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Old 31 Oct 2009, 07:31 pm
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Default What do you think of this choice?

I am buying a brand new acura mdx with tech pkg. Is this a good choice.































What do u think of this--- We thought of the x5 but lots of mechanics and owners say that their x5 goes bad in like 5 years. So yeah
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Old 31 Oct 2009, 07:46 pm
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MDX is the better way to go ! i have owned and driven both... x5 v6 is not as sporty as mdx v6 ! BMW does go bad after a couple years...































VTEC deliverers vice power on the go... BMW v6 is week gas mileage is better on the mdx !
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