The upcoming 2007 Acura MDX crossover SUV has at last received its official pricing. The second generation version of the Japanese sporty crossover that was unveiled in New York back in April 2007 features the same Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure as the current Honda Odyssey people carrier and share its underpinning with a lower priced Honda Pilot SUV.
As it was expected, the SUV will start below $40K for the base version, which comes with leather interior, sunroof and all-wheel drive as standard.
The 2007 Acura MDX will come to dealers by October 17.
Although details are still pretty blurry, it is known that the SUV will be available in four trims, which will include such upgrades as a navigation system, rear entertainment system and even the Active Damper System that changes MDX’s handling and comfort level in different driving modes.
Oh, and the prices are as follow:
Acura MDX with Technology Package: $43,495;
same with Technology and Entertainment Package: $45,695;
same with Sport Package: $45,595;
and the 2007 Acura MDX with Sport and Entertainment Package: $45,695
And don’t forget to add to the grand total the destination and handling fee, which is set at $670 level.