2017 Acura MDX


The new 2017 Acura MDX offers lots of value for the money, excellent top crash-tests scores, an adept handling, a hush cabin, a confident acceleration, and familiar comfort, value, and performance. Its release date should be expected sometime at the middle of next year, although it still a contentious issue as of this writing.

The popular 2017 Acura MDX is almost back again on the market, and comes with some of the latest nitty-gritties as standard and a slew of standard features. The MDX has a solid reputation for offering a strong reliability and resale value, and this is especially true for the new 2017 model.

Numerous updates and exterior and interior changes should be expected once the MDX is released to the market. Our spy photos reveal Acura has made some changes to the existing color palette and buyers should look out for more additions. Other exterior add-ons are mild and include rejuvenated headlight and taillights design.


On its interior, plenty of upscale features and technologies have been offered. Equipment, for example, include a nine-speed automatic transmission system, a blind-spot monitoring with rear-cross traffic alert, automatic braking, a rearview camera, and lane-departure warning and mitigation. Throw in Acura’s rewarding driving dynamics and you’ve got yourself an excellent three-row luxury crossover.

It is satisfying to ride on the road. Its cabin is quiet and the drive quality is surprisingly athletic especially at around turns. The 3.5L V6 engine offered under its hood may lack a solid rpm figure, but winding it out a bit will make you realize that it can actually be one of the quickest in its segment.

Few foibles exist, however. They include a dim-witted adaptive cruise control, a modest cargo capacity, subpar graphics, and a less-luxurious feeling cabin look. Even so, the new 2017 Acura MDX is arguably the most sensible choice in the segment of midsize luxury SUVs.

Alternatives you can consider in the segment include the 2017 Audi Q7 and the 2017 Volvo XC90. They are both versatile, fuel-thrifty, and have a more restrained design. Others include the 2017 Honda Pilot, the 2017 Infiniti QX60, and the 2017 BMW X5.

Offered Trims – Acura MDX

Five trims – base, AcuraWatch Plus, Technology, Entertainment, and Advance trim levels are offered for the 2017 Acura MDX.

Exterior Review & 2017 Acura MDX Interior Accessories


Accessories and features provided for the base MDX include a heated eight-way power front seats, automatic LED headlights, 18” wheels, a rearview auto-dimming mirror, a leather upholstery, a rear privacy glass, a power liftgate, driver memory settings, automatic tri-zone climate control, a power telescopic-and-tilt steering wheel, and keyless ignition and entry.

Technology highlights include a USB/iPod interface, Free voice controls, a rearview multi-angled camera, a 7-inch touchscreen interface, a CD player, Aha and Pandora compatibility, Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity, and an eight-speaker sound system.

Opting for the MDX AcuraWatch Plus package throws in an adaptive cruise control, an automatic braking, Road Departure Mitigation, and forward collision mitigation system.

The MDX Technology steps up the ante with voice controls, a blind-spot monitor with rear-cross traffic alert, 19” alloy wheels, automatic mitigation braking, lane-departure warning system, solar-sensing climate control, a 10-speaker Acura/ELS surround-sound audio system, and a navigation system.

The MDX Entertainment trim adds an additional speaker, a rear door window sunshade, a 110-V power outlet, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, and a 9” screen.

Lastly, the MDX Advance trim level builds on what the Technology and AcuraWatch packages offer plus an automatic engine start-stop, heated second-row seats, side-view auto-dimming mirrors, remote engine start, rear parking sensors, and ventilated front seats.


We are still compiling more details ahead of its release date, and more updates on the post should be expected.

2017 Acura MDX Engine Specs

Inspiring the 2017 Acura MDX is a 3.5L V6 able to crank out about 290 hp and 267 lbs. ft. of torque. This power is routed to either the standard FWD or the SH-AWD by the standard nine-speed transmission system.

It is estimated by EPA that fuel economy will be 27/19/22 mpg on the highway/city/combined with the front-wheel drive, and a slight drop for the SH-AWD – 26/18/21 mpg.

0-60 mph with the SH-AWD should be expected in 6.5 seconds. Its top speed, according to rumors should be expected at just under 180 mph.



Wheelbase: 9 ft. 3 in. (111 in.)
Length: 16 ft. 1.6 in. (193.6 in.)
Width: 77.2 in.
Passenger volume: 132 ft³
Cargo volume: 15.0 cu.ft. (max. 68.4 cu.ft. )
Curb weight: 3960 lbs.
Top Speed: 180 mph
0-60: 5.9 sec
MPG: 19/27 mpg (city/highway)
Available Exterior Colors: Crystal Black Pearl, Dark Cherry Pearl, Graphite Luster Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, White Diamond Pearl…
Towing Capacity: 3500 lbs.


2017 Acura MDX Release Date & Price

its price should be expected at around $43,015 MSPR. It should be expected to go for sale sometime in the middle of next year. The owners-manual and lease terms can be found on Acura online forums.

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