Freshly redesigned for 2007, the new Acura MDX is a luxury SUV built with enthusiasts in mind, offering the sort of performance that puts it on par with the segment's Teutonic leaders.
When it was introduced five years ago, the Acura MDX was a respected entry in the luxury SUV segment, offering tons of features and excellent build quality for a reasonable price. Still, rivals such as the BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz M-Class outgunned the MDX in overall performance. For 2007, the MDX gets a top-to-bottom overhaul that closes the gap between it and its German rivals. Re-imagined as a sleek blend of family hauler and performance machine, the 2007 Acura MDX is miles ahead of its predecessor; enthusiasts will love it, and it's still able to comfortably manage both kids and groceries following a weekend trek to Trader Joe's.
The midsize ute is powered by the largest and most powerful V6 ever to grace an Acura, giving it unparalleled juice and athleticism. A dual-stage intake manifold and a very high (11.0:1) compression ratio allow this engine to perform like a
But the upgrades don't stop with performance. The MDX raises the bar when it comes to luxury, offering a full complement of electronic and
With big fish like the BMW X5, Porsche Cayenne