2014 ACURA MDX SH-AWD W/TECH

Used SUV - 2014 Acura MDX SH-AWD w/Tech in Yonkers, Ny

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$34,988
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    About This 2014 Acura MDX SH-AWD w/Tech
    Vehicle Location:
    Yonkers, Ny
    Year:
    2014
    Make:
    Acura
    Model:
    MDX
    Trim:
    SH-AWD w/Tech
    Price:
    $34,988 
    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    29,064
    Body Style:
    SUV
    Exterior Color:
     White
    Interior Color:
     Black
    Doors:
    Four Door
    Stock Number:
    004912YA
    VIN:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    18
    Miles Per Gallon
    Highway MPG
    27
    Combined MPG: 22
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $107.39*
    *Based on $1.89 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
    Actual costs may vary.
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    Boasting exemplary craftsmanship, this 2014 Acura MDX will envelope you in well-designed charm and security. With a Premium Unleaded V-6 3.5 L/212 engine powering this Automatic transmission, this ride is an intoxicating mix of precision and allure. It's loaded with the following options: Sport Package, Navigation, Rearview Camera, Moonroof/Sunroof, Rear Spoiler, Heated Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Paddle Shifters, Bluetooth, and Blind Spot Monitor . Visit Yonkers Auto Mall at 1716 Central Park Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10710 today.Yonkers Auto Mall is the premier destination for all pre-owned makes and models. With the best prices & service on quality pre-owned cars and over 50 years of service to the community, Yonkers Auto Mall is the only place you need to find the car of your choice! We have access to hundreds of cars at all times so you can have the best selection possible! We're located just 2 miles North of Yonkers Raceway and Empire City Casino. Just minutes from all major bridges and conveniently located

    Located at Yonkers Auto Mall in Yonkers, Ny.  Call Yonkers Auto Mall today at 888-979-3521 Ext: 11724 for more information about this vehicle.

    Vehicle Options:

