Luxury 2007 Acura SUV Review

The 2007 Acura SUV’s are high quality mid-size luxury SUV’s in which Acura offered new improved engine power and Acura’s Super Handling All Wheel Drive feature. Acura designed their 2007 line of SUV’s to increase their competitive value against makers such as BMW, Mercedes, and Lexus.

2007 Acura MDX

The 2007 Acura SUV offered seating for up to seven people comfortably. Buyers could purchase one of two 2007 Acura SUV models, the RDX or the MDX. The RDX was only available in one trim and was a four door all wheel drive base model while the MDX offered many customizable options.

Their price range was anywhere from $39,995 to $45,595 depending on the options included. Buyers could select from the Technology Package or Sports Packages available. The highway gas mileage for a this line of vehicles averaged 22 miles to the gallon and in the city a driver could expect to average 17 miles per gallon.

Some available options were side view heated door mirrors, tilt down turn signal indicators, dual zone front air conditioning with separate controls for rear passengers, heated seat cushions, cruise control, driver memory seating, heat seats, and Bluetooth wireless capabilities.

For the music enthusiast the MDX edition also offered MP3 capabilities, stereo mounted controls, six disc in dash CD player, XM Satellite radio and eight speakers. Standard features included gas pressurized front and rear shocks, rack and pinion steering, front and rear anti roll bars, 4 Wheel ABS brakes, stability control, traction control, driver and passenger side impact airbags, and brake assist.

The Technology Package offered many other luxury options such as power liftgate, voice activated air conditioning, heated rear seats, garage door transmitter, programmable headlights, wireless headphones, DVD and LCD monitors, and multi-source audio controls.

The Sports Package offered optional sports, adaptive or independent front suspension, ride controls, gas pressurized front shocks and speed sensing power assisted rack and pinion steering controls.

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