2009 ACURA MDX
Car drives with a good road feel, responds and handles with confidence. Having driven an MDX for 10 yrs. We are please with most refinements. However, I find that there are too many controls within a single option & makes it confusing if driving: little becomes more & dangerous. The car has marginally reduced space/room in certain & noticeable areas. All in all, we are pleased with vehicle, we only hope that it lives up the durability, performance & stamina of its' older brother. As with most car owners, gas mileage is less than expected & advertised.
2004 ACURA MDX
I bought the Acura mdx because my wife wanted a good awd vehicle. The downside is that it's gas mileage is around 14mpg.
2012 ACURA MDX
2012 a great car. Wonderful smooth transmission with lots of acceleration. Very ergonomic design of the electronics.
I prefer its handling over the newer model. Have not found any other SUV that is comparable.
by JOHN PETERS
2008 ACURA MDX
Love it, owned a Honda in the past and glad to be back on one. 100 Ks on it and still feels and drive like new. Plenty of HP and still a smooth ride.
2006 ACURA MDX
Bought this vehicle because of its reputation as a reliable car. Used for everyday transportation and pleasure. The searching, looking and buying process took about three to four months to find an MDX that was right for us. Be patient it takes time to find a good car.
by Ralph B.
2007 ACURA MDX
Best midsize SUV. Very balanced drive. Trouble free for 7 yrs. Minor problems, rarely. Responsive 300 hp non turbo engine. Comfortable and stable on the highway.
Used Acura MDX Information
The Multi-Dimensional luXury crossover, or Acura MDX, was introduced in 2000 and became the first crossover sport utility to have a third row of seating. The first-generation MDX was built on the Honda mid-size platform for global vehicles and was powered by a well-received VTEC V6 engine.
The MDX introduced several relatively new technologies to the crossover market, including an automated four-wheel drive system that not only sensed driving conditions, but also engaged when accelerating off the line but that otherwise runs in front-wheel drive mode for fuel efficiency. As a step above the simpler system used in the Honda CR-V, the Acura MDX has an intelligent, computer-controlled system that attempts to predict slippage to prevent it.
The first-generation (2000-2006) became one of the most popular luxury crossovers on the market and received much critical acclaim from the automotive press. Changes during the six years of the vehicle's first series production included safety and technology enhancements as well as steady engine output boosting. The introduction of standard dual rear tailpipes from 2004 marks the pinnacle of those changes.
For 2007, an all-new generation of the Acura MDX was introduced. It was larger and longer than the previous generation with a wider track and longer wheelbase. Improvements to safety, crash test results, and engine output and economy were made. Horsepower was increased to 300 while highway fuel economy went to 21 mpg (EPA). A new SH-AWD system was added to replace the previous VTM-4 system, winning awards for its advanced way of sensing and handling all-wheel drive needs, including its active rear differential. Several updates were made to the MDX in the 2010 model year as a mid-cycle refresh.
The third-generation Acura MDX was introduced for the 2014 model year with an even larger engine but retaining the same fuel economy overall. Technology, amenities, and a further improvement to the SH-AWD were all added.
On the used market, the Acura MDX retains value well and is often praised for its legendary Honda reliability. All generations of the MDX are prized finds.
Browse 12,083 used Acura MDXs in our Used Car Listings. With vehicles dating from various years, 56% have been previously owned once, while 84% have been reported to CARFAX as never having an accident.