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    2025 Acura MDX Pricing Is Expected To Range Between $52,250 To $76,300

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    The most recent iteration of Acura’s largest and priciest SUV welcomes an upgraded infotainment system. The cost escalates—ascending up to $1,900 for the premier MDX Advance. Google’s integrated technology now spearheads the infotainment; wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay retain their presence

    The updated 2025 Acura MDX crossover SUV debuts in dealerships brandishing a polished interior and additional standard equipment, along with a moderate price uptick that enhances the model hierarchy, Acura announced Tuesday.

    The family-oriented SUV commences at $52,250, inclusive of a $1,350 destination charge. With merely a $750 increment from the previous 2024 Acura MDX, Acura packs this base model with deluxe amenities. However, the price surges swiftly, with the Technology Package demanding $1,450 extra, while upgrading to the Advance incurs $1,900 more than its predecessor.

    Its competitors encompass the updated 2025 Lincoln Aviator (price yet to be disclosed) and the 2025 Genesis GV80 (commencing at $59,050).

    Implementing all-wheel drive to the base and Technology Package trims tacks on $2,200, consistent with the past year’s fee; A-Spec and higher trims incorporate AWD as a standard.

    Acura refurbished the leading visage of its flagship seller, yet significant revisions land within the cabin with the standard offerings. A 12.3-inch touchscreen takes the place of the previous touchpad interface, which was among the scarce blunders in the MDX. This display allows for divided-screen functionality, equips wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and brings Google’s inbuilt system alongside updates over the air. Acura shifted the display forward for better accessibility, and the newfound console space accommodates a built-in wireless phone charging pad with cooling capabilities.

    Further standard comfort amenities consist of five USB-C outlets and a sole USB-A slot, an 11-speaker audio setup, triple-zone temperature control, synthetic leather seating, keyless ignition, front seats adjustable in 12 ways with heating, push-activated second-row chairs, and an extensive sunroof.

    Ensuite safety provisions incorporate automatic emergency halting, lane guidance assistance, blind spot surveillance, and adaptive cruise regulation. LED illumination for both front and rear sector is standard, and the majority of MDX models are powered by a 290-hp 3.5-liter V-6 mated to a 10-speed automatic gearbox.

    Opting for the MDX with the Technology Package, which costs $57,650, enhances the wheels’ dimensions from 19 inches to 20 inches, and supplements parking aid systems, wipers that detect rainfall, a Bang & Olufsen 19-speaker sound system, sport seating adorned with perforated leather, power-adjustable side mirrors, and ambient lighting.

    The A-Spec variant, priced at $62,850, comes regularly outfitted with all-wheel propulsion and adopts styling hints conjured from the athletic Type S model. It showcases a bezel-less grille and exterior trim highlights in black. The anterior seating arrangement touts artificial suede inserts amidst the perforated leather and red accents, accompanied by cooling functions, as well as a steering wheel with a flat base, mirroring the Type S.

    The Advance Package is set at $67,350 and supplements a multi-angle camera array, a head-up display stretching 10.5 inches, an additional trio of charging ports for the back row, quilted leather seat coverings, heated seats in the second row, and massaging functionality for the captain’s chairs. Adding the A-Spec aesthetic features to the Advance Package necessitates an incremental $2,000.

    Positioned at the pinnacle of the range, the MDX Type S derives power from a 355-hp 3.0-liter turbo V-6 engine. It travels on 21-inch divided-spoke rims, brags red Brembo 4-piston brake calipers, sports quadruple exhaust tips, and is priced at $76,300. Additionally, it boasts a restrained hands-free driver aid scheme capable of undertaking lane shifts autonomously at a flick of the indicator.

    Image Source: moonfish8 / Shutterstock

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