Acura MDX Models and MDX History

The MDX represented Acura's first all-out assault in the premium crossover utility vehicle marketplace. While Acura had gained access to the sport utility vehicle in 1995 with the Isuzu-derived SLX, the MDX was based completely on Honda engineering magnified to the high-end expectations of their luxury name. Debuting in 2001, the first generation Acura MDX featured a seven-passenger cabin and standard all-wheel drive. All-wheel drive would remain standard on the Acura MDX until the 2014 model year where a front-wheel drive became available. A 3.5-liter V-6 engine powered the 2001 Acura MDX producing 240 horsepower. Engine power was increased to 265 horsepower by the 2003 model year. A complete redesign of the Acura MDX incorporated a safety-focused ACE (Advanced Compatibility Engineering) body structure and a new 3.7-liter V-6 engine. Following a mild styling refresh adding the Power Plenum grille in 2010, the Acura MDX next major redesign came for 2014 that included a direct-injected V-6 engine. A major revision to the Acura MDX is in store for 2017 with a completely new grille design and the availability of an all-new Sport Hybrid.


New and Used MDX Prices, Acura MDX Model Years and History

With three-rows of seating and signature Acura staples, the MDX represents a well-designed luxury crossover.
Seating for seven, lots of luxurious add-ons and plenty of technology to satiate your senses is what you’ll find with new Acura MDX.
A complete overhaul has been performed on Acura MDX luxury SUV, offering more bang for the buck for buyers than previous models.
A seven seater crossover with sporty features, the 2014 Acura MDX boasts an updated exterior and re-worked mechanics.
Seating for seven wrapped in an attractive mid-size luxury SUV, the 2013 Acura MDX blends class and utility.
A mid-size luxury SUV, the 2012 Acura MDX sports performance braking, paddle shifter, and seating for seven.
Given a complete design refresh for 2010, the all-wheel drive crossover vehicle Acura MDX returns in 2011 with no major changes.
A mid-size luxury crossover SUV with seating for up to seven, the 2010 Acura MDX is a showcase of leading edge technology and comes standard with Bluetooth connectivity and satellite radio.
A sporty luxury SUV, the 2009 Acura MDX has room for 7 passengers and plenty of options for technophiles.
A luxury SUV with seating for seven, the 2008 Acura MDX is a technology marvel inside with optional navigation, tri-zone climate control, HandsFree Bluetooth and voice recognition.
Redesigned and now larger than before, the 2007 Acura MDX luxury SUV is loaded with technology like voice-activated navigation and handsfree phone capabilities.
A seven-passenger luxury SUV, the 2006 Acura MDX has received an updated interior but is otherwise a carryover from 2005.
A premium crossover SUV with seating for up to seven passengers, the 2005 Acura MDX is available with a host of technological goodies such as a navigation system and a DVD entertainment system.
The 2004 Acura MDX is a seven-passenger crossover SUV powered by a 256 hp 3.5L V6 and it has been updated for the new model year.
The 2003 Acura MDX is a mid-size premium SUV with seating for up to five passengers and a host of optional technological amenities.
The 2002 Acura MDX is a premium SUV that seats seven passengers and comes standard with heated seats and auto climate control.
The 2001 Acura MDX is a luxury mid-size SUV that seats up to seven passengers and is loaded with high-tech features and boasts a 240 hp V6 under the hood.