San Francisco, CA, June 21, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Acura MDX is a large, seven-seat luxury SUV that is known for its power, luxury and agile handling capability. Since its introduction in 2001; it has undergone a series of changes. The latest of these was carried out on its 2007 model, most of which has been retained for the 2008 model.
The 2008 Acura MDX is a sport utility vehicle that is built on a car platform. Equipped with a 3.7-liter, SOHC VTEC V6 24-valve engine, it has a powerful output of 300 hp and fuel economy of between 17 and 22 mpg. The 2008 Acura MDX offers a standard 5-speed automatic transmission with Sequential Sport Shift and Grade Logic Control and an All-Wheel-Drive (AWD).
Speed-sensing; body-colored tailgate spoiler; heated outside mirrors with reverse-gear tilt-down and integrated directional signals; a rear privacy glass; variable intermittent windshield wipers and integrated dual-outlet exhaust are some of the standard exterior features.
For the interiors, the 2008 Acura MDX gets LED backlit gauges; trip computer; cruise control; multi-information display; leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob; remote entry system; speed-sensitive volume control; XM Satellite Radio; 6-disc in-dash CD; Acura Premium Sound System with AM/FM tuner and MP3 player among several other luxury features.
Bestpricesacura.com has announced that the base trim of the Acura MDX is priced at $40,195. A higher model, the MDX Technology Package comes with a price tag of $ 43,695. Navigation system with voice recognition and real-time traffic; a standard surround-sound audio system and a rearview camera, premium leather upholstery and solar-sensing climate control are some of this package’s extra features.
The Sport Package is available at $ 45,795. The premium features of this trim are special wheels; an active damper system sport suspension and perforated leather trims, which are in addition to all the features available in the Technology package.
MDX with the Entertainment Package has a rear-seat DVD entertainment system; a power lift-gate; heated second-row seats, and a 115-volt power outlet. A combination of MDX with Technology and Entertainment Packages can be had for $45,895, while MDX with Sport and Entertainment Packages costs $47,995.
Several optional upgrades are available. These are some of them:
• Wood grain steering wheel –$560;
• Wood grain shift knob –$121;
• Full nose mask –$179;
• Moon-roof visor –$138;
• Side-steps –at $703;
• 19-inch sparkle silver wheels –$2,970.85 and
• 19-inch chrome-look wheels –$3,378.84.
The MSRP of these trims are exclusive of tax, license and registration charges. For more details, visit http://www.bestacuraprices.com/acura-mdx.php
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