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2017 Acura MDX Retails From $43,950

June 21, 2016

Photo of 2017 MDX courtesy of Acura.
Photo of 2017 MDX courtesy of Acura.

Acura's reworked 2017 MDX three-row luxury SUV increases its entry price by $935 to $43,950 when it goes on sale on June 22.

Acura hasn't announced pricing for the hybrid MDX that will go on sale later this year as the third hybrid Acura model along with the NSX and RLX. The MDX Sport Hybrid will use a three-motor all-wheel-drive powertrain with two electric motors providing power to the rear wheels.

The non-hybrid MDX will bring new technology offerings including the AcuraWatch safety and driver-assisting features that will be standard across the Acura lineup. The 2017 MDX adds an electric parking brake with automatic brake hold, auto high beam headlights, SiriusXM Radio, four 2.5-amp USB charging ports, and a capless fuel filler. Technology and Advance packages add bi-directional keyless remote engine start, two new 20-inch wheel and tire options, power folding side mirrors, and HD Traffic.

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