Reviewed By don h (bloomington, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 Acura MDX —1/27/2017 8:42 PM
Fit perfect ,looks good,
Reviewed By Charles E. W (Baltimore, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 Acura MDX —3/26/2008 5:40 AM
I recently had a Draw-Tite hitch installed on my 2007 Acura MDX which fits the vehicle perfectly and saved over a thousand dollars compared to the Acura version. The Acura version has a built-in look but did not warrant the cost difference for the few times that I need to use it. I did not love the lower look of the Draw-Tite and also wanted to be able to reach the roof area when washing & waxing the vehicle. I looked at many other hitch accessories & steps and even purchased a different brand only to really hate that look. I saw the Rhino Hitch Step on a truck & realized that it would be perfect for hiding the area of the hitch that bothered me. I ordered the Rhino in black to match the hitch,I installed it in minutes and love it. I did add the locking anti rattle hitch pin which allowed me to eliminate the included anti rattle system, since I did not like the round knob hanging down under the receiver. This unit is very high quality, very good looking, stable, and provides a extra bumper to keep those close parkers from tapping your rear end. I highly recommend this product.
Reviewed By Skylar W (OREM, UT) Reviewed for a 2014 Acura MDX —7/17/2017 9:06 PM
Here's my story I bought a Curt connector for my Acura MDX I installed it and then I waited a couple of years before I actually bought a trailer when I connected it it didn't work. Well my option was go buy one at the dealer for a cost of $200+ or go back to AutoAnything.com to buy another Curt wiring & modulator. Original unit was out of warranty. I decided it still was a better deal to go back to AA and buy a new connector with a fresh modulator. Works like a dream now, I'm glad Bright Lights.