2016 Acura MDX
42,066 Miles | Margate, FL
$23,899
Est $344/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
62,193 Miles | Miami, FL
$22,399
Est $323/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
65,387 Miles | Miami, FL
$21,999
Est $317/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
34,893 Miles | Margate, FL
$24,999
Est $360/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
38,339 Miles | Miami, FL
$24,399
Est $352/mo

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2014 Acura MDX
80,561 Miles | Miami, FL
$16,025
Est $231/mo

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2007 Acura MDX
128,490 Miles | Highlands Ranch, CO
$10,400
Est $150/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
25,351 Miles | Colorado Springs, CO
$32,576
Est $470/mo

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2009 Acura MDX
44,256 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$17,989
Est $259/mo

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2009 Acura MDX
99,875 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$14,975
Est $216/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
29,000 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$29,600
Est $427/mo

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2012 Acura MDX
45,337 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$21,730
Est $313/mo

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2014 Acura MDX
21,845 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$31,250
Est $450/mo

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2008 Acura MDX
66,532 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$13,675
Est $197/mo

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2015 Acura MDX
51,133 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$25,200
Est $363/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
40,993 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$28,600
Est $412/mo

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2018 Acura MDX
11,679 Miles | Marietta, GA
$45,991
Est $663/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
31,088 Miles | Smyrna, GA
$30,298
Est $437/mo

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2012 Acura MDX
96,169 Miles | Roswell, GA
$15,466
Est $223/mo

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2016 Acura MDX
20,401 Miles | Marietta, GA
$30,591
Est $441/mo

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Acura MDX Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.2
91 Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.2
Performance
4.0
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.3
Reliability
4.1

Acura MDX Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Acura MDX - Safe and Luxurious

Christina
Belford, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
Bought this truck while I was pregnant, so I could have a safe, reliable vehicle to transport my precious cargo around in. I am very pleased with my purchase. The inside of this truck is luxurious and comfortable. There are many safety features. It drives smoothly, and more like a car than an SUV. We have driven it far distances and for an SUV it does pretty great on gas. I don't feel like I am constantly stopping to fill up. Our mileage is over 100K and the truck still runs great. It has lots of great features such as, a digital tire pressure monitor, a digital oil level monitor that alerts you when you need to get your oil changed, navigation, heated seats, separate temperature regulators for driver, passenger, and back seat, optional 3rd row seating, a tow latch. The interior is roo... (more)
Story
We have taken our 11 month old daughter on road trips to Canada and North Carolina using this vehicle. She loves it and will stay awake later than normal just sitting in her car seat in the backseat singing, and looking out the window, enjoying the ride.
Pros
Heated Seats Gas Mileage Comfort Appearance
Cons
Blind Spots - there are a few bad blind spots on this vehicle. Once you are aware of them you can be sure to accommodate. The Rearview camera isn't that helpful, it doesn't have the lines to help you with backing into a space, and can be a little unclear.. I tend to use it as a bit of a crutch, but not as my main tool for driving in reverse.

2010 Acura MDX - Excellent Daily Driver

DL
Norman, Oklahoma
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The Vehicle has an excellent build quality. After 5 years there has been no maintenance needed outside of regular oil and filter changes, tire rotations, etc. The interior of the vehicle is very comfortable, as well as spacious. I like how the car handles on the road. It has especially good acceleration and braking, I can get up to speed or stop very quickly. The Acura MDX sport is a great all around car for daily driving. I like to travel several times a year across the US and this car is perfect for long or short road trips with lots of gear or persons.
Story
I once took this vehicle camping in a mountain valley that received flood rains and the all-wheel drive in the vehicle was strong enough to drive through the muddy ground.
Pros
My favorite features of the vehicle include a powerful A/C system, with the option to control the temperature on individual sides of the car as well as different temperature controls for the front and rear seats. I love the GPS system and map, it has been very accurate and has not needed an update since purchasing the vehicle. The seat heaters, leather seats, and lumbar support on the drivers side are all excellent bonus features.
Cons
The brakes are very sensitive and take some getting used to. The tires on the right side seem to lose air much faster than the ones on the left. The car can get very hot on the interior due to the black leather on the inside of the car. The back hatch could have been made more square to allow for extra space as it is slightly smaller than my previous vehicle.