    • Fuel Consumption: City: 18 Mpg
    • Fuel Consumption: Highway: 27 Mpg
    • Memorized Settings Including Door Mirror(s)
    • Memorized Settings Including Steering Wheel
    • Memorized Settings For 2 Drivers
    • Driver Seat Memory
    • Remote Power Door Locks
    • Power Windows
    • Cruise Controls On Steering Wheel
    • Cruise Control
    • 4-wheel Abs Brakes
    • Front Ventilated Disc Brakes
    • 1st
    • 2nd And 3rd Row Head Airbags
    • Passenger Airbag
    • Side Airbag
    • Rear Air Conditioning With Separate Controls
    • 50-50 Third Row Seat
    • Manual Folding Third Row Seat
    • Express Open/close Glass Sunroof
    • Rear Spoiler: Lip
    • Navigation System With Voice Activation
    • Bluetooth Handsfreelink Wireless Phone Connectivity
    • Audio System Security
    • Digital Audio Input
    • Dvd-audio
    • In-dash Single Cd Player
    • Audio System Memory Card Slot
    • Mp3 Player
    • Audio System Premium Brand: Acura/els Studio
    • Audio System Premium Brand Speakers: Acura/els Studio
    • Xm Am/fm/hd/satellite Radio
    • Radio Data System
    • Speed Sensitive Audio Volume Control
    • Surround Audio
    • Total Number Of Speakers: 10
    • Braking Assist
    • Abs And Driveline Traction Control
    • Stability Control
    • Privacy Glass: Deep
    • Machined Aluminum Rims
    • Wheel Diameter: 19
    • Wheel Width: 8
    • Driver Knee Airbags
    • Leather/metal-look Steering Wheel Trim
    • Leather/metal-look Shift Knob Trim
    • Simulated Wood/metal-look Dash Trim
    • Simulated Wood/metal-look Door Trim
    • Simulated Wood/metal-look Center Console Trim
    • Video Monitor Location: Front
    • Trip Computer
    • External Temperature Display
    • Tachometer
    • Manufacturer's 0-60mph Acceleration Time (seconds): 5.9 S
    • Auxilliary Transmission Cooler
    • Power Remote W/tilt Down Driver Mirror Adjustment
    • Heated Driver Mirror
    • Heated Passenger Mirror
    • Electrochromatic Rearview Mirror
    • Power Remote W/tilt Down Passenger Mirror Adjustment
    • Dual Reverse Tilt Mirrors
    • Turn Signal In Mirrors
    • Dual Illuminated Vanity Mirrors
    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Driver And Passenger Heated-cushion
    • Driver And Passenger Heated-seatback
    • Rear Heat Ducts With Separate Controls
    • Remote Window Operation
    • Audio Controls On Steering Wheel
    • Power Liftgate
    • Power Remote Trunk Release
    • Front And Rear Reading Lights
    • Anti-theft Alarm System
    • Leather Seat Upholstery
    • Front Sport Seat
    • Split Rear Bench
    • Fold Forward Seatback Rear Seats
    • Rear Seats Center Armrest
    • Tilt And Telescopic Steering Wheel
    • Transmission Gear Shifting Controls On Steering Wheel
    • Speed-proportional Electric Power Steering
    • Suspension Class: Regular
    • Driver Adjustable Suspension Ride Control
    • Interior Air Filtration
    • Automatic Front Air Conditioning
    • Dual Front Air Conditioning Zones
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System: Tire Specific
    • Remote Activated Exterior Entry Lights
    • Cargo Area Light
    • Max Cargo Capacity: 68 Cu.ft.
    • Vehicle Emissions: Ulev Ii
    • Fuel Type: Premium Unleaded
    • Fuel Capacity: 19.5 Gal.
    • Instrumentation: Low Fuel Level
    • Clock: In-dash
    • Headlights Off Auto Delay
    • Driver Seat Head Restraint Whiplash Protection
    • Head Restraint Whiplash Protection With Passenger Seat
    • Active Suspension
    • Coil Front Spring
    • Regular Front Stabilizer Bar
    • Independent Front Suspension Classification
    • Strut Front Suspension
    • Four-wheel Independent Suspension
    • Coil Rear Spring
    • Rear Stabilizer Bar: Regular
    • Independent Rear Suspension
    • Multi-link Rear Suspension
    • Front And Rear Suspension Stabilizer Bars
    • Rain Sensing Front Wipers
    • Variable Intermittent Front Wipers
    • Steel Spare Wheel Rim
    • Spare Tire Mount Location: Underbody W/crankdown
    • Metal-look W/chrome Surround Grille
    • Center Console: Full With Covered Storage
    • Overhead Console: Mini With Storage
    • Permanent Locking Hubs
    • Curb Weight: 4
    • 270 Lbs.
    • Overall Length: 193.6
    • Overall Width: 77.2
    • Overall Height: 67.6
    • Wheelbase: 111.0
    • Front Head Room: 38.1
    • Rear Head Room: 38.5
    • Front Leg Room: 41.5
    • Rear Leg Room: 36.5
    • Front Shoulder Room: 61.1
    • Rear Shoulder Room: 59.1
    • Front Hip Room: 57.5
    • Rear Hip Room: 57.8
    • 3rd Row Head Room: 35.6
    • 3rd Row Leg Room: 27.4
    • 3rd Row Shoulder Room: 54.7
    • 3rd Row Hip Room: 40.6
    • Three 12v Dc Power Outlets
    • Transmission Hill Holder
    • Seatbelt Pretensioners: Front
    • Rear Center Seatbelt: 3-point Belt
    • Door Reinforcement: Side-impact Door Beam
    • Engine Immobilizer
    • Cargo Tie Downs
    • Floor Mats: Carpet Front And Rear
    • Cupholders: Front And Rear
    • Door Pockets: Driver
    • Passenger And Rear
    • Seatback Storage: 2
    • Tires: Width: 245 Mm
    • Tires: Profile: 55
    • Tires: Speed Rating: H
    • Diameter Of Tires: 19.0
    • Type Of Tires: Performance As
    • Tires: Prefix: P
    • Left Rear Passenger Door Type: Conventional
    • Rear Door Type: Power Liftgate
    • Right Rear Passenger Door Type: Conventional
    • Body-colored Bumpers
    • Window Grid Antenna
    • 4 Door
    • Selective Service Internet Access
    • Driver Airbag
    • Universal Remote Transmitter
    • Child Safety Locks
    • Siriusxm Satellite Radio

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    2014 Acura MDX Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2014 Acura MDX
    Total redesign with impressive engineering.

