The 2016 Acura MDX remains one of the best luxury three-row SUV, but the benefits of its new nine-speed automatic are unclear. The Acura MDX 2016 is a top performer here at the motor Connection, and it is not entirely due to his size.
The 2016 MDX is one of the spacious three-row family utility vehicles, but its high ratings also come from the excellent work that not balancing ride comfort with handling. The2016 Acura MDX is large crossover SUV can accommodate up to seven passengers, and that is to make a positive stuffed with convenience features that make it easy for everyday transportation of large families and a lot of their possessions.
2016 Acura MDX Features
The Acura MDX 2016 gets significant upgrades for 2016 further enhance this highly acclaimed seven-seat sport utilities. Chief among them a new nine-speed automatic transmission with a push-button electronic equipment selector which saves space on the console, but not improve fuel economy if we want to predict.
2016 MDX also offers a new all-wheel-drive system, new safety features, Siri eyes-free voice recognition, seat a revised license that slightly moves rearward when the door for easier entry and exit, and a few other small opened upgrades.
The Acura 2016 MDX compete with the Lexus RX, Buick Enclave, XC90, BMW X5, Infiniti QX60, Audi Q7, Mercedes-Benz ML-Class. The Lexus offers only two rows of seats, however. The Acura offers three rows of seats for up to seven passengers.
2016 Acura MDX Design
Outside styling is unchanged for 2016. The MDX looks more like a sports car than a utilitarian SUV, with its tapered roofline, chiseled face and a smooth back. The Chevron-like Chrome strip over the top of the grille and jewel-view LED headlights distinguish it as an Acura.
Inside the front-end theme echoed by the dash, with its V-shaped center stack and angled, tiered design. The dashboard design complements the rest of the cabin, and used for interior trim materials are coordinated nice.
2016 Acura MDX Engine
The MDX is powered by a 3.5-liter V-6. Front-wheel drive is standard, all-wheel drive is optional. The V-6 benefits from direct injection to 290 horsepower produced at 6,200 rpm and 267 pound-feet of torque at 4,500 rpm, so there is plenty of power or moving an arrest or to pass off on a two pulling -laan. The engine feels smooth and refined.