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Old 01-16-2013, 03:25 AM
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...It's hard to see how anyone could look at this "concept" and call it attractive.
Pay me and I'll call it attractive...
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Looks production ready to me
the name has prototype in it...
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Old 01-16-2013, 02:46 PM
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The MDX was a good product for Acura. This has a good shot at ruining that.
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the name has prototype in it...
Right.... I suppose the 2015 Acura NSX thread in the new car section that you participated in is more production ready then the MDX....

As far as the MDX, I didn't like it at first, but its growing on me. Nothing special, more like a refresh. But then again thats what all the manufacturer's seem to be doing lately. Just wish the side profile had more character along the belt line. But that seems to be a Japanese trade mark, where they go crazy on style on the front and rear and forget about the side belt line and below.

Other than that, I hate this new gaping hole thing that all these new cars have. I first noticed it with the Accord Coupe Concept, then the new E class, BMW 4 Series concept, even the new Infiniti Q50 has it.
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Right.... I suppose the 2015 Acura NSX thread in the new car section that you participated in is more production ready then the MDX....

As far as the MDX, I didn't like it at first, but its growing on me. Nothing special, more like a refresh. But then again thats what all the manufacturer's seem to be doing lately. Just wish the side profile had more character along the belt line. But that seems to be a Japanese trade mark, where they go crazy on style on the front and rear and forget about the side belt line and below.

Other than that, I hate this new gaping hole thing that all these new cars have. I first noticed it with the Accord Coupe Concept, then the new E class, BMW 4 Series concept, even the new Infiniti Q50 has it.
This is not the production version. It is a concept, nothing more. This thread does not belong here.
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Old 01-17-2013, 05:29 AM
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If it's a 'concept' it's probably the lamest one in history. I had a hard time telling if it was a new model or not.
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Right.... I suppose the 2015 Acura NSX thread in the new car section that you participated in is more production ready then the MDX....
are you kidding me? yeah...i really participated in that thread by acknowledging the pic was real and the version of the NSX shown at NAIAS was production ready. oh wait...i pointed out that the pic was probably a chop because it had a Honda badge.

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Notice the Honda badge in this pic. No way they would show this version at NAIAS as a Honda...
mods...please close this thread already.
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If it's a 'concept' it's probably the lamest one in history. I had a hard time telling if it was a new model or not.
Thats the Honda Concept approach.
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Old 01-17-2013, 02:11 PM
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Thats the Honda Concept approach.
"They won't know the ILX is just a Civic."
"They won't know the RLX is just an Accord."
"They won't know the MDX is really just the old one if we say it's new."
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Old 01-17-2013, 07:01 PM
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Pay me and I'll call it attractive...
In the case of this thing, I don't think I have enough funds to buy you off.
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