     

    Introduction
    The 2014 Acura MDX is the third generation of this seven-passenger luxury crossover with high performance. For all its years until now, the unibody MDX was built on Honda's Global Light Truck platform. The 2014 model is the first ground-up MDX, and boy is it ever ground-up. Everything is new, everything mechanical is better. And it was very good, before. For this new MDX, engineers focused on three areas: fuel mileage, comfort and safety.

     

    Compared to the previous version (2007-2012), the 2014 MDX has quicker acceleration, better fuel mileage, more room and comfort inside, tighter dimensions outside, nimbler handling, shorter stopping distances, and improved ride.

     

    The 2014 MDX is two inches longer, on a wheelbase that's 2.8 inches longer, than the previous-generation MDX. It's 1.5 inches lower and 1.4 inches narrower at the nose; 1.8 inches lower at the sides, 1.3 inches at the hips, and 1.2 in the tail. Longer, lower, narrower. Driven by aerodynamics, driven by fuel mileage. Win-win.

     

    Here's an MDX first: front-wheel drive. For years, we've been hearing about Super Handling All-Wheel Drive. Has Acura lowered its Super standards? No, don't forget about Texas. We used to think you didn't need all-wheel drive in Florida too, but that was before the floods.

     

    The front-wheel-drive MDX is EPA-rated at 28 mpg Highway, numbers apparently worth stealing the power from two wheels for. That's 23 mpg Combined city and highway, compared to the SH-AWD at 21 mpg Combined. Texans, you're good with FWD. Unless the droughts turn the streets to sand. We recommend getting the all-wheel drive for most people, however. It seems a shame not to have all-weather capability on an SUV.

     

    The all-new 2014 Acura MDX is 275 pounds lighter than before, like a 120-pound person losing eight pounds. The weight dropped from the best place, the core, now with 64 percent high-strength steel, aluminum and magnesium. That plus the 16 percent improvement in aerodynamics, and the 19 percent reduction in rolling resistance, and we're talking real gains. Now the car weighs about a football player more than two tons.

     

    The body of the 2014 MDX was developed using a new 40-percent-scale wind tunnel laboratory at Honda's U.S. R&D facilities in Ohio. With a rolling ground plane and computer modeling, engineers worked on the underbody and airflow through the engine compartment, as well as the skin, to get the coefficient of drag down.

     

    For sharper response and isolation of road noise and vibration, the torsional body rigidity is up 12.4 percent. The new electric power steering ratio is quick. The new suspension, struts in front and multi-link in rear, is attached to lighter and more rigid subframes, with suspension mounting points 67 percent more rigid. The shock absorbers are fancily called Amplitude Reactive Dampers, because they use variable damping rates depending on the terrain and speed. It all makes for a more solid, comfortable and in-control ride.

     

    Of course the gains move to the engine. The new 3.5-liter V6 is Acura's first direct-injected engine, incorporating a new i-VTEC valvetrain with two-stage Variable Cylinder Management, cutting the fire to three cylinders at times. The engine architecture comes from racing, specifically the LMP2 class Acura prototypes that took first and second in the 2103 American Le Mans Series, including a sweep at the 12 Hours of Sebring.

     

    The 60-degree aluminum V6 is single overhead cam, with 24 valves. It makes 290 horsepower, 10 less than before. The peak torque of 267 foot-pounds drops a bit too, but there's more torque below 2750 rpm. Bottom line is you'll never feel the loss, but will feel the gain. The outgoing engine was 3.7 liters, so the new 3.5-liter engine makes more horsepower and torque per liter. The engine is mounted transversely, which improves balance enormously.

     

    There's a reengineered 6-speed automatic transmission with three modes and paddle shifters, smooth gear changes and reduced internal friction. There's Acura's Super Handling All-Wheel Drive, moving torque between the front and rear axles, and the left and right rear wheels, to deliver all-weather traction and control. The SH-AWD gets an EPA-estimated 18/27 mpg City/Highway, or 21 miles per gallon Combined. Premium gasoline is recommended. Direct injection engines manage fuel in a precise manner, but their higher compression ratio wants the best gas.

