The 2017 Acura MDX Interior: Inviting and Feature-Rich
All it takes is a glance at the 2017 Acura MDX interior to understand why this continues to be such a popular choice within the luxury SUV segment. With enough space for seven, it’s an eminently suitable model for on-the-go families, yet its incredible refinement never lets it feel too utilitarian.
With the 2017 Acura MDX, luxury is the starting point rather than the destination. Even entry-level models indulge drivers with a leather-trimmed interior that offers a 10-way power driver’s seat and memory for seat, side mirror, steering-column, audio, and climate settings, plus heated seats and tri-zone automatic climate control.
From there, you’ll be able to push towards even higher standards, with available upgrades including:
- Heated and Ventilated Front Seats
- Perforated Milano Premium Leather with Contrast Piping and Stitching
- GPS-linked Climate Control
As befitting its top-tier status, the new MDX delivers a comprehensive range of convenience features, including a useful Acura Navigation System with HD Digital Traffic and Traffic Rerouting. If you want to skip Ocean City or Atlantic City gridlock, this is a feature to seek out.
You can also avail yourself of a 9-inch or extra-wide 16.2-inch Rear Entertainment System. Whether you need to take a trip down the road or travel from Egg Harbor Township across the country, you’ll get no complaints from the kids in the back.
Guests to Boardwalk Acura generally understand that the 2017 Acura MDX is going to present them with upper-class luxury, but they’re often left stunned by just how spacious and practical the interior is.
With 50/50-split third-row seatbacks and sliding 60/40-split second-row, you can carry up to seven passengers in total comfort — there’s even the option to switch the standard second-row for two Captain’s Chairs.
As you might expect, cargo space is also impressive:
- Up to 15 cubic feet behind the third row
- Up to 43.4 cubic feet behind the second row
- Up to 90.9 cubic feet behind the first row.