2019 Acura MDX in Durham

The 2019 Acura MDX in Durham is Somehow Even Better For the New Model Year

The Acura MDX got a major redesign in 2017. In 2018, it added a huge number of tech features. Now, whether you're shopping for a seven-passenger SUV for your growing family, a midsize SUV to unlock incredible versatility in your daily life, or you're looking for the best luxury crossover for the money, the 2019 Acura MDX could likely check all of the boxes. It's an incredibly flexible and capable SUV option in the Durham area, that just happens to include classic Acura luxury. For 2019, models include the Acura MDX and MDX Sport Hybrid; and package options include Standard, Entertainment, Technology, Advance, and an all-new A-Spec package.

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Seating for Seven--Enjoyment for All

Unlike some rivals, the 2019 Acura MDX comes standard with three rows of seating. Loading passengers (or gear) into the third row is easier than ever thanks to a newly available one-touch smart-slide access feature, and folding both rows flat gives you more than 90 cubic feet of total usable storage space; moving from carpool to camping is a breeze. Opt for interior choices like a Desert Olive Ash wood trim and high-contrast stitching throughout the cabin for an ultra-premium look.

A-Spec Style and Acura Classics

Classic styling can be found on every inch of the Acura MDX's exterior--design features like standard Jewel Eye® LED Headlights, and an eye-catching Diamond Pentagon Grille. But, on the all-new A-Spec model, Acura takes things to a new level. The A-Spec appearance package adds a unique front fascia, chrome dual exhaust tips, and it darkens the headlights, windows, grille and rear spoiler.

Plenty of Power

You have two flavors to choose from when it comes to performance: a 3.5-liter gas V6 engine, or a 3.0-liter hybrid three-motor system. The former is standard on the 2019 Acura MDX regardless of package, while the latter comes standard on the 2019 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid only. Acura's 3.5-liter is good for 290 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque when paired to a newly enhanced nine-speed automatic transmission, and the hybrid system makes a combined 321 horsepower. Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive™ is available.


AcuraWatch Safety Features

Carrying over from 2018's upgrade, the  2019 Acura MDX will offer an AcuraWatch suite of safety and driver-assistance features standard on even its base model. The suite includes adaptive cruise control, road departure mitigation, forward collision warning with autonomous braking, lane keep assist, and lane departure warning.