     

    The MDX body uses Acura's Advance Compatibility Engineering (ACE) structure, to absorb and deflect frontal crash energy, isolating the cabin from it. Acura designed the ACE structure in 2007 with the second-generation MDX. The new 2014 MDX features the world's first ultra-high strength hot stamped steel, one-piece stiffener ring for the driver and front passenger front door areas, from the A-pillar to roof rails to B-pillars to lower frame members.

     

    Acura expects the 2014 MDX to earn a five-star Overall Vehicle Score from the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and a TOP SAFETY PICK+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), including the highest rating of GOOD in the Institute's stringent new small overlap frontal collision test.

     

    Lineup
    The 2014 Acura MDX ($42,290) comes standard with front-wheel drive. MDX SH-AWD ($44,290) adds all-wheel drive. (All prices are Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices, which may change at any time without notice, and do not include $895 destination charge.)

     

    Acura MDX ($42,290) comes standard with leather upholstery in the first two rows, three-zone climate control, power heated front seats with driver memory, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, power tailgate, console, cruise control, rearview camera, message center, trip computer, AM/FM/CD/MP3 sound system, XM satellite radio, Bluetooth, auxiliary audio input, and split-folding rear seats. Front-wheel drive is standard.

     

    MDX with Technology Package ($46,565) adds hard disc navigation with VGA screen, AcuraLink communications, real-time weather (with climate-control link) and traffic, 410-watt 10-speaker Acura ELS surround sound system, multi-view rearview camera, USB port; MDX with Technology and Entertainment Packages ($48,565) adds to this a Rear Entertainment System that includes a motorized 9-inch VGA screen DVD rear-seat entertainment system, heated second-row seats, and 115-volt AC power outlet.

     

    MDX with Advance and Entertainment Packages ($54,505) includes the Technology and Entertainment Packages and adds an active damper system, adaptive cruise control with collision mitigation braking system, blind spot information system, ventilated front seats in perforated Milano leather, and 19-inch wheels.

     

    MDX SH-AWD ($44,290) adds all-wheel drive to the MDX features. Equipped identically as above, MDX SH-AWD is available with Technology Package ($48,565), Technology and Entertainment Packages ($50,565), and Advance and Entertainment Packages ($56,505).

     

    Safety equipment includes two-stage frontal air bags and active head restraints, two-stage driver and front-passenger knee bolsters, front-seat side-impact air bags, and three-row side-curtain air bags with rollover triggering. Active safety features, designed to help the driver avoid accidents in the first place, include all-wheel-drive, electronic stability control, and anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution and brake assist for panic stops.

     

    Walkaround
    Acura MDX was completed redesigned for the 2014 model year. The overhang in front has been reduced by less than one inch, but the new nose looks stubby, in an attractive way. We wish there were less chrome in the grille, but that big silver subtle-vee band is the Acura cache, and anyhow we wish there were less chrome in every grille.

     

    The front fascia openings under the grille are tidy, and the LED headlamps, five bulbs in each, are sleekly designed. Acura calls them Jewel Eyes. They are super bright. Not quite like daylight as Acura suggests, but way excellent, extending the beam by 75 feet and safety by a lot.

     

    The nose has been carved between the grille, to slope down from each side to the bumper. It works well, to give definition to the bumper, which on so many cars is flat and ugly for being shapeless. (When we say bumper, we really mean the body plastic that hides the steel bumper underneath.)

     

    The sides don't have any fancy styling, and the rear looks like any other SUV, with a small spoiler on the roof. Since so few designs actually score when they try to make distinctive sides and rear ends on SUV styles, we say nondescript might be just fine.

     

    Interior
    The soft interior materials are of a high quality all around, as should be expected in any car with this price. They've always been good with Acura. Premium Milano leather is standard for the first two rows, while satin and simulated wood-grain trim accents the cabin. The steering wheel is stitched leather.

     

    The instrumentation is well laid out, and the display screen is shaded and easy to read. The gauges are beautifully backlit with LED lighting, while LED lamps with programmable brightness are used on the center console and front foot wells.

     

    One major change and improvement for 2014 is the center stack, now with 9 buttons where there used to be 41. The layout saves significant space, now used for storage forward of the shift lever.

     

    Center console storage space has more than doubled in size, thanks to repackaging of the HVAC system; it's under a sliding leather armrest. It can easily hold a purse and tablet computer, maybe both. Big SUVs and pickup trucks have center consoles like this, but not many luxury crossovers.

