So I'm traveling from Nashville to St. Louis in my 2016 MDX with 52,000 miles. At 100 miles from my destination my transmission shifts to 2nd gear on the interstate. All-SWD problem indicator and emissions problem indicator flashing. I limp at 30 mph to the nearest exit and park. Restart the engine and all the lights continue to flash. I have the car towed to the nearest Acura dealer - 96 miles - $300. The tell me the car is due for a software update. I complain about no notice and they explain that Acura doesn't want to send out a notice because people will make a big deal of it, CNN will call it a recall and hurt the brand. It only affects certain 2016 VIN #'s. I tell them that I should have been notified of an issue and that they have turned their potential publicity problem into my $300 tow problem, kind of a lousy thing to do to a customer. Service adviser said he didn't think I'd have anymore problem. This is my second MDX because, because of what I perceived as a reliable car and honest service. Have real doubts now and am concerned about trip to Florida in 2 weeks. This experience and the stupid button that you have to push each time you get in the car to disable the engine cut-off at every stop has about put me over the top for future Acura models.