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#61 OFFLINE   walkabout

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Posted 20 January 2017 - 07:01 PM

Sync 3 has its issues.  I hate the handling of radio presets so you have three separate panels for Sirius and three separate panels for FM.  In my BMW, you had one screen for presents, you could load any source on that screen too.  So, you just had one button to push to get to all the stations you might listen to.  Way more sensible. 

 

I would also say that Sync 3, although powerful and intuitive, is not very attractive looking.

 

Its a good system, no doubt, but not perfect. 







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#62 OFFLINE   thisguy159

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Posted 22 March 2017 - 11:41 AM

Not a Lincoln loaner but a vehicle I cross shopped the mkx against. I am in NJ Philly are this week and got Acadia SLT. Not a real competitor but the price gets up there near the 50s. Boy am I glad I don't wait ...What a disapiotment I loved the previous gen and found the current one to be down in quality and overall feel. Sitting in it was similar to what a Grand Cherokee feels like in width and the sitting position is similar to what you get in a minivan. Acceleration is fine similar to mkx 3.7 6 speed too. I looked at the GC MDX Acadia SRX Torague envision and rx. A few of these were not yet out when I bought the mkx so I was worried I would regret my decision and boy am I glad I bought mkx each one of the vehicles disappoints.

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Posted 22 March 2017 - 05:35 PM

The new Acadia is based on the XT5.

I actually like it better than the xt5 because it had way better visibility

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Posted 22 March 2017 - 06:11 PM

The new Acadia is based on the XT5.
I actually like it better than the xt5 because it had way better visibility


Sure but both vehicles are completely different.

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Posted 08 April 2017 - 01:52 PM

Got a 2016 mustang convertible...I have one wish that the sport on the mkx mimic the trans shifting on the mustang.
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