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Acura Announces Pricing for 2025 MDX, Starts at $52,250

by | May 28, 2024

Acura announces pricing for the 2025 MDX. Confirms that its suite of updates will come with a bigger price tag but still maintain the high level of choice that customers expect.

Acura revealed official pricing for the 2025 MDX as it prepares to ship the SUV to dealerships

When Acura first revealed the revamped 2025 MDX SUV, it said that the SUV would feature an extensive suite of revisions and updates that would help boost the level of luxury, technology, and performance that the SUV had to offer when compared to many of its flagship rivals.

The big question in the room was how much all of this improvement was going to cost customers looking to add an MDX to their garage? Acura has revealed the answer and while prices are going up for the new model year, the brand is still targeting value-focused buyers with the SUV’s pricing strategy which is key since the segment is becoming more crowded.

MDX gets reformed styling and a better interior

The interior of the MDX undergoes the most changes and benefits from a new infotainment system.

Buyers that are willing to sign on the dotted line for a base MDX will be greeted with an entry price of $52,250 which is a noticeable bump up from the outgoing model. However, that increased price comes with a reworked front fascia that’s more polished than before with the front grille and headlights being reworked to help them feel and look more polished when compared to the old model which had a more pronounced beak shape in the grille work and a clunkier designed headlights.

The biggest changes are found in the interior with the 2025 model getting a new design for the dashboard and an all-new 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system that replaces the old touchpad setup that was universally reviled by Acura customers. the new system also gets new software that not only incorporates wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities but also Google’s Built-in software for improved ergonomics and operation.

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A simplified trim ladder

Acura’s pricing ladder is focused on providing customers with value and choice

The 2025 Acura MDX is available to order now at your local Acura dealership. The Japanese luxury brand is continuing to offer a simple trim ladder for the SUV and will be offering the MDX in three flavors: MDX, A-Spec, and the range-topping Type S. We have included a pricing chart for the three trim levels which can be seen below.

  • MDX: $52,250
  • A-Spec: $62,850
  • Type S: $76,300

Performance for the 2025 MDX will also continue to reflect Acura’s attempt to provide customers performance with the base MDX and A-Spec trims getting a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V6 that makes 290 horsepower and a 10-speed automatic. The range-topping Type S gets a twin-turbocharged version of the 3.5-liter that makes 355 hp. The Type S and the A-spec get all-wheel drive standard but base model buyers have to pay an extra $1200 to get it.

A separate $5,400 technology package for the base MDX adds bigger 20-inch wheels, a 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, and more sound-deadening material. These two packages allow the base model to be a good canvas for customization and should satisfy buyers who want improved all-season capability and technology but don’t want to climb into the higher trim levels to get those things.

An EV is coming too

Acura confirmed MDX will get EV variant

Acura also confirmed that an all-electric version of the MDX is coming too. While there’s still a high level of secrecy surrounding this variant, look for it to appear in showrooms once the standard MDX lineup has a chance to become rooted into Acura’s sales web. The EV will have a smaller pool of customers than its ICE-powered cousins, but it will play a big role in Acura and Honda’s plans to sell over 800,000 EVs by the year 2030.



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