2020 Acura MDX is fully redesigned and is currently in the production phase. The all-new MDX is a three-row SUV with the addition of powerful mechanics, specs, larger models, features, pricing, and more. The previously shown prototype is now converted into a bigger SUV.
2020 Acura MDX has standard A-spec technology, advanced features, packages, Type S variant. The refreshed MDX is larger and wider with a 2.8-inch longer wheelbase. It has a spacious interior, third-row legroom, enough cargo space in the third row growing by 2 cubic feet to 18 cubic feet.
2022 MDX has a removable second-row seat in the center section. It has separate captain’s chairs, three passenger benches. It offers a seating capacity of six or seven-passenger with an installed bench.
MDX is equipped with the 3.5-liter V6 engine that makes 290 horsepower, 267 lb-ft of torque, standard four-wheel drive, and ten-speed automatic transmission. The optional all-wheel-drive costs $2000 with the Technology package.
The A-Spec Trim has standard SH-AWD at an MSRP of $58,125 and the advance package starts at $61,725. 2021 Acura MDX is more expensive than the previous year’s models and with an increased price, it has more space.
Acura hasn’t unveiled the pricing of the Type S model. The newer model features a 3.0-liter V6 engine with 355 horsepower, 354 lb-ft of torque with advanced tires and brakes. It has several features and a standard ELS premium audio system with different colors, and interior options.
Acura has made it officially the MDX will reach the car dealership for sale in February 2021.