Acura Raises 2025 MDX Prices, Citing Upgraded Technology

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Acura Raises 2025 MDX Prices, Citing Upgraded Technology
Acura has shared its raised pricing for 2025 MDX

Acura recently revealed the 2025 MDX in April. Now, before the updated top-tier crossover hits the dealerships, the brand has shared its pricing. Let’s look at the numbers: prices are going up by anywhere from $850 to $1,550, with an extra $100 for the destination charge, now at $1,350. Here are the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRPs) for the latest MDX after adding the destination charge, along with the differences from the 2024 model:

– Base FWD: $52,250 ($850 increase)
– Base SH-AWD: $54,450 ($850 increase)
– Technology Package FWD: $57,650 ($1,550 increase)
– Technology Package SH-AWD: $59,850 ($1,550 increase)
– A-Spec SH-AWD: $62,850 ($1,050 increase)
– Advance Package SH-AWD: $67,350 ($2,000 increase)
– A-Spec Advance SH-AWD: $69,350 (New trim)
– Type S Advance SH-AWD: $76,300 ($1,250 increase)

What’s the extra money getting you? Well, the most significant change is a new infotainment system powered by Google built-in. This means you’ll get an improved version of Google Maps and access to various apps from the Google Play store, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The center console now has a wider, shallower bin and a more accessible wireless phone charger since the touchpad interface has been replaced by a 12.3-inch touchscreen.

Acura Raises 2025 MDX Prices, Citing Upgraded Technology
Acura has shared its raised pricing for 2025 MDX

Other upgrades include a new Bang & Olufsen sound system with either 19 or 31 speakers, improved hardware for the AcuraWatch driver assistance suite, and better sound insulation and rear laminated glass in most trims. On the outside, there are subtle changes like revised lower fascias, new grille inserts, and updated taillights.

For long-time MDX fans, there are some Easter eggs too. For instance, the 2025 Advance trim now features body-colored skirting, reminiscent of the late third-gen MDX, instead of the black skirting seen on the fourth-gen models through 2024.

In terms of trims, there’s a new addition called the A-Spec with the Advance Package, which combines sporty looks with luxury and tech features like 16-way power front seats, a head-up display, and a surround-view camera. Acura has also added quilted leather seats to this trim, which used to be exclusive to the Type S.

The Type S trim now only comes with the Advance Package, which makes it $6,600 more expensive than before. The new A-Spec Advance trim is priced just below the base Type S trim from last year. The Type S Advance now comes with soft-touch Milano leather seats to set it apart from the trim below.


By Preksha Sharma

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