The MDX is Acura’s best selling vehicle. Why? Because, while it’s not thrilling, it’s actually damn good at Luxury SUV-ing. What do you need to know before you buy an Acura MDX? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
This is not a joke. Instead of writing crossover, MotorWeek wrote 'xover.' This'll be a good one.
In an event sure to generate as least as much excitement — or more, probably — as the surprise appearance of the Subaru WRX Concept yesterday, the first official photo of the Acura MDX showed up online. If this doesn't get your adrenaline flowing, I don't know what will. You probably don't even need coffee anymore!
All of the big debuts from the Detroit Auto Show have now had the literal sheet pulled off of them. Some of them were great, some of them were ok, and some of them weren't good at all.
"Prototype" is the perfect word to describe the this MDX concept as it doesn't appear to look like any Acura, or really any car, we've ever seen before. From its dramatic use of headlights in the front of the car to the inclusion of LEDs — normally reserved for hi-tech electronics — to the glass enclosed cockpit…
In the current Acura lineup, the MDX just might be the best looking car. The strange beak in the grill doesn't look bad in this application and it is pretty decent to drive.
The 2010 Acura MDX has been loaded down with technology like no SUV before. That's a good thing, as that tech solves so many of the problems inherent to the SUV form factor.
The folks over at Kelley Blue Book have announced the ten vehicles they predict will have the best resale value over the next five years in each category. Not surprisingly, the Corvette Z06 makes the list for "high performance vehicle" as there's no high privilege charge attached to buying a new one. They predict you…