2019 Acura MDX is another large crossover from this manufacturer, with many novelties and features, and surely one of the most attractive on the market at this moment. He had its premiere at 2018 New York Auto Show where manufacturer showed his main goal when crossovers are about – to be attractive and pretty. That is actually the most important thing on crossovers nowadays, so we should not be surprised anymore. That also means that they have not spared much time in designing of the engine in this vehicle.
2019 Acura MDX follows market demands combining a sporty, aggressive look with elegance and modernity. That means massive front-end with an attractive trapezoidal mesh grille and thin front lights that have LED lights in the middle instead of daily lights. Below them are wide mesh air intake and two large intakes on the sides. The rear end is a classical crossovers-like rounded truck with a thin spoiler on the rear window and few curved lines on them. Rear lights are large and spread on side of the rear bumper.
There is no much information about the cabin in 2019 Acura MDX but we can imagine a rich and high technology that the manufacturer put there. Along with a thick-rim steering wheel with paddle shifters, carbon-fiber-patterned console trim, sports pedals and door sills there is very luxury and elegant black and red leather, which future buyers will be able to choose when buying.
The engine in 2019 Acura MDX is neither attractive nor interesting for fans and large truck lovers. That is simple 3.5-liter V6 petrol unit with 290 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque, an average engine in this size truck. Even though there is a long list of safety features like forwarding collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, lane-keep assist and adaptive cruise control, the fact that there is no a hybrid version of the engine or front wheel driving system could be unattractive to some kind of buyers.
2019 Acura MDX Price
Unfortunately, there are many things about new 2019 Acura MDX that future buyers could be unsatisfied with. One of them is lack of hybrid engine in this car, as well as the all-wheel driving system only. On the other hand, the price of $44,300 that could be applied to this crossover could be attractive enough for considering of buying. Taking all in mind, MDX is quite pretty enough to compete with Ford Kuga, Toyota Tacoma, and Infiniti Q80.