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The West Bay and Leelanau Peninsula adjacent happen to be an annual summer retreat where my family and three-line Acura MDX crossovers handled the transportation task this year. Not only top-seller, is also the best vehicles Acura MDX and clear competitor to the most livable three-row crossovers in the market today. Two adults, two children and a dog, plus a week's luggage, disappearing into MDX silver with room to spare, and the combination of the freeway and two-lane we took netted 26 mpg average with nary a thought to the direction of hypermiling. Power from the V6 is very smooth, and overall road manners much more sporty than Crossover opponents want you to believe.
My wife and not addicts of the screen, but in the middle of the freeway slog five hours, indicating rapid "Wall-E" continue our wee beasties of the uprising. It's expensive, but the rear-entertainment system widescreen Acura offers good image quality, easy to use wireless headphones and a screen that does not interfere with rear visibility.