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

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

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.