Comparing the 2019 Acura MDX vs 2019 BMW X7

September 21st, 2020 by

The 2019 Acura MDX in Sioux Falls is ready for the challenge of other luxury brands, without having to burn a hole in your wallet. Fit for any lifestyle, this Acura is prepared to accommodate and prove that it is the better option than the 2019 BMW X7.

Affordable Luxury

The general notion of the 2019 Acura MDX is that it is a luxury vehicle, but it is so much more than that. With incredible leather seats throughout the cabin along with wood accents, the MDX can hold its own when being compared to the BMW X7. We won’t deny though, that the X7 is quite impressive in its own way, but what makes the MDX stand out is the price. Having a price tag of nearly thirty thousand dollars less than the X7 ($45,295 vs. $73,900), Acura is able to provide you with everything you could want in a luxury vehicle, at a price you won’t have to cringe over.

Passenger Space and Comfort

You won’t have to worry about a couple of more passengers in the MDX, because this Acura can accommodate seven passengers including the driver. Loading and unloading is also effortless for those in the back due to the one-touch smart-slide access, while the independent climate zone and available heated seats ensure optimal comfort for all. Going into more detail about the third row, you’ll find that the luxurious aspects of the MDX didn’t stop with second-row passengers. Those in the third-row have their own seatback pockets, cupholders, and a USB charging port with the Advance Package. They’ll also be able to enjoy the view like everyone else thanks to the generous rear-quarter windows, which also aids in the driver’s visibility.

AcuraWatch™ In Every MDX

Being the first is a great thing, especially when it comes to incorporating innovative driver assistive technologies as a standard. Every MDX model has this with AcuraWatch™, which gives you confidence on the road by keeping you more aware of everything around you. A few of these features to highlight are the Collision Mitigation Braking System™, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keeping Assist. The CMBS greatly reduces the possibility of a frontal impact by utilizing a radar system and forward camera to recognize hazards. Once detected, the system can reduce the impact by using up to 80% of its full braking power. The Adaptive Cruise Control makes it possible to maintain a desired following distance even at lower speeds, and the lane keeping assist does exactly as it says; By using a camera, the MDX can identify lane divisions to keep the vehicle within its lane.

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