2007 Acura MDX - Love my tank!

Sara
Hartford, Connecticut
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
3.0
I have a lot of anxiety after getting into an accident with a small car. The car is large and sturdy. It has a smooth ride, and its a gorgeous classic and classy SUV. It is actually terrible on gas only about 18miles/gallon, but it is also an older model. It is beginning to show its years, partly because I drive about three hours a day.
Story
Gas around here is dependent on things in the south. Gas has always been something I get to bet my friends on. We used to bet at the gas pump how much it would take to full my tank (usually around 80 bucks). Sometime later the prices dropped, and I got down to about 48, but when the hurricane seasons come around, it's betting season again (for fun, nothing serious).
Pros
It's a comfortable ride. It is "nimbus gray" which is a dark gray color. It's sleek looking despite its spacious interior. The interior is black leather. I bought the car used, and the leather still looks great after ten years. Keeping it clean is priority because when you open the door, its noticeably more beautiful when its wiped out and vacuumed. Driving it really gives me a sense of pride over my belongings. The car is also pretty sturdy mechanically. I got a couple of things fixed directly after I purchased it used, and it has been regular maintenance. It really lives up to its expect... (more)
Cons
Gas mileage is a big one. I am always on the highway, and it really does take a lot out of my car. It also takes 93 as opposed to 87 and 89. It also is extremely expensive to maintain, and although it does hold its own, as the car ages, some things begin to go. The alternator went for about 800 dollars, and that is not including other regular things like brakes and belts. It will hurt your pocket when it's time.

Acura MDX Generations

The Acura MDX is a midsize luxury crossover from Honda's luxury brand. It comes in gas or hybrid versions and offers three rows of seats. It competes with a variety of luxury three-row family crossovers including the Infiniti QX60, Lexus RX L, Buick Enclave, Mazda CX-9 and the Lincoln Nautilus.

2014 - Present (Third Generation) YD3

The third generation of MDX began with the 2014 model and it now offered a front-wheel-drive-only model for the U.S. market. The new engine was a 3.5-liter V6 putting out 290 horsepower and featuring variable cylinder management. It was paired with a six-speed automatic transmission for the 2014 and 2015 models but later upgraded to a nine-speed automatic transmission.

All-wheel-drive models improved gas mileage slightly with 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

Interior upgrades included a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, active safety features like radar cruise control and pre-collision braking and Acura's 'Jewel-eye' headlights.

The MDX has high received scores for safety, including four Good ratings from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety and six five star ratings out of eight possible from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Acura refreshed the MDX in 2017; this update featured a new grille (without the chrome bar across the front), LED headlights and more standard safety features.

Notably, this refresh included the introduction of an all-wheel-drive only hybrid model with a 3.0-liter V6 engine and seven-speed dual clutch transmission.

In 2019, Acura introduced the A-Spec sport-oriented trim package with 20-inch wheels and dark exterior accents instead of chrome. The powertrain for this package stays the same as the other trims.

2007 - 2013 (Second Generation) YD2

The second generation of MDX came out for the 2007 model year.

Its exterior styling was vastly changed, featuring sharper lines and a redesigned grille. It also had a longer wheelbase than the previous generation and a wider track, despite sacrificing some rearview visibility.

The standard engine was upgraded to a 3.7-liter V6 that put out 300 horsepower and was able to go zero to 60 in 6.5 seconds. It was rated for 16 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway. It was also considered one of Honda's most powerful engines to that point. This engine was paired with a five-speed automatic.

The automatic AWD system was replaced by an even more advanced system, which now had an active rear differential, similar to those on high-performance sports cars. The MDX had a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.

As was common with Acura, the MDX was well-equipped at all levels of trim with features like leather interior, a moonroof and Xenon headlights. Between the model years of 2007 and 2009, there were three available option packages in the Technology Package, Sport Package and Entertainment Package. Each package offered a range of options to appeal to consumers looking for high-tech, sporty driving or entertainment.

There were a few mid-generation upgrades for the MDX. In 2008, an auto-dimming rearview mirror was added. In 2009, navigation upgrades and two new colors were added.

In 2010, the MDX underwent a new facelift primarily to adopt Acura's new grille style that it was using across all models. It also added a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. The Advance Package added a number of advanced safety options and premium leather seats.

2001 - 2006 (First Generation) YD1

The first generation of MDX debuted for the 2001 model year as an all-wheel-drive crossover SUV.

It was built on a revised Honda Global mid-size platform, which is similar to what's used on the Honda Accord and Acura TL, which are both passenger cars, and the Honda Odyssey minivan.

The standard engine was a 3.5-liter V6 with 240 horsepower paired with a five-speed automatic transmission.

The curb weight of this generation was just over 4,400 pounds with a 106.3-inch wheelbase and eight inches of ground clearance. The cargo area had two extra seats that folded into the floor. Even though the MDX was designed to allow for seven passengers, the third row of seats was on the small side and could only seat two people.

