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Old 30 Nov 2013, 11:19 pm
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Default Should I buy an Acura RDX?

I live in northeastern, and it is now time to change my car. I am interested in a preowned 2007-2010 acura rdx. I would like to here your advice, if whether or not, I should buy it.
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Old 30 Nov 2013, 11:40 pm
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and we know how you drive, what you want to drive, what you can afford and we can make up your mind for you in what other ways .....
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Old 30 Nov 2013, 11:50 pm
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sucks gas. It gets one more mpg than a MDX.

Edit: well two if you compare with 2nd gen MDX.
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Old 01 Dec 2013, 12:06 am
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I live in the Northeast and just bought an AWD Acura. I looked at the RDX and thought about purchasing one. I can't give you a reason not to buy it for it's a reliable car. It's all personal preference. I just know you can't go wrong with an Acura. Great time to buy. Grab one "certified" pre owned.
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