Acura MDX Changed For 2022

Acura MDX Changed For 2022


The mini-car-lineups of Acura have received phases of amendments and the recent of all is the MDX, the impressive hauler, which has received some great feature goodies for 2021.

The TLX sedan and SUV RDX have both given their share of intellect to the Acura MDX. The interior is done up with a great piece of glimmering luxury material and suits well the opulent beading of Acura on it. 

Acura has re-worked a lot on the engine of MDX and has given it the power of a 3.5-liter V6 engine which pops out 290 horsepower with an all-wheel-drive platform slicking with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

The Type S model of Acura MDX and get gifted with 355 horsepower, 3.0-liter V6 engine paired with an all-wheel drive as standard.

What’s New In The Box Of 2021?

Team Acura took a leap in patting the MDX with the fumes of changes and is working right away for the year 2022. The cascading of the car will reach dealerships nearly in February 2021 and a startling skin to the car is shared with its older siblings TLX and RDX.

What’s New In The Engine?

The outgoing model of the Acura MDX shares the same set of heart-palpitations and has 290 horsepower, 3.5 liters V6, and although the engine dimensions are pretty an ‘already-mingled-over’ thing the gear slick has not gotten an upgrade and is 10 speed automatic rather than being as 9 speed. 

Front-wheel drive has been kept as ‘for all’ and all-wheel drive is left as optional and the newer generation of the Acura MDX will also be rendering a Hybrid system as well. 

A 355 horsepower 3.0-liter V6 engine is what is maintained confidently by its sporty Type S model and is tapped with an all-wheel-drive.

The Feature Talk

The Acura MDX hasn’t stepped in the weighing scales either of the NHTSA, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and nor the IIHS, Insurance Institute Of Highway Safety but that didn’t lessen the attitude of the aggressively hunting Acura MDX. 

Either out of bestowing the car or the happy sales figure of MDX, the Team Acura is imposing yet another fleet of driver assistance features as standard to the car. 

Some wonderful safety features of the car 

  • Pedestrian detection
  • The automated emergency braking system
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Lane departure assist 
  • An adaptive cruise control system

The Price Tag Emblazoned

The roll-out of monetary talks hooked to any luxury driven car is an outshow of hefty tags clung to them and although Acura MDX surely chomps your pockets,  is a worth-owning car.

Base $47,925
Technology $52,625
A-Spec $58,125
Advance $61,675
Type S $65,000