is proprietary. I tried the other key but that didn't work either. Is there a way to get around it? If not, how much should it cost to fix it?
#6464 of 6477 2004 MDX with 48k
Sep 20, 2009 (11:17 am)
looking to buy a 2004 MDX with 48K. dealer is offering it for $13,998. is this a
good buy? I am currently in the process of selling off my 2008 honda odyssey.
going from lease to buy so in 3 years i can be paid off. Is this a relaible used
vehicle to consider purchasing?
#6465 of 6477 Re: 2004 MDX with 48k [scottinky]
Sep 21, 2009 (7:58 pm)
Our 2003 MDX with close to 90,000 miles has been great. At about 50k miles we had battery problems. Don't know what the street value is, but the car is very reliable.
#6466 of 6477 Re: 2004 MDX with 48k [scottinky]
Sep 22, 2009 (11:34 am)
That sounds like a pretty good deal my '04 has 69,000 miles on it and the BMW dealer was only going to give me $12k for it. Watch out for tranny problems though, have someone check the tranny fluid for metal shavings.
#6467 of 6477 Re: 2004 MDX with 48k [scottinky]
Sep 23, 2009 (8:41 am)
This is a very low price. Get a Car Fax report and also see if you can get information from the Acura dealer on its prior maintenance, etc.. Only real possible concern is the transmission.
#6468 of 6477 Re: 2004 MDX with 48k [10sfan]
Oct 13, 2009 (12:29 pm)
i think that is a great price. I have a '04, just rolled 175k miles, yes 175k. What are these tranny problems people are talking about? mine shifts as the day it came off the line, but i'm a service freak.
Oct 28, 2009 (3:40 am)
but found another 04, local. has 141k on it. drove it yesterday, tight as a drum.
had tranny replaced at around 80k. interior is in fabulous conditiion, everything works. guy told me to take it overnight, have it inspected, etc.. He is asking
11.9k. how much life could I expect to get out of this? I drove 18-20k per year.