This generation of MDX offered an automatic 4WD system that engaged whenever wheel slipping was detected. It also offered a lock mode for permanent 4WD to climb hills or to get the vehicle unstuck. For normal cruising, the vehicle switched to FWD to increase gas mileage and reduce noise from the drivetrain. The difference between the 4WD auto system in the MDX vs. some other vehicles is that it tries to predict when it will lose traction and then applies four-wheel power. Many other auto 4WD systems wait for an actual loss of traction before sending power.

Acura gave this generation of MDX a slight facelift in 2004 and upgraded the 3.5-liter V6 to 265 horsepower.

Acura MDX Generations

The Acura MDX is a midsize luxury crossover from Honda's luxury brand. It comes in gas or hybrid versions and offers three rows of seats. It competes with a variety of luxury three-row family crossovers including the Infiniti QX60, Lexus RX L, Buick Enclave, Mazda CX-9 and the Lincoln Nautilus.

2014 - Present (Third Generation) YD3

The third generation of MDX began with the 2014 model and it now offered a front-wheel-drive-only model for the U.S. market. The new engine was a 3.5-liter V6 putting out 290 horsepower and featuring variable cylinder management. It was paired with a six-speed automatic transmission for the 2014 and 2015 models but later upgraded to a nine-speed automatic transmission.

All-wheel-drive models improved gas mileage slightly with 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

Interior upgrades included a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, active safety features like radar cruise control and pre-collision braking and Acura's 'Jewel-eye' headlights.

The MDX has high received scores for safety, including four Good ratings from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety and six five star ratings out of eight possible from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Acura refreshed the MDX in 2017; this update featured a new grille (without the chrome bar across the front), LED headlights and more standard safety features.

Notably, this refresh included the introduction of an all-wheel-drive only hybrid model with a 3.0-liter V6 engine and seven-speed dual clutch transmission.

In 2019, Acura introduced the A-Spec sport-oriented trim package with 20-inch wheels and dark exterior accents instead of chrome. The powertrain for this package stays the same as the other trims.

2007 - 2013 (Second Generation) YD2

The second generation of MDX came out for the 2007 model year.

Its exterior styling was vastly changed, featuring sharper lines and a redesigned grille. It also had a longer wheelbase than the previous generation and a wider track, despite sacrificing some rearview visibility.

The standard engine was upgraded to a 3.7-liter V6 that put out 300 horsepower and was able to go zero to 60 in 6.5 seconds. It was rated for 16 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway. It was also considered one of Honda's most powerful engines to that point. This engine was paired with a five-speed automatic.

The automatic AWD system was replaced by an even more advanced system, which now had an active rear differential, similar to those on high-performance sports cars. The MDX had a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.

As was common with Acura, the MDX was well-equipped at all levels of trim with features like leather interior, a moonroof and Xenon headlights. Between the model years of 2007 and 2009, there were three available option packages in the Technology Package, Sport Package and Entertainment Package. Each package offered a range of options to appeal to consumers looking for high-tech, sporty driving or entertainment.

There were a few mid-generation upgrades for the MDX. In 2008, an auto-dimming rearview mirror was added. In 2009, navigation upgrades and two new colors were added.

In 2010, the MDX underwent a new facelift primarily to adopt Acura's new grille style that it was using across all models. It also added a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. The Advance Package added a number of advanced safety options and premium leather seats.

2001 - 2006 (First Generation) YD1

The first generation of MDX debuted for the 2001 model year as an all-wheel-drive crossover SUV.

It was built on a revised Honda Global mid-size platform, which is similar to what's used on the Honda Accord and Acura TL, which are both passenger cars, and the Honda Odyssey minivan.

The standard engine was a 3.5-liter V6 with 240 horsepower paired with a five-speed automatic transmission.

The curb weight of this generation was just over 4,400 pounds with a 106.3-inch wheelbase and eight inches of ground clearance. The cargo area had two extra seats that folded into the floor. Even though the MDX was designed to allow for seven passengers, the third row of seats was on the small side and could only seat two people.

This generation of MDX offered an automatic 4WD system that engaged whenever wheel slipping was detected. It also offered a lock mode for permanent 4WD to climb hills or to get the vehicle unstuck. For normal cruising, the vehicle switched to FWD to increase gas mileage and reduce noise from the drivetrain. The difference between the 4WD auto system in the MDX vs. some other vehicles is that it tries to predict when it will lose traction and then applies four-wheel power. Many other auto 4WD systems wait for an actual loss of traction before sending power.

Acura gave this generation of MDX a slight facelift in 2004 and upgraded the 3.5-liter V6 to 265 horsepower.

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