Watch the following video on 2016 Acura MDX review. Find out the differences, uniqueness and upgraded features and safety systems. The body shape looks more appealing!
Acura has not rolled out any improvements to the 2016 MDX’s sheet metal. Rather, the most critical upgrade is the new nine-velocity programmed transmission, which gets a push-catch gear selector and oar shifters for manual control. The new transmission is lighter than the friendly 6-speed, and Acura guarantees faster moves.
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That is not promising better mileage, however. In spite of the additional riggings, which typically brings down fuel utilization, the 2016 MDX’s EPA-evaluated gas mileage comes in at 1 mpg lower in the city and on the thruway contrasted with the 2015 adaptation. Front-wheel-drive models are appraised at 19/27 mpg. Include the overhauled all-wheel-drive framework in with the general mish-mash and those numbers drop to 18/26 mpg. Choose the accessible motor begin stop framework and you’ll up the city rating by 1 mpg no matter how you look at it.
The last real overhaul comes as a security highlight: AcuraWatch. This bundle comprises of various electronic driver supports, for example, versatile journey control, path keeping aid, and a forward-impact cautioning framework with programmed braking and person on foot discovery.
The Acura MDX has been one of the first class, three-line hybrid SUVs since it was new in 2001. It was recently overhauled in the 2014 model year�yet Acura is grinding away again for 2016, with more changes to keep the MDX comparable to hybrids like the Buick Enclave and all-new Volvo XC90 coming into 2016.