2014 Acura MDX Review

August 13th, 2013 | Comments Closed | Acura

2014 Acura MDX Review to the illustrates the benefits of smart and selective evolution. The previous generation to was a success popular with buyers with the enjoyed this midsize luxury crossover SUV’s sporty performance and luxurious nature. Still there is always room for improvement and Canny have Produced upgrades to even more refined adaptation, Poised to state even broader appeal.

Last year’s 2014 Acura MDX Review shared its platform with the previous-generation Honda Pilot and Odyssey. For the year 2014 ther in 2014 Acura MDX gets a new platform offers a slight vergroten did in interior room. Within the MDX’s cabin are a useful new features, zoals as did a second row slides forward with the touch of a button to Facilitate third-row access. The 7-inch touch screen Largely replaces the endless array of buttons dat dominated the center stack of previous models, and this upgrade the Dash Gives a cleaner to more modern look.

The 2014 Acura MDX Review 3.5-liter V6 under the hood to and though it offers 10 less horsepower to than the 3.7-liter it replaces, it Boasts more low-end torque thanks to direct fuel injection technology. Acura says the 2014 Acura MDX Review gets from zero to 60 mph in half a second quicker than last year’s model, Largely due to a 275-pound curb weight reduction. The new to the engine Brings fuel economy gains, too, and AWD models ihb offering a 17 percent improvement in combined mpg. And to for the first time ever 2014 Acura MDX Review midsize Crossover’ll be available with two wheel drive which Gives Buyers in mild climates a less expensive (and more fuel-efficient) entry point into MDX ownership.

The 2014 Acura MDX Review technology package adds a navigation system voice controls bluetooth audio connectivity AcuraLink and a 10-speaker Acura / ELS surround sound audio system with HD radio. So included with this package are 19-inch alloy wheels, rain-sensing wipers, rear with keyless entry to GPS-linked and solar sensing climate control toand lane departure warning to the blind spot warning and forward collision in a warning system.

The 2014 Acura MDX technology and entertainment package adds a 115-volt household-style power outlet to heated rear seats rear door window sunshades to a rear seat DVD entertainment system with a 9-inch screen, and at Additional speakers for the surround -sound audio system

2014 Acura MDX Review advance and Entertainment Package builds on the Above features with robbery rails in front and rear parking sensors, remote start to the auto dimming sideview mirrors upgraded leather upholstery to ventilated front seats of a collision mitigation vomiting system lane keeping assist adaptive cruise control eight way power front to passenger seat and upgraded to rear seat entertainment system with a 16.2-inch screen and two additional speakers to HDMI input.

The 2014 Acura MDX Review is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 did produces 290 hp and 267 pound feet of torque. A six of the speed automatic transmission and front wheel drive are standard to and all wheel drive is available as to option standard safety equipment for the 2014 Acura MDX Review includes antilock disc brakes to front seat side airbags side curtain airbags a driver is knee airbag, active front head restraints and traction and stability control. A multi-angle rearview camera Lost Their standard, and AWD models come with a Stabilizing feature for trailer towing.

The 2014 Acura MDX remains one of the more enjoyable luxury crossovers to drive. Relative to the previous generation to the steering is now lighter in low-speed situations and this midsize luxury SUV Gives a more confident feel on the open road. The 2014 model look to has a more forgiving be less busy ride quality than previous models. Though to the current V6 engine offerings in Slightly less power than the old V6 in Acura Acura MDX Claims did the 014] is actually a bit quicker than its predecessor.

2014 Acura MDX Review

2014 Acura MDX Review

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