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New RDX is damn short!

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I saw one on the street today, looked funny for an SUV to be that short.

RDX: 1655 mm

Compare this to

Vibe/Matrix: 1580 mm

Equinox/Torrent: 1703 mm

RAV4: 1745 mm

I mean, yes, it's taller than the Vibe/Matrix, but that's not saying much.

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It's a Hon-Duh so there's much more effed up

about it than just weelbase or over all length... :rolleyes:

Edited by Sixty8panther

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it only needs to be big enough to hold shopping bags from the mall. as far as the intended clientele.......

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It's not that new...

Considering how many they've sold... It could be new to him... seeing it on the road. :lol:

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Considering how many they've sold... It could be new to him... seeing it on the road. :lol:

Actually, yes, this is the first one I've seen in real life.

Is this really that old??

By 'short' I meant height, not length.

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A whole thread just because the RDX is 2 inches shorter than the Equinox? Someone must be bored today.......

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Its been out for about a year (there was one in the showroom at the Acura dealership when I had to go get some paperwork regarding the Solara) but they do sell slowly. Probably because the MDX is better in every way for a few bucks more per month.

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Hmm, the MDX is the first crossover to beat out the SRX in C&D's comparisons.

And the good thing is SRX still finished second compared to the Germans and others. Not bad for an aging platform and design.

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And the good thing is SRX still finished second compared to the Germans and others. Not bad for an aging platform and design.

If only the SRX didn't get straight black marks (worst reliability) in all areas from Consume Reports, for 2004-2005 model years.

I want to know what exactly about the SRX caused it to get straight black marks in all categories of reliability.

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If only the SRX didn't get straight black marks (worst reliability) in all areas from Consume Reports, for 2004-2005 model years.

I want to know what exactly about the SRX caused it to get straight black marks in all categories of reliability.

probably the BAMR

big ass moon roof

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If only the SRX didn't get straight black marks (worst reliability) in all areas from Consume Reports, for 2004-2005 model years.

I want to know what exactly about the SRX caused it to get straight black marks in all categories of reliability.

Since when were their words a marking on the stone? :scratchchin:

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Since when were their words a marking on the stone? :scratchchin:

When its convenient like the Fusion being lauded.

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