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Old 09-17-2017, 01:06 PM
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Mileage on your WAGon?

Bought mine in 2013 with 25k miles

Just turned 100k miles this week. Still loving the thing.

How many miles on your wagon ?
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Picked up my 2012 in April with 41k on it, little bit over 53k now.
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Got mine Oct 2012 and now it has 70k miles on it. My wife is the primary driver, but I'd sneak off with it for joy rides.

In August, I rented an Volvo V60 T5 AWD Wagon. It was nice, had more usable cargo space than the TSX Wagon, and overall, more premium. But it didn't have paddles, and the seat bolsters weren't as full. In other words, the TSX Wagon was more fun to drive. Anyway, I'd take a wagon any day over a CUV or SUV.
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Just rolled over 88k on my 2012
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Keep it going guys

looks like I have the highest mileage wagon here so far

my driver side sun visor has become problematic won't go all the way up In retract position
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Old 09-19-2017, 08:25 AM
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81 or 82K here.

Used to drive it like 15K miles a year. But now it gets driven at a regular rate of 2K miles per year (Lol).

But...if we take it on a road trip like we did this year, then the miles climb to a dizzying 4K per year.
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102.5K here, just got new tires a few months ago (from Amazon lol) and got new spark plugs for her. Should probably clean my K&N filter but i cant find my oil for it.
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Old 09-19-2017, 11:32 AM
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Got my 2011 in 2013 with 16k miles. About 86k now. No real problems, just tires brakes batteries and filters.

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Old 09-19-2017, 11:37 AM
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I think 66k? Wife's car, so I don't get to drive it.
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Originally Posted by dhuynh View Post
102.5K here, just got new tires a few months ago (from Amazon lol) and got new spark plugs for her. Should probably clean my K&N filter but i cant find my oil for it.
nice

mine has had new filters
new tires
one set of brakes
new trans fluid

havent done spark plugs, maybe I should



returning my juvenile CA personalized plates back to DMV today
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Old 09-19-2017, 07:12 PM
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returning my juvenile CA personalized plates back to DMV today
Hah! Hilarious plates! But after 100k, your wagon is now an adult.
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Old 09-19-2017, 07:18 PM
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Hah! Hilarious plates! But after 100k, your wagon is now an adult.
time to grow up
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I have 2011 with 98K miles, got it in Nov 2011, dealer demo/shuttle vehicle.

Maintenance:
Currently on 3rd set of tires
New accessory belt at 85K
New spark plugs at 80K
New set of rear pads/rotors at 75K
ATF drain/fill every 40K

Issues:
Left front wheel bearing had to be replaced @77K
Right front window switch is finicky.
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Old 09-20-2017, 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Novichek View Post
I have 2011 with 98K miles, got it in Nov 2011, dealer demo/shuttle vehicle.

Maintenance:
Currently on 3rd set of tires
New accessory belt at 85K
New spark plugs at 80K
New set of rear pads/rotors at 75K
ATF drain/fill every 40K

Issues:
Left front wheel bearing had to be replaced @77K
Right front window switch is finicky.
Front window switch being finicky is a common problem. I have had mine changed twice, and it still is finicky in auto up

Here is my previous detailed thread on the topic:

https://acurazine.com/forums/second-...ulator-924067/
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I bought it in April with 96K and it currently has 107k. I have had a lot of fun cars in the past (M5, M3) and this one, despite how slow it is, still one of my all time favorites.
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Originally Posted by Sheefo2k View Post
I bought it in April with 96K and it currently has 107k. I have had a lot of fun cars in the past (M5, M3) and this one, despite how slow it is, still one of my all time favorites.
same with me

slowest car in the stable but I love it

got to drive our farm truck last two days. Got out from that and into the wagon and it felt like a Ferrari FF
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Front window switch being finicky is a common problem. I have had mine changed twice, and it still is finicky in auto up

Here is my previous detailed thread on the topic:

https://acurazine.com/forums/second-...ulator-924067/
Thanks! So even replacing the window regulator doesn't really help? :-(
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Thanks! So even replacing the window regulator doesn't really help? :-(
didn't for me

I am on my 2nd one

another tsx locally is on 3rd window regulator no fix
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I've got 82k on my 2012, bought it in January 2015 with 33k. I drive 30 miles each way to and from work and rarely drive on the weekends.

