2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid AWD Review

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New for 2017 is the Hybrid version of Acura’s popular MDX. This addition to the model line boasts four engines – 1 gas powered, and 3 electric. The gas powered V6 displaces 3.0 liters, and features 24 valves managed by Honda’s patented VTEC camshaft technology.

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2017 Acura MDX AWD Advance Review

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In the course of a test year, I drive almost all the mid-price SUVs. For the most part, they make little long lasting impression. Acura’s MDX, however, breaks the mold of boring conformity. This is without doubt the company’s best model, which also explains why it’s their best selling SUV.

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2016 Acura MDX AWD Review

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In 2014, Acura brought an all new MDX to the mid-size SUV market segment. Since then, this entry, which remains unchanged for 2016, has become the all time top selling SUV with three rows of seating. In practice, this stretched Acura looks and behaves more like a minivan than a sports utility vehicle.

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2010 Acura MDX Review

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The MDX is definitely an SUV, and a very luxurious one at that. Having seen a lot of MDX’s on the road over the last few years, I had no idea how roomy they really were. In my opinion,

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2008 Acura MDX Review and Driving Impressions

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Acura MDX Consumer Reviews Acura MDX More Expert Reviews 2008 Acura MDX Photo Gallery 2008 Acura MDX SH-AWD Specs By Twain Mein Pros: An SUV that handles well Every electronic gadget you could imagine Luxurious interior Real 3rd row seating Cons: Modest acceleration Mediocre gas mileage Electronics overload Introduction This is the upgrade to the […]

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2008 Acura MDX Review – Putting the Sport Back in Sport Utility Vehicle

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Acura calls it super-handling all-wheel drive (SH-AWD). Most drivers will call it “Holy !!@%*! This thing can corner!” SH-AWD distributes optimal engine torque not just between the front and rear axles, but also between the left and right rear wheel.

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