Is the new RX300 going to come out next year as a 2003 model, meaning you won't have to wait until 2004? If the next-gen RX300 is indeed scheduled for fall/2002 release, maybe that is a possibility?TDLoftin said:Today's winner is the MDX, but if I were to wait til 2004, the new RX-300 may get the nod. (I can't wait that long!)
On paper it looks like competition for the MDX. However, I'm happy with the perfect size of my MDX. (Not to mention ride, reliability, safety, etc.)Leading the supersizing assault, GMC has enlarged its award-winning Envoy for more space and comfort, adding a third-row seat and 16 inches to its overall length. Seating for seven and more than 100 cubic feet of storage space offer considerable comfort and roominess for a midsize sport/utility vehicle. Two trim levels provide a variety of features ranging from four-wheel anti-lock brakes, theft deterrent system with remote keyless entry, and Next-Generation OnStar services on SLE models, as well as leather trim, heated seats, six-CD changer, driver information center, and seat and mirror memory in uplevel SLT trim. Prices range from $31,595 for a 2wd Envoy XL SLE, up to $36,595 for a 4wd Envoy XL SLT.
It is quite amazing that on this MDX site we see comparably very few reports on troubles on MDX at all. Even with something like weeping mirror in the 2001 is nothing compared with those other major repairs on those SUVs we hear often on the other domestic and foreign made.MDXLuvr said:.. i believe the Envoy has already had 4 or 5 recalls... and GM has gall to claim that there cars are reliable..