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It is stylish, handsome, and supremely functional. All the controls have a soft touch feel, and their actuation is smooth and precise.
If one finds it unattractive, so be it, that's why we have choices. But to group the RDV with the "entry-level crowd" is absurd.
Also, I admit the MDX is a great SUV, one all manufacturers aspire to. However, I am not the only person who noticed a lack of interior material quality or unacceptable interior noise at cruise (engine, wind, and road).
Car and Driver said:
"Road noise was louder than we had expected."
"The MDX is a heckuva big box, pushing aside so much atmosphere that it tied with the Discovery for creating the most racket at a 70-mph cruise."
"The interior does little to convince you that you did, indeed, get a luxury vehicle. The wood is spectacularly fake, and some of the controls and panels feel cheap."
"More functional than luxurious...the MDX falls short in the luxury department."
Take a look for yourself:
2003 Acura MDX: http://www.edmunds.com/new/2003/acura/mdx/4wd4drsuv35l6cyl5a/photo_3.html
2002 Honda Accord:http://www.edmunds.com/new/2002/honda/accord/exv64drsedan30l6cyl4a/photo_3.html
The interior of the MDX is virtually the same as the last generation Accord...except for the plood, of course.
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