2014 Acura MDX | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Acura MDX. 2014 Acura MDX is one brand new car from Acura that was released in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2014 Acura MDX.
The 2014 Acura MDX prototype doesn’t look much different from the current model, which isn’t a bad thing for people who appreciate the MDX’s conservative styling. The prototype is powered by a 3.5 liter V-6. Is a hybrid on the way?… The Acura spokesman we chatted with said there are no plans yet, despite the brand’s addition of hybrids in the RLX and upcoming NSX.
A next generation Acura MDX prototype being tested wearing form fitting camouflage. Previously, we spotted an MDX mule trudging about in the desert while towing a trailer these photos are included in the gallery above. Although no bare sheetmetal is visible, the thinly covered-up crossover seen here does reveal what to expect when the redesigned model hits the market besides its towing capability.
2014 Acura MDX Price :
While its shape is unmistakably MDX, the prototype has been given lower and wider proportions in the name of aerodynamic efficiency, which is up 16 percent compared to the outgoing MDX. Its arcing roofline has been lowered 1.5 inches and its wheelbase stretched. Jewel Eye headlights (first introduced on the RLX) and LED strips on the lower front fascia are new to the MDX, and the polarizing Acura grille has been softened up. But the real news for luxury crossover customers is that a front-drive MDX with the automaker’s Super Handling All Wheel Drive configuration will join the crossover. When the 2014 Acura MDX goes on sale in the middle of this year, we may see a slight price drop below the current MDX’s $44,175 starting price.
2014 Acura MDX Interior :
The new MDX. And despite being totally redone, it looks exactly like we expected. That is, it’s an up-sized version of the RDX crossover with fancy LED lights stolen from the RLX sedan. And while that might not sound too exciting, we have to say, it is handsome certainly a more cohesive, refined design than the angular, beak tastic model that’s currently on sale.
It appears the MDX will ditch its angular, techno Transformer look for softer, less exciting duds. An RDX like face is visible through this prototype’s camouflage, and the roofline has more curvature than the current greenhouse. In profile, the new Acura doesn’t look too different from Infiniti’s new JX crossover, a vehicle targeted directly at the strong selling Acura. We’ll reserve final judgment on the MDX’s cosmetics until we can see more of it, but we think the outgoing model wore Acura’s (now last gen) styling language the best.
2014 Acura MDX Exterior :
Expect the 2014 MDX to continue to offer three-row seating, some form of all wheel drive, and crisp exterior styling. It’s also clear from these spy photos that there’s a size increase in store for the next MDX, chiefly in length. The wheelbase doesn’t look hugely different, but this tester has a lot more rear overhang than the current model. We expect the added length will free up more space in the way back of the MDX’s cabin, possibly allowing real world adults to sit in the third row.
2014 Acura MDX Engine :
The 2014 MDX will house a new direct injected, 3.5 liter i-VTEC V-6 engine that Acura promises will deliver more torque and efficiency, likely coupled with the same six speed automatic in the outgoing car. Considering the 2013 MDX is EPA rated at 16/21 mpg city/highway, there’s definitely room for improvement. Along with the peppier engine, Acura says the MDX will be more rewarding to drive, thanks to an all new chassis that’s more lightweight and rigid because of new front and rear suspension designs. What really piques our curiosity is the question of whether Acura will ever offer an MDX Hybrid using the 370 hp powertrain from the 2014 RLX.