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Acura RDX, SUV
#242 of 293 Re: 2013 RDX AWD ignition stall [kawaii519]
Nov 20, 2012 (1:18 pm)
Our three month old RDX has had no such problems with the start/stall. The range on our 'Homelink' isn't as good as our recent Volvos'; but it's a lot better than 20 feet.
Our '10 XC60 had an early stall problem that Volvo took action on through a dealer bulletin; but I've not heard of that snafu with Acura. You might post over on Acurazine where a WHOLE bunch of Acura geeks hang out.
#243 of 293 Re: 2013 RDX AWD ignition stall [4mercoachrick]
Nov 20, 2012 (5:34 pm)
My Homelink distance is only up to about 20ft as well. My previous car with Homelink worked all the way to the end of the driveway which is about 60ft.
#244 of 293 Re: 2013 RDX AWD ignition stall [m6user]
Nov 20, 2012 (5:37 pm)
I will check my homelink next time I drive it, but I think it works from the end of the driveway, which is I think about 20'. Plenty for me!
#245 of 293 Re: 3 months in [dmclone1]
Dec 17, 2012 (10:28 am)
dmclone1, i just took my 2013 RDX to the dealership to have my bluetooth audio issue fixed as well. I have an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 and bluetooth audio worked 100% on my 2010 RDX, but sounds horrible on my 2013 RDX. They have not seen this issue before (it is a brand new car), but they said Acura released a software update for the radio system, so they updating that now. I will post back once I am able to test after the software update.
Anyone else noticing bluetooth audio (Music) problems with their 2013 RDX?
#246 of 293 Bought new 2013 FWD RDX with Tech Pkg
Dec 19, 2012 (12:49 pm)
I bought mine last week in white for $1200 below MSRP and no dealer fees. Very happy with my purchase and how this car drives.
Dec 24, 2012 (7:15 am)
Have to say, this is way too small for travelling with a family. especially when your wife is a heavy traveller (lots of stuff), and is bringing coolers of homemade food for Christmas dinner.
with the 2 kids and all the stuff, the RDX is overflowing. Forget about seeing out the back, that is a solid wall of junk to the roof. And good thing the kids are skinny, because there is absolutely the minimum width left to squeeze them in. And most likely they will have stuff piled up on top of them after they are buckled in!
at least they won't fight about anything, since there is a wall of soft stuff between them high enough that they won't be able to see each other!
We may have downsized from the Odyssey 1 year too early. I did try to warn the wife when she picked the RDX that it was smaller than any of the other options we were looking at.
but somehow, I got it all in and the hatch is closed. Afraid to think what will happen when we get to the first stop and have to open it!
#248 of 293 Re: travel [stickguy]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Dec 24, 2012 (3:25 pm)
Dec 24, 2012 (5:45 pm)
Next door neighbors are headed out in their Pilot Christmas morning...1800 miles each way(someplace in Canada...too cold for me!). Mom, Dad, 3 boys 13, 16, 20 and a fair amount of stuff. They added a smallish trailer hitch platform for a little extra capacity. Guess they won't be bringing back any elk meat on this trip!
I can't believe there were FIVE of us kids in the back of the station wagon for MANY trips during the '60s!
#250 of 293 Re: travel [stickguy]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Dec 24, 2012 (6:11 pm)
We're doing 1,000 miles today and tomorrow and took the Outback in case we hit weather (lousy all-seasons on the minivan). Even though we're traveling light it feels a bit claustrophic. The extra 5 or mpgs are nice I suppose.
Only Acuras that passed me today were MDXs though.
#251 of 293 Re: 3 months in [jjjones85]
Jan 01, 2013 (1:58 pm)
i have a samsung galaxy s2, had 2010 mdx no problems, this one is giving me problems with the connection. besides the fact that the text feature doesnt work obnly bothers me a little. but to have the blue tooth always a pain to connect is pissing me off