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Old 21 Sep 2009, 03:00 am
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Default Acura Mdx Speed

I had found the specs of Acura MDX on
http://carsspecification.blogspot.co...fications.html
,but there aren't the acceleration and top speed.
Do you know the acceleration and the top speed of Acura MDX?
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Old 21 Sep 2009, 06:23 pm
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"cars" <andrianto.ivan@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>I had found the specs of Acura MDX on
> http://carsspecification.blogspot.co...fications.html
> ,but there aren't the acceleration and top speed.
> Do you know the acceleration and the top speed of Acura MDX?


Given the purpose of the SUV (like our 03 Pilot) what difference does it
make. Probably around 10 or so secs 0-60 and top end around 110 or so.


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Old 21 Sep 2009, 07:19 pm
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cars <andrianto.ivan@gmail.com> wrote in
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> I had found the specs of Acura MDX on
> http://carsspecification.blogspot.co...010-specificat
> ions.html ,but there aren't the acceleration and top speed.
> Do you know the acceleration and the top speed of Acura MDX?




I think that sort of stuff is very much deprecated these days due to
liability and political issues. Acura's own website makes no mention of
performance outside of the engine's output.

Suffice to say that modern cars are faster than they've ever been. Even
faster than in the "muscle car" era of the late '60s. Expect 8 seconds to
60 as being run-of-the-mill. 20 years ago that figure was considered
excellent.

You'll need to peruse the "buff mags" for exact performance information.
Those magazines would include "Automobile", "Car and Driver", "Road &
Track" and the like.

R&T's website gives the MDX's 0-60 as 7.7 seconds and the top speed as
118mph, which is electronically limited. I believe the unlimited top speed
is likely closer to 130-150 mph.
<http://www.roadandtrack.com/article.asp?section_id=3&article_id=5533>


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Old 03 Oct 2009, 04:19 pm
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On Mon, 21 Sep 2009 19:23:18 -0400, "tww1491" <twaugh5@cox.net> wrote:

>"cars" <andrianto.ivan@gmail.com> wrote in message
>news:7023e354-fdcc-49ce-ae98-b2eef78f3baa@a39g2000pre.googlegroups.com...
>>I had found the specs of Acura MDX on
>> http://carsspecification.blogspot.co...fications.html
>> ,but there aren't the acceleration and top speed.
>> Do you know the acceleration and the top speed of Acura MDX?

>
>Given the purpose of the SUV (like our 03 Pilot) what difference does it
>make.


Right. So, just because you own an SUV, you shouldn't be interested
in specs such as those? Who the **** are you to tell anyone what's
pointless and not or what difference anything makes on anything?

>Probably around 10 or so secs 0-60 and top end around 110 or so.


If you don't know, then just STFU. Nobody wants your preaching. Time
again I see people in NGs who'll reply to a post just to throw in a
snivel of their opinion.
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Old 03 Oct 2009, 04:24 pm
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On Mon, 21 Sep 2009 01:00:51 -0700 (PDT), cars
<andrianto.ivan@gmail.com> wrote:

>I had found the specs of Acura MDX on
>http://carsspecification.blogspot.co...fications.html
>,but there aren't the acceleration and top speed.
>Do you know the acceleration and the top speed of Acura MDX?


I think I read something about the top speed of the 2nd gen MDX over
at mdxers.org. You'll probably find the 0-60 time if you search.
Also, on YouTube, I think InsideLineVideo has some acceleration and a
few other performance video on the MDX.
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Old 04 Oct 2009, 06:30 am
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In article <tjffc5l6u9lbu59ngkb5gcsoknkh353re6@4ax.com>, PES <> wrote:

> >Given the purpose of the SUV (like our 03 Pilot) what difference does it
> >make.

>
> Right. So, just because you own an SUV, you shouldn't be interested
> in specs such as those? Who the **** are you to tell anyone what's
> pointless and not or what difference anything makes on anything?


The fact is, it IS pointless.
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