2017 Acura MDX- the after MDX bills a fairly unique role in the SUV market place, making it a fairly common fixture in suburban driveways. This luxury SUV has three rows of seats, something at its direct competitor the Lexus RX can't claim. One way the MDX keeps up with the market is near constant changes. Since the redesign came out in 2014, there's a new 9-speed automatic for 2016 and now more updates for 2017 Acura MDX.
2017 Acura MDX Changes
Some changes are merely cosmetic, Acura speak like Brendan has been defanged. But other changes are more important advanced safety equipment including forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking, is standard on every single MDX on every trim line. Note though that blind spot monitoring isn't standard, it's included on all with the base trim level. Meanwhile a lot of the basics remain the same, 2017 Acura MDX will be powered by a 3.5 liters to 290 horsepower at v6 engine. We’re not thrilled with the smoothness with a nine-speed automatic transmission. And we really don't like the electric shifter a mishmash of squares and circles that you push your pool like a child's toy. at least it automatically shifts to park, in case you accidentally open the door, or shut off the ignition in gear at a standstill.
2017 Acura MDX Interior
But the 2017 MDX isn't exciting to drive, handling is relatively mundane. you expect a luxury SUV being nice and side in the MDX doesn't disappoint. There are plenty of padded surfaces inside lots of wood grand and chrome accents but it's not quite plush. Front seats a roomy and well-shaped but we have complaints about their power adjustments. Some drivers couldn't lower the bottom cushion enough, and we are disappointed that the lumbar support doesn't adjust for height. Especially at this price, the second row seats are supportive for long trips, and can fit three adults comfortably for shorter John's .getting to the small third row comes via a slick single push button on either side of the vehicle.
2017 Acura MDX Price
Large windows given good view out of the front and side, but the rear view is compromised by sticker’s pillars and the rear head restraint. Fortunately the big door mirrors is standard backup camera help. Displays do have big fonts and are easy to read, but the system logic is convoluted making it distracting to you. Many simple tests take the multiple steps, also there's no apple carplay or android auto. a front wheel drive MDX starts around $ 45,000. All wheel drive adds two grand. Climb to the top of the MDX exclude chain and you get a top trim index advanced like this one. It adds features including a surround view camera, heated steering wheel, fancier front seats and available second row captain's chair. It’s different for $ 57,475.