2014 Acura MDX: Photo Gallery

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We first saw the new 2014 MDX debut as a prototype at the recent 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Now Acura has given us a glimpse at the sleek, production-ready 2014 MDX set to go on sale this summer.

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Apart from headlights filled with LEDs and mildly restyled front and rear ends, its new redesign isn't radical looking. Underneath lie all the changes for 2014, as this three-row SUV — now bigger, longer and lower — features a new 3.5-liter V-6, upgraded cabin interior, higher gas mileage and more features.

Check out the photo gallery of the 2014 Acura MDX below. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

sheth

Cannot get over how little they changed.

Lance

Yeah, that's the thing when you have a great seller year after year. You don't have to change it a lot to maintain sales.

The changes are mainly underneath the skin. New drivetrain that should make it the class leader in MPG. 20/28...what other full size suv comes close to that? Some very classy interior upgrades too.

Ken L.

The upcoming MDX has some nice new features/technology, but I can see that it has less headroom, and the padding on the seats are not as thick. I still think the 2010 - 2013 look better/more aggressive. Acura took the same approach as Bentley did with their new Continental GT.

WTF

Ha! "The changes are mainly underneath the skin". Sad state of affairs for Acura when a MDX fan can't even recognize that the entire design is new.

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