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Grille or brush guards are useful in a number of situations. Hunters, farmers, ranchers, 4-wheelers, developers, contractors and surveyors are typical of the kinds of people who find themselves driving through potentially damaging brush. The Acura mdx Brush Guard not only protects the vehicle, but it also adds a safety feature to your truck. Anyone driving a car with a stainless steel brush guard is more protected than he or she would be in the same car without a brush guard.If you plan on driving through difficult conditions which put your grille or engine at risk, adding this accessory to your Acura mdx can give anyone peace of mind.
Also called grille guards, they are designed to protect the grille, the engine, the front end paint job and even the driver under the most difficult brush driving situations. Brush guards are made to accommodate style preferences in two different materials, stainless steel and carbon steel. Cars that have them attached often find they need to lead the way for other vehicles without the same protection. People who spend a lot of time driving through brush, tall grass and wooded areas, can make great use of Acura mdx Grill Guards. Instead of letting Mother Nature damage your vehicle, the simple installation of brush guards can keep your investment safe from potential damage. The new guards do not ruin the look of vehicles like they once did. That's why you see Acura mdx sporting brush guards that have never seen the brush.
About ACURA MDX
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For the 2007 models, the company added an auxiliary input jack for the audio system. A year later, parts and accessories such as TPMS, leather upholstery, illuminated vanity mirrors, and vehicle stability assist became standard across the range. The same year, the Premium trim was renamed the Technology and was added by XM Satellite Radio with roof-mounted antenna and premium stereo. The mid-model facelift arrived in 2009, giving the MDX the following upgrades: Power Plenum grille, octagonal tail-lamps, revised front bumper and fog lights. New features for the 2009 Acura MDX were USB audio connectivity (all trims), and Bluetooth (for Technology and Type-S models). For 2010, the Touring trim was discontinued, while the Technology level became an entry-level trim and was renamed iTech. After the 2011 model year, Acura MDX was discontinued despite it was one of tehe best-selling model in Acura Canada's line-up. The company also announced the successor to the MDX. It is supposed to be the Civic-based Acura ILX that is scheduled to arrive no earlier than 2013 model year.
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The Acura MDX is a 4-door entry-level luxury sedan sold exclusively in Canada. Based on the Honda Civic JDM, the MDX is the only Acura that has more than one predecessor, the EL and the Integra. In 2005, the Acura MDX went on sale as the 2006 model. It arrived with the wheelbase of 106.3'', it was 178.9'' high, 69'' wide, and 56.5'' high. Even though the MDX was claimed to be a rebadged version of the Honda Civic with a more luxurious interior, the company rather used the Civic as a template when engineering the MDX. Compared to its platform mate, the Canadian-only sedan came with a slightly longer nose, a full-width lower air intake, a slightly creased centerline of the hood, and redesigned headlights and taillights. What the two siblings shared was the powerplant. Both vehicles came equipped with the 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC engine delivering 155 hp at 6,000 rpm and 139 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm. The engine could be paired with either 5-speed manual or a 5-speed automatic transmission. The manual version returned 27 mpg/city and 37 mpg/highway, while the automatic model returned 25 mpg/city and 46 mpg/highway.
The MDX was offered in three trim levels: the base Touring, Premium, and Premium+Navi. The Touring model came with the following Acura parts and accessories: 16'' alloy wheels, paddle shifters for automatic transmission models, anti-lock brakes, electronic stability control, 6-speaker audio system with CD/MP3/WMA capability, cruise control, automatic climate control, 60/40 split folding rear seats, and chrome door handles. The Premium model added some new parts such as HID headlights, heated front seats, leather upholstery, an in-dash 6 disc CD change, and a sunroof. Despite the Navi was considered a separate trim level, it was basically an upgrade to the Premium trim. The key additions to the Navi included such accessories and equipment as bilingual voice-activated navigation system, digital audio card reader, and illuminated steering wheel controls. There was also a Type-S variant that debuted as a 2007 model. It came with more powerful with a 2.0L I4, 197-hp VTEC engine, helical limited-slip differential, 6-speed manual transmission, sport-tuned suspension, 17'' aluminum-alloy rims, fog lights, a 350-watt 7-speaker audio system, and rear wing spoiler with integrated LED brake light.
Luxury rarely comes this efficiently packaged, but the Acura MDX makes it work. This chugging performer carries with it a refined level of smoothness that is hard to come by, and the MDX's high extraordinarily high driver ratings underline this concept. The interior layout is pleasing and ergonomically sound, giving the driver both comfort and convenience. The MDX handles swiftly on the blacktop as well, knocking out the competition whenever it crosses its path. Acura drivers know when they have a winner. The MDX is yet another example of that.