2015 Acura MDX Values

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2015 model year changes

The Acura MDX returns in 2015 with minimal changes, after a somewhat comprehensive redesign for 2014. Prices start below $43,000.

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Attractive styling; improved fuel efficiency; room for seven; advanced technology; available all-wheel drive

Special features for 2015

The Acura MDX seems to grow in popularity every year, and the new third-generation model is no exception. Acura engineers accentuated last year's model's positives to help design a midsize luxury SUV that is easy to love and even easier to live with. Three rows of seats makes carpooling a breeze, while increased cargo space behind the second row of seats makes carting around a weekend project's worth of gardening supplies a snap. Front-wheel-drive availability makes the MDX a bit easier on the wallet, for those who don't need Acura's excellent Super Handling All-Wheel Drive. Like all Acuras, the MDX is loaded with plenty of excellent, useful technology to enhance entertainment, comfort and safety in equal measures.
Redesigned for its 2014 model year, the Acura MDX now features a noise-canceling interior with new controls and the same style and features that you know and love. Choose from one trim level that can be enhanced and upgraded with a variety of different satiable options. This seven-passenger SUV comes with the following standard features: 18” alloy wheels, LED headlights that are automatic, heated mirrors, full power accessories, powered liftgate, sunroof, remote start and entry, powered front seats, leather upholstery, triple-zone climate control (automatic), auto-dimming mirrors (side and rearview), 7” touchscreen control console with GPS, backup camera and Bluetooth/iPod/USB connectivity, and an eight-speaker premium audio system. Upgrades will add desirable features like the AcuraLink smartphone app, 19” wheels, wipers that will sense the rain and turn on automatically, climate control that senses the outdoor temperature automatically, blind spot as well as lane departure alarms, standard home electric outlet (115-volt), and a DVD system in the cabin rear with a 9” screen. Other options can add things like a larger screen in the back (16.2”) and two more speakers for the surround sound system. A reliable and zippy 3.5-liter V6 engine that makes 290 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque powers the MDX. You’ll get an extendable 48-month/50,000-mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty with your purchase.