2015 Acura MDX Prices, Reviews and Pictures

August 29, 2016

2015 Acura MDX Prices, Reviews and Pictures

The 2015 Acura MDX seems to grow in popularity every year, and the new third-generation model is no exception. Acura engineers accentuated last year's model's positives to help design a midsize luxury SUV that is easy to love and even easier to live with. Three rows of seats makes carpooling a breeze, while increased cargo space behind the second row of seats makes carting around a weekend project's worth of gardening supplies a snap. Front-wheel-drive availability makes the 2015 Acura MDX a bit easier on the wallet, for those who don't need Acura's excellent Super Handling All-Wheel Drive. Like all Acuras, the 2015 Acura MDX is loaded with plenty of excellent, useful technology to enhance entertainment, comfort and safety in equal measures.

Now in its third generation, the 2015 Acura MDX retains all the great attributes that have made it such a winner in the showroom. This latest MDX has shed its Honda Odyssey minivan underpinnings for a new light truck chassis. Coupled with extensive use of high-strength steel sheetmetal and a lighter suspension set-up that includes separate subframes front and rear, the MDX is 275 pounds leaner overall than the model it replaced.


Attractive styling; improved fuel efficiency; room for seven; advanced technology; available all-wheel drive

The Acura MDX returns in 2015 with minimal changes, after a somewhat comprehensive redesign for 2014. Prices start below $43,000.

2015 Acura MDX Prices

TRIMStarting MSRP
2015 Acura MDX Front Wheel Drive 4-Door $42,765
2015 Acura MDX Super Handling-All Wheel Drive 4-Door $44,765
2015 Acura MDX Advance/Entertainment Package Front Wheel Drive 4-Door $54,980
2015 Acura MDX Advance/Entertainment Package Super Handling-All Wheel Drive 4-Door $56,980
2015 Acura MDX Tech Package Front Wheel Drive 4-Door $47,040
2015 Acura MDX Tech Package Super Handling-All Wheel Drive 4-Door $49,040
2015 Acura MDX Tech/Entertainment Package Front Wheel Drive 4-Door $49,040
2015 Acura MDX Tech/Entertainment Package Super Handling-All Wheel Drive 4-Door $51,040

The MDX is powered by a 3.5L V6, which is shared with the RLX sedan. It produces 290 horsepower and 267 ft-lb of torque. It comes mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and sends power to the wheels via Acura's Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) system. Front wheel drive is also available and will save prospective buyers about $2,000, should they forgo sending power to all four wheels.

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No MDX is lightly equipped. All offer 'Jewel Eye' LED headlights and speed-sensitive windshield wipers, multi-view rear camera, power tailgate, seating for seven passengers, leather seating with heated front seats, tri-zone climate control and On-Demand Multi-Use Display, an intuitive touchscreen that incorporates entertainment, information and climate controls in one easy-to-navigate place. Bluetooth hands-free connectivity with email and SMS functionality and an 8-speaker audio system with USB and iPod interface complete the standard features list. Standard safety features include a host of airbags, stability and traction control and LED daytime running lights.

2015 Acura MDX Parts and Accessories


The 2015 Acura MDX models equipped with the Technology Package add 19-inch alloy wheels, Acura Navigation, blind spot information, Forward Collision Warning and Land Departure Warning systems and a 10-speaker premium audio system with hard drive media storage. The 2015 Acura MDX with Technology and Entertainment Packages include heated second-row seating, DVD rear seat entertainment with a 9-inch screen, a 110V outlet and an upgraded premium audio system. The top-tier MDX with Advance and Entertainment Packages adds perforated Milano premium leather seating with heated and ventilated front seats, adaptive cruise control, Lane Keeping Assist, a 12-speaker audio system, a 16.2-inch rear seat DVD entertainment system and front and rear parking sensors. Collision Mitigation Braking, which is also standard on the Advance and Entertainment MDX, helps prepare the MDX and its occupants for a frontal impact by automatically tensioning the seatbelts and applying necessary brake force to reduce speeds as much as possible.