Acura keeps its model options simple. You can either get the car with our without the tech package. This being CNET Car Tech, we of course got the tech package, which includes GPS and a surround sound stereo system. Bluetooth cell phone integration comes on both versions. Read full review
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Acura remains devoted to its design style, despite criticism in the automotive press. The grille in particular is distinct. Read full review
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The MDX is motivated by a 3.7-liter aluminum block V-6, making 300 horsepower. Average fuel economy comes in around 18 mpg. Read full review
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The chunky MDX has three rows of seating, fitting two in the front and back, and three in the middle. Read full review
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The MDX uses Acura's super-handling all-wheel-drive system, called SH-AWD. Torque is generally biased toward the front wheels, but 50 percent is sent to the rear wheels as needed. Read full review
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Although there is decent cargo space with the third row up, the rear seats can be folded down to create more space. Read full review
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The interior of the MDX fits the mold of Acura's other cars. It doesn't overwhelm you with luxury, but the materials have a quality feel and the fit looks good. Read full review
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Voice command controls are integrated into the steering wheel, a better arrangement than with Acura's sedans, where the buttons are attached to the sides of the wheel. Read full review
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Blue rings around the gauges have become a signature Acura theme. Read full review
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The MDX uses a five-speed automatic transmission with a manual mode, a drive train piece standard in many models from the company. Read full review
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The instrument panel remains covered in buttons, one of our biggest complaints about Acura's interface. Read full review
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Acura was the first company to include XM NavTraffic in its navigation system. Unfortunately, that navigation system hasn't been updated since. Read full review
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We like how you can choose from four route options as soon as you enter a destination. Read full review
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Acura includes a set of apps in its infotainment system, such as this calendar. Read full review
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XM satellite radio comes with the tech package, and is also the means by which traffic information is delivered. Read full review
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The MDX gets the ELS surround sound system, which generally produces nice audio, but could use a little more power in the large MDX. Read full review
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The speaker package includes these forward-facing tweeters mounted on the rear pillars. Read full review
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The DVD entertainment system is mounted to the ceiling and includes jacks for external sources. Read full review
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