Positive Post of the Day: Facebook Doesn't Hate the Acura ZDX Edition

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer
positive post of the day facebook doesnt hate the acura zdx edition

Well, not yet anyway. But you do have to become a “fan” before you’re even allowed to see the official ZDX page. Does this mean crossover weirdness is acceptable from a luxury brand? Or is there something we’re missing that makes the ZDX appealing but the Accord Crosstour a sin against nature?

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  • Davekaybsc Davekaybsc on Sep 09, 2009

    I'm surprised I'm in the minority, but I think the ZDX is much uglier than the Crosstour. The Honda is just a bad mash of a blocky truck front end mixed with the rear of a Panamera. The ZDX on the other hand is hideous from all angles. It's atrocious. It looks like it should transform into some kind of fighting robot.

  • Rnc Rnc on Sep 10, 2009

    Perhaps Honda is just using operatives to plant positives (having learned from crosstour) with hope that the power of the crowd prevails favorably.

  • David C. Holzman David C. Holzman on Sep 10, 2009

    @Atomicblue I agree with your wife. These things aren't "crossovers". A crossover is something that looks from the side and back like a Nissan Murano. These are fastback sedans. They have been around since long before the marketing people came up with this stupid designation crossover. Hello Citroen DS, anybody? Chevy Citation? @Psarhjinian Agreed with the need for RSX replacement yesterday--well sort of. I think what really needs replacing is the Integra. The day before yesterday.

  • Redwood Redwood on Sep 10, 2009

    The front end ruins the entire thing. I'd rather be seen in an Accord Crosstour.

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