Acura rarely misses when it comes to the MDX, but with strong sales throughout a pandemic-ridden 2020, the new model has large wheel tracks to fill.
However, the new 2022 MDX has another role within Acura’s line-up. Since discontinuing the RLX sedan, the three-row SUV has become the flagship of the luxury brand. Thankfully things look positive, with its bold design language and a raft of standard equipment making it stand out from the crowd.
The 2022 MDX rides on an Acura-exclusive platform, which means it no longer shares underpinnings with Honda’s Odyssey or Accord. The new MDX has a larger footprint to accommodate those flagship aspersions; it’s three inches longer than the outgoing model, with all trim levels including three rows of seats.
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