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Acura MDX Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Acura MDX . Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Acura MDX.
For nearly two decades, the Acura MDX has served as the luxury brand's flagship SUV. From humble beginnings as Acura's adaptation of the Honda Pilot, the MDX has evolved into a world-class three-row utility vehicle with a comfortable ride, excellent handling characteristics, and a wealth of advanced safety features. Discover the ins and out on used Acura MDXs, available now in Carvana’s inventory.
Cutting-Edge Safety TechnologyWhile the AcuraWatch Plus safety package isn’t a newfangled concept, added features like rear cross-traffic alerts and a camera-based lane-keeping system are standard features available across all vehicles in Acura’s 2016 lineup. That of course includes the Acura MDX, which enables individuals who value safety to save some money on advanced safety features without having to upgrade trim levels.
Satisfying Driving CharacteristicsThe Acura MDX has earned acclaim as one of the most engaging three-row crossovers to drive. Not only does the MDX offer a remarkably quiet ride on the highway, but it also provides an impressive level of athleticism when carving up winding roads.
Impressive AccelerationOutfit with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that comes standard, the MDX makes up for what its lacks in strong low-rpm torque with terrific acceleration for a crossover. In Edmunds performance testing, the MDX sprinted from 0 to 60 mph in a scant 6.5 seconds.
Braking AbilityIf you plan to do a fair share of driving over terrain with lots of large elevation changes, the MDX may not offer the kind of satisfactory braking you’re looking for. In Edmunds brake testing, the MDX came to a stop from 60 mph in 122 feet. This a decent stopping distance, though it exhibited some fade on proceeding stops.
Style And LuxuriousnessThough well-constructed to get the get the job done, the MDX’s cabin area doesn’t have the style and luxurious touch seen in rivals such as the Lexus RX and Volvo XC60. Additionally, the push-button gear selector is more of a novelty than a breakthrough in functionality, and the dual-screen infotainment system can be difficult to use.
Adaptive Cruise ControlIn concept, the adaptive cruise control that is optional on the Acura MDX is a fantastic idea. However, in practice, it doesn’t quite deliver, showing a tendency to be too quick to put on the brakes and too slow to speed up again.
Acura MDX Reviews
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