2011 Acura MDX Values
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2011 model year changes
Following significant styling revisions last year, the 2011 Acura MDX sees no major changes.
Lots of power with good handling; tons of available technology; luxurious cabin
Special features for 2011
This 7-seater MDX has a nice array of standard features even at the base level and includes a lengthy options list. There's plenty of room for a family and its gear--and the MDX includes 10 cupholders for just such duty. Fit and finish are excellent across the board including a very quiet cabin. Super Handling all-wheel drive is more for on-pavement performance than off-roading, but for those looking for a minivan or station wagon upgrade, the MDX performs admirably.
Celebrating ten years on the market, the Acura MDX shows off 7-passenger utility with premium motoring. Automatic climate control, power tailgate, Bluetooth connectivity and a 7-speaker stereo system is standard on all 2011 MDX models for luxury comfort. The 2011 Acura MDX can be upgraded with a 10-speaker surround sound audio system as well as AcuraLink's Real-Time Traffic and Weather packages. Only available with a 300 horsepower, 3.7 liter V-6 engine, the 2011 Acura MDX is paired with Acura's Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system. Offering a remarkably sporty yet comfortable ride for a crossover vehicle, Nurburgring-tuned suspension and a 6-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel paddle shifters provides peak control to the driver. Adaptive cruise control, collision migration braking system and a rear-view camera are high-tech safety features optional on the 2011 MDX crossover.