     

    Front seats are on the roomy side, we'd prefer more bolstering, especially with a car that boasts Super Handling. And the A-pillar gets in the way of forward and downward visibility.

     

    All three rows of seats are more than one inch lower, which not only improves ingress and egress, but reduces body roll. Except in the case of the driver, you'll want to crank the seat up so it gives that command-of-the-road position of a big SUV.

     

    The longer wheelbase and more compact rear suspension allow for entry to the rear seats that's 4.5 inches wider, and 1.8 inches lower at step-in when compared with pre-2014 MDX models. It's a relative delight to get in and out. The second-row seatbacks have five reclining positions, and six inches of travel to make maximum legroom; snooze time on road trips.

     

    The second row flops down with a touch of one button located in three places, so it couldn't be much easier to reach the third row. Acura calls it One-Touch-Walk-In, and it is.

     

    Cargo space is vast, 90.0 cubic feet, with both rows folded easily flat. And with them up, there's a lot more room than before, 2 inches more floor space and 6 inches more at the top of the seatback, yielding 15.8 cubic feet, a good-sized sedan trunk. There's a cargo lid with room for things you might want to hide, and it flops open 180 degrees with the third row seat folded, to provide maximum utility.

     

    The cabin is quieter than ever, thanks to more foam in the roof pillars and new insulating materials under and behind the second and third rows, and a new seal at the rear door sills. All the glass is acoustic, a sandwich of tempered glass around sound insulation. The engine is so silky anyhow, you know you're in a luxury car when you're in the back seat of the MDX.

     

    Now for the hard part. Working the electronics. Radio: fail. We couldn't tune it decently, and neither could the other journalist with us. Voice command: fail, like them all. The Acura lady can't even begin to understand plain English. We tried and tried, didn't do anything wrong, and not one time did she get it right. It was only after that, that we resorted to name-calling, knowing of course that that never works.

     

    Driving Impression
    Best part of the 2014 Acura MDX is the powertrain, no doubt. We say that about a lot of BMWs, too. Handling is crisp. The faster you drive the new MDX, the better it feels. Despite having a bit less horsepower and torque, it accelerates a bit quicker. Redline is 6700 rpm, and the engine eagerly sprints there, no screaming when it's there. On the racecar, the engine screams.

     

    The 6-speed automatic with paddle shifters and a sport mode is flawless, or at least no flaws appeared during our shared one-day test drive. It's super smooth and quick shifting. We liked that when you use the paddles, it doesn't automatically go into sport mode, it shifts while staying in Drive. We also liked that it's not programmed to out-think you, it does what it's told and no more (although it upshifts at 6500 to out-think your idea of blowing up the engine). In sport mode, the shifts get more aggressive. Another thing that happens is the exhaust note is programmed to growl a bit. Woohoo.

     

    The new rear suspension delivers an excellent ride, we found no jagged spots. The rear dampers mount directly to the rigid rear frame, as opposed to the more flexible rear wheelhouse on the previous model; this allows softer bushings, without sacrificing handling. The MDX platform is prepared for the new two-wheel-drive model, with the engine lowered 1.2 inches.

     

    Acura's IDS, Integrated Dynamics System, uses three modes: Comfort, Normal and Sport. The modes try to give you what you want, by balancing steering effort, throttle response, torque to the wheels, and, to enhance the fun, Active Noise Control. In sport mode you get a rumble, from microphones under the hood and in the tailpipe, enhanced by a subwoofer and wired to a speaker in the headliner.

     

    Suspension settings are not a part of IDS because the shock absorbers already respond to conditions. We found the ride never too stiff and never too soft, challenged over a curvy patchy road. We felt the steering stiffen and quicken, in IDS sport mode, making it easier to keep the vehicle pointed true, in corners and on ripples.

     

    The brakes in the 2014 MDX deliver better stopping distances. They're very big, 12.6-inch vented discs in front, and 13.0-inch solid discs in rear, with all the electronic assistance.

     

    Meanwhile, you've got Agile Handling Assist going on. Standard on the 2014 MDX, it uses the brakes to improve corner tracking, by applying them to individual wheels, which puts turning forces on the car. In the direction you want. This is all in addition to Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), which throws out all the stops to maintain control in dodgy situations.