In theory, I still like the car, though there are a few niggles that bug me from time to time, mostly with regards to handling, road noise, and the occasional clunks I've observed since moving from the burbs to the exurbs which involves a 1.5 mile dirt road drive to and from home each day. I think I'll fall in love with it again after new tires get installed in the spring (already dreading snow-tire season road noise and handling).

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I've got 82k on my 2012, bought it in January 2015 with 33k. I drive 30 miles each way to and from work and rarely drive on the weekends.

In theory, I still like the car, though there are a few niggles that bug me from time to time, mostly with regards to handling, road noise, and the occasional clunks I've observed since moving from the burbs to the exurbs which involves a 1.5 mile dirt road drive to and from home each day. I think I'll fall in love with it again after new tires get installed in the spring (already dreading snow-tire season road noise and handling).
Mine goes out to our farm once a month (11 miles of dirt road-more suitable for our Tacoma), and it hasn't developed any clunks yet.

It is noisy compared to our Lexus LS, but compared to our Taco, it is eerily quiet
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Mine goes out to our farm once a month (11 miles of dirt road-more suitable for our Tacoma), and it hasn't developed any clunks yet.

It is noisy compared to our Lexus LS, but compared to our Taco, it is eerily quiet
Our MDX handles the dirt and gravel like a dream, we drive that on the weekends; makes me lament driving my car come Monday morning
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Never driven mdx
not my cup of tea
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Never driven mdx
not my cup of tea
it wasnít our ideal vehicle either but the wife needed a birth-mobile that could climb mountains in 6-8Ē of snow and the MDX fit the bill better than a Highlander or Subie. Itís grown on us, though, and we like the fact that we can tow a boatload when needed. Itís an amazing long distance driver and 300 ponies coupled with SH-AWD is fantastic. That said, it was a radical shift from the plug-in Prius she had when we lived in the SF Bay Area :p
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Our MDX handles the dirt and gravel like a dream, we drive that on the weekends; makes me lament driving my car come Monday morning
The MDX is the elephant that can dance. I'm in my Mazda3 going down a winding road. I see an MDX in my rear view mirror and think "bye-bye" as I enter curves with momentum and abandon. To my surprise, the MDX was following and keeping up. I think the driver knew the road pretty well though. And was helped with the SH-AWD.
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The MDX is the elephant that can dance. I'm in my Mazda3 going down a winding road. I see an MDX in my rear view mirror and think "bye-bye" as I enter curves with momentum and abandon. To my surprise, the MDX was following and keeping up. I think the driver knew the road pretty well though. And was helped with the SH-AWD.
It looks like we have similar driving techniques.
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we bought our wagon new in 2012 with 5 miles and now the wagon has 70k miles
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The MDX is the elephant that can dance. I'm in my Mazda3 going down a winding road. I see an MDX in my rear view mirror and think "bye-bye" as I enter curves with momentum and abandon. To my surprise, the MDX was following and keeping up. I think the driver knew the road pretty well though. And was helped with the SH-AWD.
This is why I've come to _love_ the MDX. I can keep up with or do better than most "sport" sedans.
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we bought our wagon new in 2012 with 5 miles and now the wagon has 70k miles
excellent

nice to see them being used

I love mine
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Just turned over 40,000 on a trip north several days ago...bought it 18 months ago with 36,000. Don't really drive it that much apparently .
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Just turned over 40,000 on a trip north several days ago...bought it 18 months ago with 36,000. Don't really drive it that much apparently .
wow Garage queen

i am doing 3,000 miles a month
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wow Garage queen

i am doing 3,000 miles a month
Wow, that's almost an oil change every 2-3 months! I rely on the maintenance minder and checked my records; I need an oil change every 6k - 7k miles. I've heard it often said "the journey is the reward." I think it's just another phrase for the wagon really is a nice place to be.
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Wow, that's almost an oil change every 2-3 months! I rely on the maintenance minder and checked my records; I need an oil change every 6k - 7k miles. I've heard it often said "the journey is the reward." I think it's just another phrase for the wagon really is a nice place to be.
my minder has me doing changes around 8500-9000 miles these days
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Wow, that's almost an oil change every 2-3 months! I rely on the maintenance minder and checked my records; I need an oil change every 6k - 7k miles. I've heard it often said "the journey is the reward." I think it's just another phrase for the wagon really is a nice place to be.
Well said!
On a separate note, I picked up a brand new set of Whispbars for the wagon from amazon. That was an excellent purchase.
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Just turned 72k on this last trip.
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My 2012 which I bought with 4 miles on the clock has 163k as of this morning.
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I would love a Milano red wagon

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