Reviews the 2014 Acura MDX

If it was gunning for second place among three-row luxury crossovers, the redesigned-for-2014 Acura MDX's aim is as good as silver. reviewer Kelsey Mays says the MDX hasn't changed drastically in styling, but in a bid to improve family-friendliness, this more wagonlike incarnation has diminished the driving excitement. Still, the automaker also has diminished the weight, shedding nearly 300 pounds on all-wheel-drive versions. That has resulted in a hefty fuel-economy boost without sacrificing quickness in a slightly less-powerful 3.5-liter V-6.

2014 Acura MDX Review



Nice review. It appears that Acura has made improvements in areas and regressed in others.

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