The Top Rated 2018 Acura MDX Lease Offer in South Florida
2018 Acura MDX Lease Standard Key Features
- Tire Pressure Warning
- Multi-Zone Climate Control
- Upgraded Headlights
- Leather Seats
- Keyless Entry/Start
- Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel
- Rear Bench Seats
- Power Driver Seat
- Trip Computer
- Electronic Folding Mirrors
- Aux Audio Inputs
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Stability Control
- Third-row seating
- Heated seats
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Overview of the 2018 Acura MDX
The 2018 Acura MDX may be less expensive than similarly sized three-row luxury SUVs, but by no means does that imply disappointment. This popular three-row crossover SUV is versatile and has an appealing mix of safety and luxury-oriented features.
The MDX is enjoyable to drive, too. Its two powertrain options, a standard 3.5-liter V6 engine or an optional gas-electric hybrid with a 3.0-liter V6, provide a suitable amount of oomph for quick passes and freeway merging. Acura’s available Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system can also enhance this SUV’s agility when you’re driving around turns.
The aforementioned hybrid system is distinctive in that Acura designed it to deliver increases in both power and fuel economy. Indeed, we’ve found the Sport Hybrid is quicker than the regular MDX in our testing, and the EPA estimates you’ll get 27 mpg combined in the Sport Hybrid compared to 22 mpg in a regular all-wheel-drive MDX.
After a refresh last year, the 2018 MDX is improved further by a faster and more powerful entertainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, addressing the biggest complaints we’ve had with prior years of the MDX. Though there are a few remaining drawbacks, they’re pretty minor. Overall, the MDX remains a strong contender if you’re shopping for a three-row midsize luxury crossover SUV.
What’s new this year for the 2018 Acura MDX?
The 2018 Acura MDX addresses some of our biggest complaints with prior models with the addition of a refreshed dual-screen infotainment system, including a new capacitive touchscreen that Acura says is 30 percent faster.