     

    Rolling resistance is a force that carmakers are looking at closely, because it's important to fuel mileage. An Acura engineer invented his own test, to see. In a 70-0 mph coast-down, the 2014 MDX rolled 1600 feet farther than a 2013, an improvement of 19 percent.

     

    The MDX improvement comes from new low-drag brakes, a lightweight low-drag hub and wheel bearing, and reduced rolling-resistance tires. And the improved aerodynamics, of course, including airflow over the low-profile 19.5-gallon fuel tank, that's got more than 500 miles of driving it. On Premium gasoline, so it'll be $80 fill-ups.

     

    We've saved the worst for last. The good news is it's an option. In the safety package, besides the annoying Lane Departure Warning and Adaptive Cruise Control, there's Forward Collision Warning, upping the bar of capability. When Volvo invented the system, it prevented low-speed rear-enders and hitting pedestrians. Now in the MDX you can drive in 30-mph stop-and-go traffic without using your feet at all.

     

    We did just that. It's true, you can. You just won't want to, because it's so jerky, and the lag time will have all the cars behind you mad at you for not closing the gap. It works by radar, maintaining a set distance behind the car in front of you, so basically that guy has his foot on your throttle and brakes. So you'll keep turning it on and off, and if you forget it's off and, being accustomed to expecting it to save your butt, it won't, and you might more likely crash than if you never had it in the first place.

     

    Don't expect these systems to go away. Expect cars to come with black boxes so your driving can be monitored, like your phone calls, emails and web surfing. You'll get tickets by mail, and if you don't pay them the black helicopters will come for you. That is, if you're allowed to drive your car at all.


     

    Summary
    The all-new 2014 Acura MDX improves on the previous version in every way: Brilliant powertrain. Better acceleration and fuel mileage, more room and comfort inside, tighter dimensions outside, nimbler handling, shorter stopping distances, smoother ride. Get it without the packages for the best value. Our pick is the base MDX SH-AWD.

     

    Sam Moses filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report from the Pacific Northwest.

     

    Model Lineup
    Acura MDX ($42,290); MDX SH-AWD ($44,290).

     

    Assembled In
    Lincoln, Alabama.

     

    Options As Tested
    none.

     

    Model Tested
    Acura MDX SH-AWD ($44,290).The Acura MDX offers luxury, outstanding V6 power, standard seven-passenger seating and Acura's exclusive Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) system. The MDX enters its third generation in 2014. The MDX is now offered in both front- and all-wheel drive configurations. Both are powered by a new 290-hp 3.5-liter direct fuel injected V6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM); VCM helps improve fuel efficiency by operating on one bank of three cylinders when less engine power is required. It is mated to a re-engineered six-speed automatic transmission with manual mode and paddle shifters. An Integrated Dynamics System (IDS), Agile Handling Assist and Amplitude-Reactive Dampers enhance ride and handling characteristics. Every MDX is outfitted with a power moonroof, power tailgate, 18-inch aluminum wheels and "Jewel Eye" LED headlights; interior comforts include heated front seats, leather upholstery, tri-zone automatic climate control, passive entry/start, satellite radio and a USB port, along with the next-generation AcuraLink system featuring HandsFreeLink (Bluetooth) wireless connectivity/audio streaming and "Aha" compatibility for smartphones. For 2014, two premium amenities packages are available: the Technology Package adds a voice-activated navigation system with AcuraLink Real-Time Traffic, upgraded audio with HD radio and 16 gigabytes of hard drive media storage, and 19-inch aluminum wheels; the Advance Package with Entertainment Package includes the Technology package content, as well as ventilated front seats, heated rear seats and an Ultra-Wide Rear Entertainment System (RES) with DVD player and 16.2-inch color display. Standard safety-enhancing features include anti-lock disc brakes with brake assist, Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) with traction control and a multi-view rear parking assist camera, along with front and front side-impact airbags, a driver knee airbag, and overhead curtain airbags for all three rows. The Technology package adds a Blind Spot Information (BSI) system, Forward Collision Warning (FCW) and Lane Departure Warning (LDW), while the Advance package also includes front and rear parking sensors, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with low-speed follow, Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) with heads-up warning and a Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS). For 2014, the Acura MDX is completely redeveloped from the ground up, with a new powertrain, fresh styling, expanded standard equipment and advanced technologies, and available front-wheel drive.


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