Your Cart Is Empty

2011 Acura MDX Trailer Hitches

Have a Question?
Have a Question? Ask a product expert! (800) 874-8888 Live Chat

  • shipping icon
  • Not Rated Yet

 

View all reviews for this product

There are no customer reviews for this product

You may only compare up to 5 products at a time.
Please select at least two products to start comparing.

Latest Customer Reviews

CURT T-Connectors Reviews


Quick and easy installation

Reviewed By Grant B (EDMOND, OK) Reviewed for a 2004 Acura MDX —3/21/2014 6:29 AM

The item comes with very clear installation instructions. Install was a breeze.

View More Reviews

Go Rhino Hitch Step Reviews


The perfect addition.

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.

View More Reviews

Tow Ready T-One Connector Reviews


Don't know why I didn't go with this the first time.

Reviewed By David A (Middleville, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Murano —7/30/2016 6:06 AM

Paid $150 three years ago to have a trailer light system installed by a trailer dealer. It started blowing fuses and troubleshooting showed it was the power wire dealer installed was shorting. Further study showed it wasn't even needed! This kit is set up to plug into the power wire that is ALREADY THERE! Took about one hour to install and that included removing my old wires and panels. Works great. Only improvements would be better photos (or DVD or YouTube file).

View More Reviews