For years, the upscale MDX has been a popular choice in  America's suburbs and among Consumer Reports readers. It's easy to see why it is one of our higher-rated SUVs: this is a well-rounded, functional, and competitively-priced vehicle that does most things well. The hushed cabin and supple ride provide the refinement expected of a luxury SUV.
Acura MDX Road Test

For years, the upscale MDX has been a popular choice in  America's suburbs and among Consumer Reports readers. It's easy to see why it is one of our higher-rated SUVs: this is a well-rounded, functional, and competitively-priced vehicle that does most things well.

The hushed cabin and supple ride provide the refinement expected of a luxury SUV. The 3.5-liter V6 engine is responsive and refined, plus delivers relatively good 21 mpg overall with the optional all-wheel-drive. (Front-wheel-drive is standard.) However, the nine-speed automatic isn't the smoothest or most responsive. A hybrid version is also available. 

Standard safety features includes forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Blind spot warning is optional. 

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The MDX has option packages rather than trim levels. Adding the Technology package adds navigation and blind spot warning. An Entertainment package adds a rear-seat video screens. The top-level Advance package gets you plusher interior trim and luxury features including a surround-view camera, avai...
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